Sham El-Nessim is a feast celebrated by Egyptians. The word “Sham El-Nessim” is an Arabic word borrowed from Coptic “Ϭⲱⲙ ̀ⲛⲛⲓⲥⲓⲙ“. This feast always follows the Eastern Christian Easter (according to the custom of the largest Christian denomination in Egypt, The Coptic Orthodox Church). It refers to the beginning of the spring.
Nice weather, fresh air, warm sun, yes … this is the spring! Today is the first day of spring after three cold months of winter. And this is a nice chance to discover the wonderment of this season through an English poem Continue reading “Welcome Spring”
This is the 21st of March, as you know, in this day every year we celebrate the day of the woman that was the reason of our existence, and the main symbol of merciful, kindness and love; this woman is the MOTHER. Continue reading “Happy Mother’s Day”
What is Nayrouz:
1st of Tout 1732 (m) is the first day in the Coptic Calender -The head of the Coptic year- and the Copts made this day as a remembrance of the martyring of the Coptic martyrs whom dead on the hand of Diocletian. Continue reading “El-Nayrouz Feast | New Coptic Year”