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he Culture and Nature of Communication in Kurdish

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    Posted: 09-Sep-2014 at 06:02
Tea and Hospitality as Two Prime Examples.

The word “culture” refers to certain lifestyles, traditions, behaviors, family and social principles that members of a community learn through training and teaching which are then implemented and practiced in their lives and taught to future generations.

Drinking tea directly after each meal in Kurdish culture, for example, is a habit that came from our ancestors. If you happen to see a Kurdish person suffering from headache and hunger, invite them to a restaurant where Kebab is served and offer them a cup of tea. They will not forget the favour for the rest of their lives.

When we are introduced to a foreigner, we would like to shake hands and converse warmly. After being away from family, a relative or friend for a month or two, we kiss each other's faces and hug tightly when we meet. These two instances tell us that culture is based on values-human values.

The nature of Kurdish society is incredibly diverse. One can find different religious groups, varied political beliefs and political parties; various cultural conventions and habits, a range of family ceremonies and celebrations; a variety of kinds of music, national dances and festivals.

Edited by kamaran - 09-Sep-2014 at 06:03
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