He told that the holiday marks the end of harvesting. Traditionally, a special pavilion is decorated with carpets, fruit and vegetables. Children prepare performances and get presents. In addition, on this day poor people were given various agricultural products as a present.
This year’s festival will be attended by about 80 people, according to Mr. Ormeli.
“We think that an ancient kenassa (house of worship) is located there, and it is a shrine that should be visited as often as possible,” he stressed.
Susana Üseyin – Aliye Bekir