Martenitsa (Bulgarian: мартеница /ˈmar.tɛ.ni.ʦa/, plural мартеници, martenitsi) is a small piece of adornment, made of white and red yarn and worn from March 1 until around the end of March (or the first time an individual sees a stork, swallow or budding tree). The name of the holiday is Baba Marta. "Baba" (баба) is the Bulgarian word for "grandmother" and Mart (март) is the Bulgarian word for the month of March. Baba Marta is a Bulgarian tradition related to welcoming the upcoming spring…
Mărțișor Today is March 1. On this day in Moldova people caught on chest Mărțișor – a March amulet – as a symbol of all that renews and symbol of love. Today Mărțișors are made of white…
La Multi Ani De 8 Martie
Poza La Multi Ani de 8 Martie - La Multi Ani de 8 MartieCa un bobocel de floareSa traiesti in sarbatoareCa o floare infloritaSa te simti mereu iubitaCa un fir de iarba finaSa fii scaldata in luminaCa o gingasa orhideeSa ramai mereu femeie.. Aceasta poza haioasa poate fi gasita pe copiisimamici.ro cautand la multi ani de 8 martie, 8 martie, mesaje de la multi ani de 8 martie, floare, sarbatoare, femeie, orhidee, la multi ani, gingasa, iarba Poze Haioase
Iubita mea m-a certat astăzi că nu i-am dăruit niciun mărţişor ca să se bucure şi ea de primăvara promisă… O, tu, cea care eşti firul neprihănit al tainei din viaţa mea îngemănat cu cel roşu …
Traditions around the world: Romanian Martisor
The first memory I have about the "Martisor" is from a very young age, 4 years old maybe. I remember my grandmother giving me this beautiful tiny glass squire, brown, with a white nose and two small round black bubbles as eyes. It was tied with a white and red string, and the fascinating thing about it was that you couldn't wear it on your blouse because it had no needle, same as the other "Martisoare".