The cultures and traditions – love inside the Kurdistan

Kurds are the relatives of each one of the individuals who settled in Kurdistan generally, not of any one specific gathering.

Kurdish lady / February 08, 2017 0

Kurdish legacy is established in one of the world's most seasoned societies. The most punctual known confirmation of a brought together and unmistakable culture (and, potentially, ethnicity) of the tenants of the Kurdish mountains goes back to the Halaf culture of 5400 - 6000 B.C. This was taken after which was an outside presentation from Mesopotamia.

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Who are Kurds?

Kurds see themselves as Indo-European relatives of the Guti, Hattians, Kassites, Mitanni, Mannai, Urartu, and Mushku bunches. These people groups shared a typical personality and talked one dialect or firmly related dialects or lingos. As indicated by the Encyclopedia Kurdistanica, Kurds are the relatives of each one of the individuals who settled in Kurdistan generally, not of any one specific gathering. Those progenitors incorporate the Guti (Kurti), Mede, Mard, Carducci (Gordyaei), Adiabene, Zila, and Khaldi.

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This legacy has been liable to treacheries, disregard, and restraint, or has been obscured by different societies. Essential parts of the Kurds' unique social legacy have disappeared or have been wrecked. There are various cases of how significant or crucial Kurdish physical legacy has been imperiled or pulverized, for example, the risk postured by the Illusi Dam in Turkey, where the antiquated Kurdish city of Hasankeyf could soon be destroyed by water.

 

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Our key days in history

21st March: Nawroz, Kurdish New Year celebrated on the spring equinox. 5th March 1991: Uprising against Saddam Hussein's regime, this began in the town of Rania.  14th March 1903: Birthday of Mustafa Barzani, leader of Kurdistan's national democratic movement.  16th March 1988: Halabja Day, commemoration of the chemical weapons bombardment on the city Halabja. 4th April: Commemoration of the Anfal genocide campaign against the Kurds.

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What we love to celebrate

Weekends: (Friday or Saturday)   1st January: New Year's Day 6th January: Army day 24th January: Mouloud (Prophet Mohammad's Birthday) 5th March: Uprising Day (liberation of Ranya City) 11th March: Liberation of Erbil City  14th March: Mustafa Barzani's Birthday 21st March: Nawroz Kurdish New Year (spring equinox) 9th April: Baghdad Liberation Day 1st May: Labour Day 14th July: Republic Day  7th - 9th July : Eid-al-Fits Feast (End of Ramadan. Estimated; according to lunar calendar)* 14th - 17th September : Eid al-Qurban Feast*  (according to Islamic calendar) 4th November: Muharram (Islamic New Year)*13th November: Ashura* (according to Islamic calendar) 25th December: Christmas Day

 

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