Culture of Ethiopia with beautiful tradition

Culture of Ethiopia - የኢትዮጵያ ባህል

Culture of Ethiopia : Ethiopia is a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic country in the horn of Africa. Ethiopia is truly a land of  discovery :-  brilliant and beautiful, secretive, mysterious and extraordinary. The Culture of  Ethiopia reflecting the ethnic diversity of the country and it's culture and tradition dating back more than 3,000 years.

History of Ethiopia - EPHREMTUBE

Clothing | ልብስ

Traditional cloths in Ethiopia are made from Cloth called Shemma and used to make ''Habesha lebes'', it is from cotton

Culture of Ethiopia | Ethiopian Traditional Cloth
Ethiopian Traditional Cloth

Cusine | ምግብ

Ethiopian Cusin is from various kinds of vegetables or meat side dishes and entrees.Ethiopian Traditional food does not use any pork ( it is forbidden).Ethiopian orthodox religion belivers observes '' fasts'', during this time food is prepared without any meat or dairy products.The most common traditional food in Ethiopia is Enjera with Doro Wot which is prepared from chicken stew with boiled eggs.

Culture of Ethiopia | Ethiopian Traditional Food
Culture of Ethiopia | Ethiopian Traditional Food
Culture of Ethiopia | Ethiopian Traditional Food

Ethiopian Traditional Food

Holidays | በዓላት

Date Name Remarks
September 11 Ethiopian New year ( Inqutatash)
September 27 Finding of the True Cross ( Mesqel)
October 24 End of the holy month of Ramadan ( Id al_fitr) Varies
January 7 Christmass ( Gena or Lidet)
January 10 Fest of the Sacrifice (Id al_adha) varies
January 19 Fest of Epiphany ( Timket ) Varies
April 11 Birth day of propheMuhammed ( Mewlid an Nabi) Varies
April 21 Orthodox Good fryday ( Siqlet) crucification varies
April 23 Orthodox Easter ( Fasika) varies
April 24 Easter monday -public holyday
May 1 Internatioanl Workers day( ye wezaderoch Qen)
May 5 Patriots' Day ( Arbegnoch Qen)
May 28 National Day Downfall of Dereg Regim
August 18 Buhe

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