a journey into the world of traditions and joy ￼￼ Tatar culture has a rich heritage of national holidays that unite people and reflect their history, faith and traditions. Here are some of the most significant Tatar holidays: Sabantuy ￼ - the holiday of the plow and the end of spring work in the field. This is a joyful event that includes various games, competitions and festivities. Emel ￼ is a holiday dedicated to the awakening of nature and the rebirth of life after winter. Families get together to spend time in nature and enjoy the renewing energy of spring. Navruz ￼ - the new year according to the Tatar calendar, is celebrated on the day of the spring equinox. It symbolizes the beginning of a new life, the renewal of nature and love. Boz karau ￼ is a holiday associated with animal husbandry and thanksgiving for the harvest. Celebrated with fairs and festive events. Zhimchechek ￼ is a flower festival dedicated to meeting summer and enjoying the beauty of nature. People collect bouquets of flowers and decorate their houses. Zhyen ￼ is a harvest holiday, celebrated after the harvest. On this day, families gather together to give thanks for the fertility of the land and the abundance of food. Yomyrka Bairam ￼ is an Islamic holiday that is celebrated after the end of the month of Ramadan. This is a time of joy, fellowship and charity. These holidays are an integral part of the Tatar culture and are closely connected with nature, family and spirituality. They remind of the importance of preserving traditions and strengthening social ties.