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    No one is homeless in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The agal is a thick, double, black cord that is worn on the top of the ghutra to hold it in place. In some occasions, Bahrainis wear a bishtwhich is a cloak made of wool, over the thobe. Unlike the thobe, the bisht is soft, and it is usually black, brown, or grey. Gargee'an Qarqe'an is a biannual celebration, observed in Bahrain and rest of Eastern Arabiathat takes place on the 15th night of the Islamic month of Sha'ban and on the 15th night of Ramadan. Gerga'oon is marked with children dressing in traditional attire and going door-to-door to receive nuts and sweets from neighbours, whilst also singing traditional songs.

    The tradition has existed for hundreds of years and deeply rooted in Gulf culture. Al-Wasat daily Arabic newspaper is thought to have become the country's most popular newspaper by with a daily circulation of 15, [10] and readership of 45, [11] to 60, Most of the press is privately owned and is not subject to censorship as long as it refrains from criticizing the Ruling family. The state television and radio stations broadcast most programs in Arabic, although there are channels in English and Hindi radio. Arts, music and dance[ edit ] Outline of the Oud. Theatre of BahrainCinema of BahrainMusic of Bahrainand Bahraini art Arts include readings of the Quranceremonial dances accompanied by flat drums, and storytelling.

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