Condolences. - continue reading ....
 
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which lasts 29 or 30 days. It is the Islamic holy month of fasting, Kuwaiti's use the following phrases to exchange Ramadan greetings. - continue reading ....
 
Kuwaiti tradition, where they keep the bride out of people's sight during engagement and especially when the wedding day comes closer, while in the past a girl "tetkhafar" during puberty and would - continue reading ....
 
Eid Al-Fiter, the festival of breaking the fast, which celebrates the end of Ramadan on the first day of Shawwal of the Islamic calander. After Eid prayer which is in early hours of the morning, h - continue reading ....
 
A meal between Futoor and Suhor. Friends and family members usually gather for a Ghabga feast where a variety of food is served. - continue reading ....
 
Gergi'an is a special occasion where children celebrate on the night of 13th, 14th & 15th of Ramadan by wearing traditional clothes, hoist a bag for treats and take off after sunset (after Maghrib - continue reading ....
 
Ramdan cannon, which is a traditional way to announce the time of fast breaking for the Muslims at dusk, it first started in Egypt then and spread later to some Arab countries. - continue reading ....
 
Potluck done on the last days before the month of Ramadan. women usually gather in the house of the eldest member of the family bringing with them delicious homemade traditional dishes to celebrate - continue reading ....
 
An expression to alert the person to use his right hand*, as it is unfavorable to use the left hand. - continue reading ....