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Честита Баба Марта  to all my friends. /Happy grandmother Marta/ –  This is an old pagan tradition that remains almost unchanged today.  Bulgarians exchange and wear white and red tassels. The common belief is that by wearing the red and white colours of the martenitsa people ask Baba Marta for mercy.

As Baba Marta is a very popular Bulgarian tradition, everyone does it. One may regard it as a symbol.

(Pizho and Penda) Baba Marta: Martenitsa. - to welcome the spring. . While white as a color symbolizes purity, red is a symbol of life and passion, thus some ethnologists have proposed that, in its very origins, the custom might have reminded people of the constant cycle of life and death, the balance of good and evil, and of the sorrow and happiness in human life. my-townn-n-stuff

Pizho and Penda, Baba Marta, martenitsa: to welcome the Spring. While white symbolizes purity, red is a symbol of life, fertility and happiness.

Bulgaria: Baba Marta Day

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The wreath "Baba Marta"

Wreath “Baba Marta” – A Strange Project

Пижо и Пенда- българска мартеница/ Pizho & Penda Bulgarian Martenitsa

Martenitsa - unique symbol of love and well-being

Пижо и Пенда- българска мартеница/ Pizho & Penda Bulgarian Martenitsa

Martisor - a small piece of adornment, made of white and red yarn and worn from March 1

An old bulgarian tradition - the Martenitsa. Each March Bulgarians exchange these small decorations which symbolize the wish for good health, luck and happiness.

Sibir.bg - Тема "мартеничките"

Sibir.bg - Тема "мартеничките"

Handmade Martenitsa  Bracelet   Bulgarian by IvasArtHouse on Etsy

Handmade Martenitsa Bracelet Bulgarian by IvasArtHouse on Etsy

Sibir.bg - Тема "мартеничките"

Sibir.bg - Тема "мартеничките"

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