Traditionally, on the 14th night of Ramadan, a children’s celebration called Garangao takes place across the Gulf. Children dress up in traditional clothes, sing the Garangao song and their neighbours give them sweets and nuts. Last night, I attended a corporate Garangao event.
Ramadan is such a great time for expats and non-Muslims to get to know about local culture.
Have any of you celebrated Garangao? What was your favourite part?
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