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1 Martie 2010 (Nx Power Lite)

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  • “Martisor 'is the popular name of March, the vernal equinox months and New Year Agrarian dedicated to the god Mars. The official name of March of influence, over the past decades, widespread name of the holiday which falls on March 1, Trinket, in preference to other older names that Dochia or Dragobete. All of this name is designated gift consists of a rope bicolora (white and red) which is hanging a decorative object, provided by March 1. in the way of its production, it you Dochiei tradition. The 2 wire twisted white and red, which is made cord, symbolizes the winter and summer and is the 'rope of', which blended the days of 2 seasons. Martisor a scenario is a sequence of time and ritual renewal of spring, birth and death Dochiei symbolic. By some traditions, the thread Martisorului - cord 365 or 366 days - would be spun by Baba Dochia while climbing the mountain sheep.

    In the late nineteenth century, in Moldavia, Muntenia and Dobrogea was Martisor gave children by parents, on the morning of March 1, before sunrise. It would catch a coin, usually of silver, and wear hand and then tied around the neck or chest caught. The aim is that those wearing the Trinket that you wear to be lucky all year long, healthy and clean as silver. This Trinket is held 12 days, sometimes up to the first tree flourished, which would catch, or until the arrival of storks. In many parts of the country, particularly in the Muntenia Martisor and is worn by young girls and wives. By the end of March, they take Martisorului rope and put it on the roses and give money through wine, white bread and cas to have a white face as bread and curd and Rumen as the rose and wine as it says 'who wears amulets / no May is tawny. From Romanian and Macedo Martisorului custom was taken over by other peoples in Central and Southeastern Europe.


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  • 1. 28.02.10 06:53 PM 1 MARTIE 2010 Corina Chiriac Martisor-Printisor click
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  • 22. Martisor” este denumirea populara a lunii martie, luna echinoctiului de primavara si a Anului Nou Agrar, dedicata zeului Marte. Numele oficial al lunii martie a influentat, in ultimele decenii, generalizarea denumirii sarbatorii care cade la 1 martie, Martisor, in defavoarea altor denumiri mai vechi ca Dochia sau Dragobetele. Tot cu acest nume mai este desemnat cadoul format dintr-o funie bicolora (alb si rosu), de care este agatat un obiect decorativ, oferit de 1 martie. in ce priveste modul de confectionare al acestuia, acesta tine de traditia Dochiei. Cele 2 fire rasucite, alb si rosu, din care este confectionat snurul, simbolizeaza iarna si vara si reprezinta „funia anului”, care impletea zilele celor 2 anotimpuri. Martisorul este o secventa a unui scenariu ritual de innoire a timpului si anului primavara, la nasterea si moartea simbolica a Dochiei. Dupa unele traditii, firul martisorului – funie de 365 sau 366 zile – ar fi fost tors de Baba Dochia in timp ce urca cu oile la munte.
  • 23. La sfârsitul secolului al XIX-lea, in Moldova, Muntenia si Dobrogea, martisorul era daruit copiilor de catre parinti, in dimineata zilei de 1 martie, inainte de rasaritul soarelui. De acesta se agata o moneda metalica, de obicei din argint, si se purta legat la mâna iar ulterior la gât sau prins in piept. Scopul purtarii acestui martisor este ca cei care-l poarta sa fie norocosi in timpul anului, sanatosi si curati ca argintul. Acest martisor este purtat 12 zile, alteori pâna la vederea primului pom inflorit, de care se agata, sau pâna la sosirea berzelor. In multe parti ale tarii, indeosebi in Muntenia, martisorul este purtat si de catre fetele tinere si neveste. Catre sfârsitul lunii martie, ele iau funia martisorului si o pun pe trandafiri iar moneda o dau prin vin, pâine alba si cas pentru a avea fata alba ca pâinea si casul si rumena ca trandafirul si vinul intrucât se spune ca „cine poarta martisoare/ nu mai e pârlit de soare”. De la români si aromâni obiceiul martisorului a fost preluat si de alte popoare din centrul si sud-estul Europei.
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