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Velta Skolmeistare, head of the information center of Latvia's Roman Catholic Church, told LETA that believers already participated in Holy Masses and prayers of the Rosary in the morning and now the square in front of Aglona Basilica is filling up with people arriving for the main service of the Assumption festivity.
This year's theme is 'Celebrating Culture as an Identity, Uniting People through Festivity.'
On the same day and on the following day, they visited parks and picnic spots to enjoy festivity with family and kids.
He said other groups in Malaysia are most welcome to join the Dayaks in the celebration, but they must not use this cultural festivity and turn it into political activities and a gimmick to further split the Dayaks.
Kids associate Ramadan with Garangao, which is a yearly festivity held in the middle of the holy month.
ISLAMABAD -- With the advent of spring, a few kites hovering over the sky here and there reminds one of Basant festivity which people used to celebrate not very long ago.
Children associate Ramadan with the Garangao, which is an annual festivity held in the mid of the Holy Month.
LAHORE -- Punjab Information Minister Fayazul Hassan Chohan on Friday said whatever the high court's ruling would be regarding celebration of Basant festivity, he would accept it, media reported.
Damascus, SANA_ The 1st edition of the "Syrian Plastic Art Days" festivity, which kicked off at Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts on Wednesday evening, aims at providing a panoramic vision on the state of contemporary plastic art in Syria.
Contract notice: extraordinary lighting for christmas and kings parties, carnival, feast of all saints and festivity of our lady of palma
class="MsoNormalRelationships are the essence of celebrating any festivity and Raksha Bandhan not only brings back an emotional bond of love between siblings, but also very subtly unites families and the community at large with its message of harmony and peaceful coexistence.
KUWAIT, May 31 (KUNA) -- While many children of the world eagerly await for Halloween each year to wear their elaborate costumes and go trick-or-treating, their peers in Kuwait and most of the eastern parts of the Gulf region have their own version through Ramadan's 'Girgai'an' festivity. Though both custom might seem similar on the surface, Girgai'an is more connected with the religious spirit of the Holy Month of Ramadan when Muslims fast from dawn until dusk.