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  • The Muslim holidays of Ashura (known locally as Hussay or Hosay) and Eid have been celebrated throughout the island for hundreds of years.Jamaica-Wikipedia
  • St. James is mecca for the annual Hosay Festival, when it is possible to hear classical tassa drumming, as small effigies of mosques parade through the streets.Saint James, Trinidad and Tobago-Wikipedia
  • The Muslim populations numbers 4.97%, and is noted for their annual Hosay celebration.Trinidad and Tobago-Wikipedia
  • Festivals rooted in the various religions practiced on the islands are also popular, such as Christmas, Hosay, Eid al-Fitr, Divali and Phagwah.Trinidad and Tobago-Wikipedia
  • Tassa is drumming used in the Muslim Hosay festival, and is also played during Hindu weddings and other celebrations.Chutney music-Wikipedia
  • Aranguez Savannah hosts major celebrations and events including Holi, Diwali, Eid al-Fitr, Hosay, Carnival, cricket games, and The Samaan Tree Rock Festival among many other live concerts.San Juan, Trinidad and Tobago-Wikipedia
  • In Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica all ethnic and religious communities participate in the event, locally known as "Hosay" or "Hussay".Mourning of Muharram-Wikipedia
  • In the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica Ashura, known locally as 'Hussay' or Hosay is commemorated for the grandson of Muhammad, but its celebration has adopted influence from other religions including Roman Catholic, Hindu, and Baptists, making it a mixture of different cultures and religion.Ashura-Wikipedia
  • See articles on Eid ul-Fitr, Eid ul-Adha, Ashurah (see also Hosay and Tabuik), Mawlid, Lailat al Miraj and Shab-e-baraat.Islamic culture-Wikipedia
  • Divali and Eid ul-Fitr are national holidays, and Hosay (Ashura) and Phagwah are widely celebrated.Indo-Trinidadian and Tobagonian-Wikipedia
  • In the past, every plantation in each parish celebrated Hosay.Indo-Jamaicans-Wikipedia
  • Major holidays such as Diwali, Phagwah, Eid, Hosay, Easter, and Christmas are celebrated with a distinct flavor unique to the Caribbean.Indo-Caribbean Americans-Wikipedia
  • Hosay is the local manifestation of the Shia Muslim Remembrance of Muharram in Trinidad and Tobago (where is it spelled Hussay).Culture of Trinidad and Tobago-Wikipedia
  • It is most notable as the scene of the Hosay which his held annually in May or June.Western Main Road-Wikipedia
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  • Tassa-dhol ensembles of three to five players are especially common in street processions, whether associated with Indian weddings, political rallies, Hindu festivals, or Muslim festivals, especially Muharram (known as "Hosay" in Trinidad, a colloquialization of "Hussain").Tassa-Wikipedia
  • The Hosay massacre (also known as the Hosay riots or the Jahaji massacre) took place on 30 October 1884 in San Fernando, Trinidad when the British colonial authorities fired on participants in the annual Hosay procession (the local name for the Shi'a Festival of Muharram) who had been banned from entering the town.Hosay massacre-Wikipedia
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  • Brought by indentured workers to the Caribbean, Fiji, Mauritius, and Africa in the 19th century, tassa ensembles have flourished with great dynamism in Trinidad and Tobago, where they were used in the Hindu Phagwah, Muslim Hosay festival, and also in Florida, Guyana, New York, Suriname, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Texas, New Jersey, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and various other places where Indo-Caribbean communities are found.Tassa-Wikipedia

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