Yup, there's a Shaash Saar celebration for women after their wedding, I think a week after.No, Shaash looked different in colour. It was red with diamond black shapes dotting all over the entire scarf. It was also occasional head scarf and status symbol. Married women wore it and not single women. It was a sign I think of being married and older /adult female if I am not mistaken.
Im not sure, and I'm probably not the best person to ask. And it is, Alhamdulilah.Was there shaash event in mourns? Like when a woman is widowed.
The event was called Asay coming from the word Aas which meant burying or burial like duugis.
Afsomali waa luqad qani ah. Somali has such depth man
.... in what world?