The spirit of Garangao came alive at the grand celebration hosted by Olive Suno Radio Network as they organized the Garangao Fiesta Season 4. Garangao is a traditional festival celebrated on the 14th day of every Ramadan, and Olive Suno network’s bonanza invited children aged 3 to 12 to participate in the festivities.
The event was a joyous affair with a wide range of activities organized for the children to enjoy. The little ones participated with enthusiasm in games like musical chairs and pass the ball, as well as getting henna painted onto themselves. The celebration was a perfect opportunity for children to learn about and experience the traditions of Garangao, which marks the halfway point of the Holy Month of Ramadan.
The girls were dressed in traditional gowns with embroidery and adorned with gold jewelry like earrings, necklaces, and bangles, while the boys wore the traditional Qatari dress called ‘Thawb,’ jackets, and caps.
The event was supported by various sponsors including Cadbury Dairy Milk, Qatar Canadian Trading Contracting & Services, Amul, Wagh Bakri Tea, Roasty Tasty, Family Pharmacy, Batatos, and Alkalive Water, showcasing the community’s support and participation in this auspicious festival.
Garangao has gained more attraction over the past few years, with people from various communities coming together to celebrate this special occasion. It is a time for children to connect with each other and learn about their traditions during the holy month of Ramadan. Olive Suno Radio Network takes pride in being an active part of the community and organizing such events that promote togetherness and cultural celebrations.
The Garangao Fiesta Season 4 hosted by Olive Suno Radio Network was a grand success, bringing joy, laughter, and a sense of community among the children who participated. It was a celebration of traditions, culture, and unity, as children experienced the joy of Garangao and created cherished memories that will last a lifetime. Olive Suno Radio Network looks forward to continuing its commitment to community engagement and celebrating such auspicious festivals in the future.