Feast of Ramadan in Turkey

6/16/2017

Feast of Ramadan or Sugar Feast

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Ramadan is holy month for muslims and its good to understand poor people and how to learn control desires in ramadan.After finish ramadan muslims celebrate feast of ramadan.I will write about feast of ramadan rituals ,how we prepare for it,what is special for that day what we do in feast of ramadan.

How Prepare for Ramadan Feast

My mother prepare for that dat a week ago.She clean all of home and every part.Actually she always clean but ramadan feast is more special.After clean home she cook some special foods for guests.
Especially baklava and stuffed grape leaves.People but new clothes
for feast especially parents buy for kids.People buy bus ticket and reservation hotels a month ago because its hard to find them.
If do not go somewhere must buy sugars for kids and its explain why people call it sugar fest because childrens visit all home and take sugar.It can be strange to visit foreign houses but its traditions.
When I was child I did it many times and ate all of sugar in a day.

What Turkish do in Feast of Ramadan

feast of ramadan
Actually ramadan feast start on Arife which a day before feast.
Because holiday start on Arife so if people visit another city they start on travel.



  • Get up early wear new clothes and go to mosque for feast pray.Day start with pray and everybody celebrate each other after pray in mosque
  • When come back to home celebrate family and kiss older persons hands and take your baksheesh.Its tradition older people give money for little kids and making happy them.
  • Family breakfast than visit relatives ,if they live far call them phone and celebrate them.
  • Little childrens visit many houses and take sugars or Turkish delight,some olders give money too.
  • Granfathers and grandmothers wait visitors and they feel so happy when someone visit them.
Muslims celebrate feast of ramadan during 3 days,after end of the feastcontinue their life with peace until festival of sacrifices.

How does Ramadan Feast affect toursits ?

Actually it can be good for foreign toursits in İstanbul because people going for hometowns for to visit relatives .There are no traffic and crowded in Istanbul.But cant say same thing for Antalya and another toutistical places because domastic toursits visit there but this year ramadan feast holiday not much because efast day is sunday and feast will finish wednesday.I think that efast will not affect foreign toursits.I am planing to visit Istanbul too and good time for to go there.

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6/17/2017 delete

Wonderful to learn about your culture.

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6/17/2017 delete

Thanks for sharing this information, I also have same culture during holy month Ramadan.
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6/17/2017 delete

It was fantastic to read about Ramadan - I know a few people who are fasting at the moment so it was great to read about your experiences

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6/17/2017 delete

Great post. I have learnt a couple of things. Thanks

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6/17/2017 delete

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6/17/2017 delete

Thank you for sharing. I have learned a bit more about your culture!

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6/17/2017 delete

Thats super interesting to read about your culture and so eye opening! I would love to visit while Ramadan! Hopefully one day

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6/17/2017 delete

Informative post and lovely to learn a few things ❤

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6/17/2017 delete

This a great post especially nowadays when people are acting ignorant of other people's cultures. It's important to understand one another just so we can all be a little more compassionate and accommodating

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6/17/2017 delete

Thanks for sharing this great information for us to know.. Keep it up..

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6/17/2017 delete

Super interesting article! I have a lot of friends that participate in Ramadan, but I've never known much about it. Thanks for sharing.

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6/18/2017 delete

I love learning about other cultures and I've never heard exactly what people do to celebrate Ramadan so thank you!

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6/18/2017 delete

Thank you for sharing, it is always good to learn about different cultures. I enjoyed reading.

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6/18/2017 delete

Very interesting!

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6/18/2017 delete

I did not know that people clean their homes for Ramadan and then enjoy a feast. That is similar to what Jewish people do to prepare for their Passover feast.

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6/18/2017 delete

Wonderful, loved reading your article. We spend a lot of time in Fiji (South Pacific) and Ramadan is celebrated here also. Great to have insight knowledge and understand what a special time it is. Thank you

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6/18/2017 delete

Good to know more about your culture.

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6/18/2017 delete

Interesting to learn more about such an important part of your culture.

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6/18/2017 delete

It was so good to read about Ramadan, got to know a lot about it! Heard a lot about the special feast, but I never knew it holds such holy values.

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6/18/2017 delete

Nice to learn about a detailed description of your festival.I love ramadan biryani which we get here in India.

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6/19/2017 delete

Great read. I'm Muslim so I know about the tradition, but still nice reminders.

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6/19/2017 delete

very interesting. I did no know any of this :)

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