Instead, wreaths and garlands on the doors of the houses wished good luck.
The purity of the celebration has weakened over the centuries but came to this day thanks to the tradition preserved in the city of Elbasan.
The oldest woman of the house remains awake at night and goes from room to room to put down grass on the cushions of couples, young people and children, a ritual that symbolizes the regeneration and quickening.
On the morning of 14 March, the elderly leave the door open as a sign of generosity, a pitcher filled with fresh water and take home a clump of green grass.
The youngest fertilizes the orange and olive trees, but the smaller ones are the first to make the "lucky" visits to neighbors and relatives who give them turkey legs, dried figs and nuts.
Finally lunch on 14 March, should be eaten outdoors in the company of friends and relatives. Bangladesh celebrates Spring day on 13 February as the first of the month of Falgun.
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