Timket is a religious celebration celebrated with much enthusiasm in Addis Ababa, Gondar, and Lalibela in Ethiopia. It is likewise spelled as Timkat or Timqat.
The celebration is the Ethiopian Orthodox festival of Epiphany and worships Christ’s submersion in the River Jordan. Despite the fact that the celebration is seen by conventional Christians everywhere throughout the world, in Ethiopia it goes up against an exceptional hugeness as it is the most bright occasion of the year in the nation.
The most pertinent image of the celebration is beautiful weaved umbrellas that ensure the hallowed Tabot and the ministers conveying the Tabot.