Burn the wild rue

Burn the wild rue

Burning the wild rue is one of the ancient customs to repel the evil eye and ward off misfortune and misfortune from the person or from things and plays a particular role in the culture of the Iranians.
Usually the wild rue is burned and dispersed on special occasions; for example, for someone who has fallen ill, for someone who has returned from a trip, especially a pilgrimage, for the mother and the newborn baby who has just come to light, for the bride and groom, when they start living in a house new, to buy important items or bring the girl's kit, when you invite acquaintances and relatives, when moving religious groups, when you undertake a group trip and a trip, when you leave for the front to defend the homeland, to welcome people and on many other occasions.
To burn the wild rue at the beginning it takes a fist and spreads around the head of the people, then on the right shoulder, on the left, on the chest and behind the person or around something they have bought and while doing so a poem is recited; then the rue is thrown into the fire, into the charcoal in a particular vessel, into a small brazier or into a tray, and the vessel is turned again around the person or things and again poetry murmurs.

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