About Yazidi folk tales

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Yazidi folk tales for children date back to ancient times and maybe it was from the moment of the emergence of speech using signs or drawings, then oral speech, since it was the oral tradition that documented events and ideas even before writing and codification.

Popular stories are inspired by the imagination of the writer or narrator, and he thinks about them based on his own experience, everyday observations and the collective experience of society. The themes in the stories of different peoples are diverse, including mythology.

Yazidi fairy tales and stories carry secrets, news, wisdom, and life lessons. They were indirect advice and support from behind the scenes. Such fairy tales as:

"The Tale of Rostam Zal" is a story about a brave and noble hero who protects his people from enemies.

"The Legend of the Seven Angels" is about the origin of Yazidism.

"The Tale of the Talking Fish" is about how a boy helps a fish find its home.

"The Tale of the Wise Raven" is about how a crow helps people cope with hunger.

"The Tale of the Good Giant" is about how a giant helps poor people.

The heroes of these fairy tales and legends were good role models. Stories, sometimes full of joy and sometimes sadness, but they are all full of hope and optimism.

Some Yazidi fairy tales are based on legends, some are taken from religious stories, some are pure fantasy, other fairy tales are poetic and humorous, some are realistic.

In the past, these stories were told by grandparents of the Yazidi community to pass the time and entertain children, to teach them values, morality and wisdom, as well as to promote their mental development, shape their personality and decision-making thinking.

Yazidi fairy tales were a source of entertainment and education, strengthening the strength of spirit and determination.





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About Yazidi folk tales

2023/09/56565-1694425972.jpg
Read: 1843     15:30     11 Сентябрь 2023    

Yazidi folk tales for children date back to ancient times and maybe it was from the moment of the emergence of speech using signs or drawings, then oral speech, since it was the oral tradition that documented events and ideas even before writing and codification.

Popular stories are inspired by the imagination of the writer or narrator, and he thinks about them based on his own experience, everyday observations and the collective experience of society. The themes in the stories of different peoples are diverse, including mythology.

Yazidi fairy tales and stories carry secrets, news, wisdom, and life lessons. They were indirect advice and support from behind the scenes. Such fairy tales as:

"The Tale of Rostam Zal" is a story about a brave and noble hero who protects his people from enemies.

"The Legend of the Seven Angels" is about the origin of Yazidism.

"The Tale of the Talking Fish" is about how a boy helps a fish find its home.

"The Tale of the Wise Raven" is about how a crow helps people cope with hunger.

"The Tale of the Good Giant" is about how a giant helps poor people.

The heroes of these fairy tales and legends were good role models. Stories, sometimes full of joy and sometimes sadness, but they are all full of hope and optimism.

Some Yazidi fairy tales are based on legends, some are taken from religious stories, some are pure fantasy, other fairy tales are poetic and humorous, some are realistic.

In the past, these stories were told by grandparents of the Yazidi community to pass the time and entertain children, to teach them values, morality and wisdom, as well as to promote their mental development, shape their personality and decision-making thinking.

Yazidi fairy tales were a source of entertainment and education, strengthening the strength of spirit and determination.





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #aboutyazidis   #cultureyazidis