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Baba marta

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An old bulgarian tradition - the Martenitsa. Each  March bulgarians exchange these small decorations which symbolize the wish for good health.

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…

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Baba Marta: Slavic Goddess of the Liminality of March | amor et mortem

In South Slavic folk belief, the month of March is personified as a goddess named Baba Marta (“Old Woman March”). The erratic weather patterns typical of this month are ascribed to the goddess’ see…

10-piece Set Martenitsi Martenitsa Baba Marta Friendship - Etsy

This is a white-red bracelet. Martenica are beautiful bulgarian custom for health and prosperity. Theytie up on 1-st of march to all your family and friends with wishes for health. Way for fastening-they tie up and this is very important, when you tie up to a friend, he wishes himself something special 10-Piece Set Handmade and ready to ship! Thank you for visiting my shop and have a nice day or night 😊