Why don't we have a wedding in May? "May is here, we're done with weddings" ... This sentence is the memorized language of our people, who complain about weddings and cannot give up on them, who play by heart from the time they enter the wedding hall to the time they leave. It is not so fashionable to hold a wedding in May in Azerbaijan. Why? Stereotype, medical factors, or religious belief? Cause-lilac, abundant rains, or lack of fertility month? According to superstitions, there are no weddings in May because of the lilac is blooming. Jasmine has been considered a symbol of bad luck since ancient times. And this is connected with the name of the rose. As they say, the meaning of the jasmine flower is "either you or me". That is, if there is a wedding at that time, either you stay or I. Besides, there is no blessing in May If you have not noticed, especially in rural areas, people arrange the wedding in autumn, when the harvest is plentiful. A lot of rain in May is also "potentially happy It is a factor preventing "couples". Thus, this month is characterized as the period of weeping of medicine. People do not want to rejoice when nature is weeping. He who marries in May has a child in winter...
A more interesting reason is that in May it is the probability that those who enter the house of the world will be born after 9 months, that is, in the cold months. In ancient times, the probability of survival of children born in winter seemed weak. Therefore, people would not take this risk in terms of the continuation of their generations. It is the Russians and Armenians who are responsible... The tradition of not having weddings in May in Azerbaijan started after the arrival of the Russians to Azerbaijan. There is a myth about the failure of the month. However, this myth and reality are the opposite of each other. As for the Armenian factor, our enemies mourn their so-called genocide events for 40 days in this month, which starts from April 24 and lasts until May 24. Experts believe that Armenians living in Baku also play a role in this blackening of the month of May. Dean also says yes to a May wedding … There is no explanation for this in religion either. Religious experts believe that this trend, which is becoming more widespread, is caused by popular ignorance. Thus, in the Muslim world, the days when a person engages in sinful and inappropriate work are considered as Nahs. In addition, to consider May as a difficult month would be to prefer one month over the other in religion.