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Mashramani Part 2 Breakdown - Ivan Harry - Mashramani Part 2 Breakdown (Vinyl)

01.09.2019

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  1. Vuk says:
    During the period of the Mashramani, the annual national cultural festival, where over a hundred thousand people gather on the final day in a massive float and costume parade, the Ministry of Health, the National Aids Secretariat, the Guyana Responsible Parenthood and many HIV/Aids NGOs participate with costumes highlighting health messages and distribute condoms free to people.
  2. Arataur says:
    Mashramani, often abbreviated to "Mash", is an annual festival that celebrates Guyana becoming a Republic in The festival, usually held on 23 February – Guyanese Republic Day – includes a parade, music, games and cooking and is intended to commemorate the "Birth of the Republic".The word "Mashramani" is derived from an Amerindian language and in translation means "the celebration.
  3. Samugrel says:
    MASHRAMANI, Georgetown, Guyana. 1, likes · 1 talking about this. Mashramani - a festival of Guyanese creativity.
  4. Grotaur says:
    Feb 23,  · One of the most popular and colourful of all festivals, the Mashramani festival is observed in Guyana on 23 February – Guyana’s Republic Day – to commemorate the birth of the Republic. The word Mashramani is derived from the Arawak indigenous language and in translation means “the celebration of a job well done”. It refers.
  5. Tausar says:
    Jan 19,  · “One People, One Culture, One Celebration” is this year’s theme for Mashramani, and the Ministry of Culture, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education’s Allied Arts Unit, announced that the children’s Dramatic Poetry and Calypso competition will be the first to jump-start activities.
  6. Kagarg says:
    MASHRAMANI, Georgetown, Guyana. 2, likes · 4 talking about this. Mashramani - a festival of Guyanese creativity.
  7. Kigataur says:
    MASHRAMANI, Georgetown, Guyana. 2, likes. Mashramani - a festival of Guyanese creativity.
  8. Yozshusida says:
    One Feb 23rd, the Festival called "Mashramani" was a huge success with people drawn from all Regions of Guyana to Linden welcoming Guyana's Republic Status with over three days of frolic and fun. After witnessing the massive crowds, glitter and level of competition, Mr. David Singh a Government Official held discussion with the Jaycees.
  9. Yoktilar says:
    Mar 03,  · nutten. The slaves eventually took it over though because they out numbered the amerindians so everytime the day for the celebration would come around they would be the ones doing more celebrating than the amerindians then the more races came and one thing let to another and everybody was celebrating.

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