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
In Antiques includes antique furniture, paintings, ceramics, books and more. Popular ancient books on archeology and history, wardrobes and dressing tables, pitchers, and Oriental paintings. When buying Antiques you need to know the date of manufacture, the name of the wizard, check the condition of the goods, and whether it is worth its price. You should see if thing podkrucheno or repaired. Usually Antiques are sold in Insa-Dong, on the market of products of ancient art Junlaphan, “flea market market” Hwanghak-Dong and in the street of antique furniture in the Itaewon area.
There are two types of traditional Korean costume “hanbok”: traditional and modernized. The last option of “hanbok,” preserves the beauty of the costume, but made easier to wear in everyday life. When buying costume “hanbok” take into account the colour, quality material and suit design. Usually in the workshops, making of “hanbok,” sew a suit from a selected client matter. Costumes “hanbok” can be bought in the markets of Dongdaemun, Kwang Jang, Namdaemun and in Insa-Dong. Markets good reasonable prices, and Insa-Dong you can buy a “hanbok” fashion design.
Korean pottery is pottery baked in a kiln at a high temperature. There are different types of Korean ceramics: “conga”, “Becca”, “bunkasai”, “Angi”, etc. Korean ceramics was admired by the Queen of England Continue reading
Japanese society is built on the basis of a rigid hierarchy: senior – Junior, boss – employee, parents – children. Therefore, respect for elders, leadership is infinite. Therefore, the Japanese never leave work before your boss. On the other hand, the Japanese are a very cohesive nation. Note that the Japanese tourists all over the world go in groups, not looking up from his. In difficult times, every resident of the Country of the rising sun considers it his duty to help the Motherland. That’s why after the earthquake and the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear power plant on a day to clean all the town came out: and the citizens, and the priests, and the police.
Rules of conduct
In Japanese society it is customary to bow to each other when meeting, in gratitude, apologies, expressions of sympathy, the goodbye. Any self-respecting Japanese person, even if he is the President of a large company, will bow in greeting. The difference in the bows between the supervisor and subordinates will be only in the degree of inclination of the body. Uvajaemie than the person, the lower bow. This is not unusual among Europeans in the handshake. Of course, you can not answer the greeting with a bow. But by doing so you can offend the interlocutor. Educated the Japanese will not show it, but to reach Continue reading