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Figen Değer

on 16 August 2014

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It celebrates the arrival of spring and is a religious holiday.
Catholics also celebrate this day as
''St. George's Day.''
What does 'Hızır' d0?
Ceremonies and Rituals
It is believed that all the wishes come true on Hıdırellez. If one wishes to have more properties, s/he makes a small rough model of it onto the ground in the garden .

Or the wishes or prayers are written on a piece of paper and thrown at a river or sea nearby.
One important ritual practice for seeking health and cure is the ritual of jumping over the fire. That fire is called Hıdırellez fire; it is believed that all illnesses or diseases will be stay away.
Hıdırellez!! :)
Hızır symbolizes the refreshment of the life by arrival of spring.
He helps the people in need.
He brings wealth and
He heals the people.
Winter symbolizes death; spring symbolizes revival or regeneration of life. Time for the days full of hope, health, happiness and success comes.
The indoor of the houses and the outdoor places as gardens are supposed to be clean, because Hızır is expected to visit the houses on that day.
Hıdrellez ceremonies are held
in the countryside near the cities, towns or villages.
On that day, meals cooked by lamb meat are traditionally feasted.
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