Many devotees wish to know the dates in which the celebrations to the Orishas are held to pay homage and worship, because it is a precious day to honor them, offer offerings, perform songs and prayers, celebrate their blessings and have a great ceremony, but always full of love and faith.
Although it is common to celebrate in style, it is not necessary to make a great party for the Orishas, it should not be forgotten that they are deities full of humility.
A flower, a prayer, a candle, or even a thought of gratitude will be enough for them to listen to you and bless you.
We must remember that product when religious syncretism process Between the African and Spanish cultures, the dates are fused with the celebrations made to Catholic saints, for the same reason some Orishas have more than one day of celebration.
In this post you will find the dates on which celebrations and tributes are held for some of the Orishas of the Yoruba pantheon.
|Orisha:||Dates of celebration:|
|Elegua||January 6 and June 13|
|osain||January 17 and March 19|
|Oyá||February 2 and October 15|
|Yewa||April 27 and March 13|
|Orisha oko||May 15|
|Obba||May 22 and November 25|
|oshosi||June 6 and May 6|
|Nana Buruku||26 July|
|Aggayu Solá||September 26|
|ibeyis||September 26 and December 28|
|orula||4 de Octubre|
|Inle||24 de Octubre|
|Babalu Aye||December 17|
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