Armenians are the committed Christian people, which hold sacred all Christian rites and holidays.
St. Sarkis Day
In the whole world, the patron of all lovers is the St. Valentine, whose celebration is observed on February 14. But Armenia has its own national patron of all loving hearts. It’s the St. Sarkis. He served as the commander at the court of Byzantine King Constantine and was one of the first Armenians, adopted the Christianity.
International Women’s Day
Armenian men are famous for their peculiar gallantry and tender attitude to the fairer sex, and who else unless these Caucasian macho could think to celebrate the 8th of March for the whole month!
Easter is the favorite and the most anticipated holiday in the Christian world. Everybody greets each other on this day: “Christ has risen”-“Blessed is the resurrection of Christ”.
In the traditional Armenian range of holidays, the Vardavar is the major summer holiday and it is celebrated 14 weeks after Easter.
Celebration of Terndez
The Armenian Church celebrates “Tearnyndaraj” or as people like to call it Terndez on February 14th, 40 days after January 6th.
Grape Blessing day
Among the most beloved ceremonies of the Armenian traditional feasts, is the ceremony of Grape Blessing, which is held on Sunday, usually following, or proceeding the August 15.
On the 21st of September Armenians celebrate the Independence Day.
New Year is celebrated a whole week beginning with December 31.......