- Enkutatash. September 11. The Ethiopian New Year falls on the first day of the Ethiopian month of Maskarem, which is September 11 on the Gregorian calendar .
- Ethiopian 'Enkutatash'International Expo 2011 - KEPSA
- RE: ETHIOPIAN “ENKUTATASH” INTERNATIONAL EXPO 2011, 27”'. AUGUST / 10"' SEPTEMBER 2011. -.
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- Enkutatash is an important festival in the lives of Ethiopians. Enkutatash means the "gift of jewels". But Enkutatash is not exclusively a religious holiday.
- Ethiopian News
- The flowers are used in the festivals of Enkutatash and Meskel. Enkutatash is the first day of the New Year in Ethiopia.
- ™º# Ethiopian Calendar 2003 (2010/2011)
- September 11: Enkutatash. September 11 2010: Eid-ul Fitr. September 27: Meskel.
- Diversity Calendar
- Enkutatash (New Year) http://www.rastaites.com/Ethiopia/newyear.
- LA's Little Ethiopia to Mark Enkutatash Early with Street Festival – Sunday
- Photo by Matt Andrea)" New York (TADIAS) – Ethiopian-Americans in Los Angeles are gearing up to celebrate Enkutatash at an open-air cultural festival in Little Ethiopia this weekend.
- Enkutatash - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Enkutatash is the first day of the New Year in Ethiopia.
- Melkam Adis Amet, Happy New Year
- Enkutatash or Ithiopian (Ethiopian) New Year is celebrated on September 11th according to the Western or Gregorian calendar.
- Ethiopian Festivals
- Nov 16, 2002 Enkutatash means the "gift of jewels".
- Ethiopian travel guide | 'Enkutatash' - Ethiopian New Year
- 'Enkutatash' - Ethiopian New Year The Ethiopian New Year falls in September at the end of the big rains.
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