Enkutatash

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Ƙasa Habasha da Eritrea

Enkutatash (Ge'ez: እንቁጣጣሽ) biki ne na jama'a a daidai lokacin sabuwar shekara a Habasha da Eritrea. Yana faruwa ne a ranar 1 ga Meskerem a kalandar Habasha, wato ranar 11 ga Satumba (ko kuma, a cikin shekarar tsalle, 12 ga Satumba) bisa ga kalandar Gregorian.

Kulawa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Wannan biki ya dogara ne akan kalandar Habasha. Sabuwar Shekarar Habasha/Eritrea ce.

Ana gudanar da gagarumin bukukuwa a fadin kasar, musamman ma a cocin Ragual dake tsaunin Entoto.[1]

A cewar InCultureParent, "bayan halartar coci da safe, iyalai suna taruwa don raba abinci na gargajiya na injera (gurasa mai lebur) da wat (miya). Daga baya, 'yan mata suna ba da sababbin tufafi, suna tattara daisies kuma suna ba da abokai tare da bouquet. , rera waƙoƙin sabuwar shekara."[2] A cewar hukumar kula da yawon bude ido ta Habasha, "Enkutatash ba biki ba ne na addini kadai. Enkutatash na zamani kuma lokaci ne na musayar gaisuwa da katunan sabuwar shekara a tsakanin manyan biranen birni - maimakon fulawa na gargajiya."[3]

An fara kidayar shekarun Habasha a shekara ta 8 na zamanin gama-gari. Wannan shi ne saboda zamanin gama gari ya biyo bayan lissafin Dionysius, limami na ƙarni na 6, yayin da ƙasashen da ba na Chalcedonia ba suka ci gaba da yin amfani da lissafin Annius, zufa na ƙarni na 5, wanda ya sanya shelar Almasihu daidai shekaru 8 bayan haka. Don haka, a ranar Enkutatash na shekara ta 2016 na kalandar Miladiyya, ya zama 2009 a kalandar Habasha.

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. "Time and dates in Ithiopia [sic]". Rasta Ites. Archived from the original on 1 January 2014. Retrieved 29 October 2013.
  2. "Enkutatash (Ethiopian New Year): September 11". InCultureParent. 7 September 2012. Archived from the original on 31 May 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2013.
  3. Ethiopian Tourism Commission (16 November 2002). "Ethiopian Festivals". Archived from the original on 17 May 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2013.