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Weekdays in Bahrain Road to hell and back, National Museum, Most Mosque and First Hijab

Weekdays in Bahrain: the road to hell and back, the National Museum, the main mosque and the first hijab

Therefore, in the National Museum, which is three kilometers from the house, we decided to go on foot. Woke up early, put the handkerchiefs, took cameras and went.

The bear stayed at home, promised to cook lunch and join us later:

Shawls were put on solely to protect against the sun, no religious appeal. In Bahrain, everyone does not care, covered your head or not, especially if you are a girl from the west.

The National Museum caused interest due to the uniqueness of its exposition.

Immediately at the entrance map where you can see how much the island has increased due to artificial embankments in the last fifty years:

One of the halls is the imitation of the ancient burial mounds, which are in a huge number of crushes in the desert. One of the versions says that the territory of modern Bahrain at one time was the tomb of Persians, but the stand in the museum claims that he was buried here, mostly the local population, and not traveling wanderers:

The following hall – the life and traditions of Bahrain. Photos from the stands dated the second half of the twentieth century. Mannequins are dressed in traditional costumes of an earlier period. And what we see? And the fact that women are dressed in bright, embroidered clothes, black color is not in favor, the eye is rejoicing abundance of paints. The traditional costume of this country is very reminded that we have already seen in India:

It seems that the more rigorous version of the female equipment of Arabia on the territory of Industan was subsequently transformed into a rather frank and feminine sari. By the way, in "Traveling Afanasius Nikitin for the three seas" is mentioned that in India, even in the time of Mughal, women went nagi and the abluchet, that is, nobody, even a pregnant female body was not shy! ". And in the country of that hot and people there are blacks and naked, and women are all completely bang. " It seems that Islam, who came with a sword and blood, made an Indian woman wrap in a five-meter fabric, and the Arab dressed in a black bag. So, what is "hijab" in Muslim culture? It’s time to figure it out.

Hijab is a form of women’s clothing that complies with Sharia standards. This is a long, stressful robe that covers the female bends from the head to the legs, leaving only the brushes of the hands and face unfit only. The Quran says: "Tell the believers, so that they give their eyes and defeated their genitals. Let them not expose their own places of their beautiful, with the exception of those who are visible, and let them cover her bedspreads on the chest and do not show their beauties to anyone except their husbands, or their fathers, or their mother-in-law, or their sons, or sons of their husbands , or your brothers, or sons of their brothers, or sons of their sisters, or their women, or slave, who traveled their guards, or servants from among men deprived of lusts, or children who have not comprehected the nudity of women; And let them not knock their feet, letting know about the jewelry they hide. O believe! Contact Allah with repentance all together – perhaps you will succeed ". (Sura 24 "Light", Ayat 31)

It turns out that women of the Quality period could afford quite natural, frank outfits and decorations. By the way, in the same India, the bells on the legs are still. There is both sacral value and quite practical: in hot razhastanan, for example, the ringing of the bubber woman warns the snakes that the state ends, about his appearance and thus scares them.

Thus, Islam imposes taboos on any attraction of attention to the body of a woman, closing all of its charms. Why? The main reason is that it should protect the man, Orthodox Muslim, from temptation and send his eyes exclusively to God. Woman, according to the Qur’an, although it is an equal man, but personifies the essence of the temptation. However, if the Muslim will be sufficiently pious and restrained in this life, he is prepared direct road to the paradise, where beautiful Gurias are already expecting, ready to glorify any desire of the flight.

Weekdays in Bahrain Road to hell and back, National Museum, Most Mosque and First Hijab

As for the woman, the scholars from Islam claim that any woman who reached Paradise will be more beautiful than any of the paradise Guri and that each, according to request, according to the needs, prepared in paradise the best husband for ever. Here is such a story. In the Quran, nothing states that it is necessary to cover the hair, but in all Islamic cultures it has become a prerequisite.

Hijab is incomplete, and it happens complete. Here is his elements. Nikab – a headdress with a slot for the eyes, covering the face and the neck of the woman completely. The main color of this head island – black, other options we did not meet. This version of Hijab is distributed in Arab countries, especially in Saudi Arabia, Yemen, UAE.

Chadra – a long and wide piece of fabric that covers the whole body of a woman from head to toe. Most often found in the black version, but in religious rites use a wide variety of colors. Under Chado, a handkerchief is obligatory, which in Arab countries is also called Hijab, and in Iran, Rusari is already, if it is a triangular shape, and shawl, if any other. Farce Chadra sounds like "Fader".

Abaya is a long female dress, most often black, in the floor, with wide sleeves. It happens fit, it happens with embroidery, with a variety of inserts of fabrics of lighter tones. Dress up with a handkerchief with a hijab, Nikab, Chado, and sometimes all together. Worn in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, UAE and other Arab countries. If a woman is dressed in Abya, Hijab, Nikab, Chadru and also in the gloves, then this is called "Full Hijab". The Quran does not require such a body concealment, but they require many modern priests in separately taken Muslim countries.

Barring and Burk – these are the most real bags. They completely hide the female body, not leaving the observer anything of his signs. Parandja is such a naux and free robe without sleeves, stitched together. Burk – the same, just not always in the floor, often to the belt. Instead of a slot for the eyes of the Burka and the lament of the grid. This type of women’s clothing is characteristic of Afghanistan and partly for Pakistan. As an illustration – Video clip of authentic female Afghan rock band. To your attention a hit of our project, a masterpiece called "Burka Blue". Girls harness at their own risk: if the government finds out about who is hiding under Chad, they may threaten the death penalty.

We left the museum in the most sun. Outside, too, it turned out to be interesting:

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