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"The costumes of cooking votive Samanu in Meshkat (Meshkan), the ceremony of praying for rain in Azaran village, and the skill of making grape syrup in Kamu were registered in the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of the country," Mehran Sramadian said.

Iran (IMNA) - "Making votive Samanu is a religious celebration in Meshkat (Meshkan) city; People hold this ceremony in their houses during the winter season alternately following the bad or even good events," the head of intangible heritage registration department of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts, and Tourism organization of Kashan said.

"People of Azeran and surrounding villages believe that Imamzades who went to Toos to join Imam Reza, used to rest beside Abderaz spring; so, this place has been respected and sanctified. People gather together beside this spring and pray for rain in last Friday of June, that is a special day of pilgrimage special to this area," Abbas Torabzadeh said regarding the ceremony of praying for rain of Abderaz spring in Azaran village.

"The inhabitants of Kamu separate sultana (seedless grapes) into two groups of "Sarchin" and "Shirei" grapes regarding their quality; they make raisins from the first group, and grape syrup from the second one," an expert in the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts, and Tourism department of Kashan explained about the skill of making grape syrup in Kamu.

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