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Nowruz
Nowruz is an old Festival in Muslim people. In Chinese Xinjiang Region, the minority people who believe in Islam celebrate this festival. Nowruz came from ancient Iranian language, means a day of spring rain, similar to Chinese spring equinox. The festival is on 22nd of March. On this day, people make Nowruz rice using leftover foods and condiments. After the day, busy ploughing is beginning.

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Eid al-Adha
Eid al-Adha is a common festival of Hui, Uyghur, Uzbek, Tajik, Tatar, Khalkhas, Salar, Dongxiang, Baoan Nationalities. It is on 10th December of Islamic calendar, a day of animal offering. Every household cleans house and makes pastry, enjoy horse racing and wrestling.

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Id Al-fitr
Id Al-fitr is another common festival of Uyghur, Uzbek, Tajik, Tatar, Khalkhas, Salar, Dongxiang, Baoan Nationalities, especially spring festival holiday of Chinese Hui Nationality. In Islamic calendar, September is considered as Ramadan, which lasts for 29 days or 30 days until the beginning of October. So, Id Al-fitr is in the beginning of October. This day. People clean their houses, wear beautiful clothes, and take shower, to celebrate it. Lovers tend to prefer choosing this day as their wedding day.

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Kashgar Tour Packages

Kashgar Tour Guide

Xinjiang Exploration in May

April is almost passed with abundant rainfall in most of China, while May is coming in a week. We always consider May a preferable...

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Kashgar: Explore the ancient and mystical Southern Xinjiang (2)

Kashgar Ancient TownKashgar Ancient Town is a must-visit place when you traveling to Kashgar. It is said that the oldest house in the...

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Kashgar: Explore the ancient and mystical Southern Xinjiang (1)

It is said that if you have a trip to Xinjiang but not Kashgar, it means that you have not actually been to Xinjiang. Kashgar is the...

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