Garangao is celebrated on the 14th day of Ramadan and is usually enjoyed by children as a celebration of having fasted for half of the Holy Month.
Kids eagerly await this festival for the first half of Ramadan, until they finally get to rejoice with their family and friends. While the origins of the festival are unclear, it continues to be a celebration exclusive to the Gulf region, and is known by different names in the different Gulf states.
Watch this video to know more trivia about Garangao!
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Edited by: Adam Abou-Gad
Music credit: أغنية القرنقعوه القطرية "المجددة
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