People of Bausher hold ‘Tahloula’ event

Muscat: The people of the town of Bausher in the Wilayat of Bausher in the Governorate of Muscat holds “Tahloula” event. One of the ancient Omani cultural legacies passed down between generations.

Tahloula” usually begins after Tarawih prayers, when children in their traditional Omani costumes, accompanied by their teacher, the sheikh, who recites tahlils and glorifications, roam the alleys of the town in which they live, carrying lanterns with them, chanting glorifications and glorifications, and sheikhs or teachers of the Holy Qur’an join them in the celebration.

The celebration is accompanied by the distribution of sweets and gifts. Encouraging children to continue learning the Holy Quran and instilling Islamic values ​​in them.

It is worth noting that the original “Tahloula” event is to be held in the first ten days of the month of Dhul-Hijjah, and this idea was adopted and applied in the month of Ramadan due to the presence of praise, praise, and remembrance of God Almighty, and it is held on the 14th of Ramadan every year; To honor the holy month and spread Islamic values ​​and principles in it.

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