Bulgarian Folk Customs
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1. sij 1998. - Broj stranica: 264
The development and preservation of folk customs is extremely important in sustaining a community and promoting the welfare of the individual within it. These customs fulfil many social and personal needs, strengthening the family, educating and celebrating.
Što ljudi govore - Napišite recenziju
Na uobičajenim mjestima nismo pronašli nikakve recenzije.
List of figures
A summary of Bulgarian history
Traditional Bulgarian society
Bulgarian folk costumes
List of Figures
Folk music and instruments
Food and folk ritual
Birth and childhood
animals apron Baba Marta Babinden baby baked banitsa believed blessing boiled bread bride bridegroom buried celebrated century ceremony chemise child church clothes coin costumes customary dance the horo dead deceased decorated dever Dirty Days dishes districts Dobrudzha dressed Easter evil feast festival fields fire fire-dancing flowers fruit tree garments Gergyovden gifts girls grain grave greenery guests harvest holiday honey horo ikons kerchief known koledari kukeri kurban Kyustendil lamb lazarki loaf loaves Macedonia magical marriage married martenitsi midwife milk mother neighbours nestinarstvo oxen parents peperuda performed person Perun Petrovden pieces Pirin posy Proto-Bulgars rakiya red eggs red thread region relatives Rhodopes ritual round rusalii sedyanka sheep shirt sieve singing Slavs Sofia region sometimes songs St George's Day symbolic taboos thought Thracians traditional usually vampire village wash wedding western Bulgaria wine woman women young zmey