JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 561

The Grinding (Sang Zani) Ceremony is the Intangible Heritage of Village of Dorokhsh in the Moharram

The Sang Zani in the Ghohestan area in the County of Southern Khorasan is one of the mourning ceremonies in the month of Moharram.

From a report from the Public Relations Department of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Administration of Southern Khorasan, the Liable of the research section of Administration said: The Sang is 2 pieces of 8cm cylindrical wood which are joined together with cotton thread and are held on the back of the hand. The wood comes from the Jujube and Walnut trees.
Mr. Seyed Ahmad Barabadi added: This village has eight persons who hurl the stone, who have inherited it from their fathers, and after the death of the father the sons can be involved in grinding. On the fifth night of Muharram, along with the Board and the dirge song done by chest beating or chain slashing (sinehzani or as zanjirzani).Also sometimes they sing dirges separately.
The Sang Zani ceremony in Dorokhsh with No. 626 on 22.09.91 was registered in the list of Intangible Heritage of the Country.

Share this article

Tagged under


Leave a comment