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Sometimes the holiday is only celebrated annually, during the month of Ramadan And that Gerga'oon on the 15th of Ramadan coincides with the birth of Imam , the second Imam in
The Qarqee'an tradition is intended to spread love, happiness and affection among adults and children Religious Significance [ ] Gargee'an celebration in

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Shia believe that Gerga'oon on the 15th of Sha'ban marks the birthday of Imam , the 12th.

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Gargee'an is marked with children dressing in traditional attire and going door-to-door to receive and from neighbours, whilst also singing traditional songs
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It takes place on the 15th night of the of and on the 15th night of
Both Gerga'oon nights are significant to Muslims The holiday is known by several different names in each region: Garangao in , Garangao or Garangaou in and , Karkee'aan or Qariqaan in , Gargee'aan or Girgian in and , Garangashoch, At-Tablah or Qarnakosh in , Barrat by Kurds and Hag Al Leylah in
Events during the night include religious sermons conducted by , -like attractions in much of the capital cities of , such as in The more they sing, the more nuts and sweets they receive

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In modern times, supermarkets, corporates, and malls compete to attract children during this time via advertising in newspapers and on TV, and by offering special promotions and arranging closed Qarqee'an events to market themselves.

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Tradition [ ] Children gather in small groups in front of a home and sing
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The tradition has existed for hundreds of years and deeply rooted some parts of the
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Although the celebration of Gargee'an shares superficial similarities with the custom of , practiced in some western countries, Gargee'an has no connection with horror and no associated origin with Halloween