Yildirim, Erdal
January 2010
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2010, Vol. 14 Issue 42, p17
Academic Journal
Transition period of people's life consists of birth, marriage and death. There are a few customs and applications almost in every society in this important period. Although Turkish people accept different religions for centuries, old religious Turkish traditions have deep effect on al Turkish people's moral life. As in all Anatolia, some traditions and applications about this term are encountered in Tunceli Alevis, too. This research's study area which includes the transition period of traditions and applications of Tunceli Alevis is Tunceli borders and the illustration is Alevis who live in this region. Belief about transition periods of Alevis and applications about it and days that include these can be told that assumed to parallel to old Turkish people's.


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