Wedding traditions around the world (17 photos) – the Most interesting facts. Interesting facts. All the fun in the world
We have repeatedly talked about the wedding traditions of different countries of the world in category all about love . But this time I’ll show you the most integral traditions of different peoples of the world in this wonderful event.
1. A Pakistani wedding.
A few days before the wedding the Pakistani bride’s hands are decorated with henna designs. This is done specially, for the mehndi ceremony, rite, which according to legends was supposed to bring luck in his future family.
Korean bride and groom in traditional wedding attire. Two thousand years later there is a wedding custom according to which newlyweds in Korea dressed in hanbok, traditional Korean costume of bright colors and simple lines.
Moroccan brides usually wear ornate caftans and lots of jewelry. In Morocco the bride and all the women invited to the wedding, decorate hands with henna designs.
4. A Scottish wedding.
All men are invited to the wedding ceremony, wearing a traditional Scottish highland dress: kilts of wool plaid fabric – tartan, jackets and long socks.
5. The wedding is a Yoruba (Nigeria ).
During the wedding ceremony of Yoruba, before driving the bride, hidden under a veil, the groom and his friends prostrate themselves before members of the family Continue reading
Before the wedding, at the groom’s house is held a ceremony of thanksgiving, during which after all of the groom’s family will taste the treats at the holiday table, the groom kneels, folds hands, bows and says thanks to her parents.
After that, accompanied by “Wuxi”, the groom goes to the bride’s house to go through the tradition of her redemption, which for some reason many believe the original Russian. Actually the custom of redemption existed in Korea since ancient times.
The first meet the groom’s brothers, sisters, and bridesmaids, which will definitely bestow gifts, and those who are younger – sweets. Only after that the groom will be able to get into the house and easily walk to the bride’s room, where he will have to pay more serious ransom for the chance to see his darling. The size of the ransom depends on the skills of the “Wuxi” if he has the eloquence and be able to praise the groom, he may allow to pass to the bride for free.
There is another way to compete for a bride. For this groom can engage in a playful battle with his elder brother of his sweetheart. It looks pretty fun, and positive mood from this action are guaranteed to all others.
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South Korea cannot be called a state with a long tradition of winemaking. The people of this country prefer to consume stronger drinks or beer. And yet, the wine industry every year more and more interested in local producers.
In this regard, the country has been quite often to organize various events, devoted to wine production. There are even wine tours, which offer visitors access to museums and galleries. Such a place exists in the city of Sacheon. This place is located in the underground tunnel. There you can not only taste and buy local wine, but also to admire the unusual sculptures, made of empty wine containers.
In the district Yondon in early October every year wine festivals. Close to where you hold events, is a fairly large wine company – WineKoreaInc. These celebrations are held on a large scale. The entertainment program also includes a wine auction, where anyone can buy a drink of local production.
Although the wine is not popular in South Korea, but on her site it always did. About it you can find mention in ancient documents.
Wine making in Korea, only vaguely reminiscent of the classic. But this does not mean Continue reading