The Diwan in Sudanese Culture

Ammar Alshukry


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The speaker discusses the importance of keeping family members' rooms for guests to stay in and entertain them. They highlight the need for hotels in these towns and villages where large events like Accepting of condolences or graduations occur. The speaker also mentions the importance of keeping family members' relationships and creating a day one culture through collection of dailymeets and breakfast.

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One of the symbols of rural Sudan is the day one, you have to remember that in these towns and villages, a family's house is literally a single room. That's the house, that's the entire house. It's just that room. So they needed to have a place where they could entertain guests where they could host them if they need to spend the night or a couple of nights and there aren't any hotels out here. So a place where large social events can occur, such as the Accepting of condolences, or a place where the men could gather and break bread together. And that's what the deadline is. So where do female guests they will they stay in the homes themselves. And so each extended family will chip

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in and build themselves a day one, and every day they will gather for two meals, breakfast and lunch. They're each family bringing in their trays like clockwork, the word they want an Arabic means to preserve and to collect. And that's why a collection of poetry is called the day one and here. What's preserved our family relationships and beautiful britches