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More than the young fellows, it is the young ladies who look sharp during the Timket celebration. On top of their inclination enriched excellence, the Ethiopian ladies are predominantly tricky in assembling cosmetics and mix them unto their wonderful countenances. For set on customary cosmetics like Khul (Amharic) or Kuhli (Tigrigna) as shades (these days current cosmetics too) and make the best haircut, ideally Shuruba (Ethiopian styling) and some are blessed with oil on their countenances to the degree of trickling all around their face and necks. The last option practice is currently progressively transitioning away from besides in the provincial regions.


The Ethiopian ladies who improve themselves during Timket are not vainglorious in their conscious attractive appearance. They need to lure the young fellows and the last option are conscious of the heartfelt allure of their female partners. The two of them, implicitly affirm that Timket is for a relationship of the other genders, and it is either to start new relationship or a chance for people who were never hitched to track down an accomplice and settle down. The young fellows who partake in the Timket celebration additionally display various exhibitions, for example, holding long sticks painted with green, yellow, and red (the Ethiopian banner), and keeping in mind that moving they sing Timket melodies like Hay Loga Ho and Mariam Aster'eyo (the noteworthy Virgin Mary) with an end goal to partake in the full focus of the lovely ladies around them.


In Timket, the Ethiopians say, even a few people who never mingle will blend with the group and they are "submersed" by the bubbly state of mind, and subsequently they are restored, revived, and restored. They indeed would turn into a renewed individual and would get an opportunity to meet some science in a relationship. One Amharic tune that portrays well the above situation overall and the recharged people specifically is Kermo YiMetal Yal'mote Sew (an individual who isn't dead will ultimately appear after an extended break). Allegorically, the tune suggests that even alienated, reserved, neurotic, and "dead" individuals will blend in the Timket celebration.

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