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Sudanese National ICH

 

Sudanese National ICH

Since Sudan ratified the Convention, the The National Council for Cultural Heritage and Promotion of National Languages has been entrusted with creating a National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Sudan. Thanks to their unique qualities, each listed tradition contributes to cultural diversity beyond the nation’s borders and conveys the richness of Sudan’s living cultural heritage in an understandable manner.

 Jad’ an-Nar

Jad’ an-Nar

Jad’ an-Nar (or HAUKI), is a ritual cult practiced by members of the Berta tribe in the south of the Blue Nile, and is associated with the seasons of cultivation and harvest.
Waza: the music, instruments, tradition

Waza: the music, instruments, tradition

the music and instruments, which consist of a group of flutes of different sizes and lengths of precisely calculated dimensions. Each of the fourteen plus instruments produces its distinctive sound. The device is made from a specific type of gourd, cultivated near houses to grow rectangular.