Baltai (Modvin: Балта́й) is a festival among Mordvin people, especially from Tatarstan. The name of the holiday means Feast of Honey (from Tatar words bal - honey and tuy - feast). Baltai is held on the first Sunday after the Whitsunday and means the beginning of mowing time. The main traditions are the decorating of bear with birch leaves and round dance.

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  • Baltai (Modvin: Балта́й) is a festival among Mordvin people, especially from Tatarstan. The name of the holiday means Feast of Honey (from Tatar words bal - honey and tuy - feast). Baltai is held on the first Sunday after the Whitsunday and means the beginning of mowing time. The main traditions are the decorating of bear with birch leaves and round dance. (en)
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  • Baltai (Modvin: Балта́й) is a festival among Mordvin people, especially from Tatarstan. The name of the holiday means Feast of Honey (from Tatar words bal - honey and tuy - feast). Baltai is held on the first Sunday after the Whitsunday and means the beginning of mowing time. The main traditions are the decorating of bear with birch leaves and round dance. (en)
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