Ethiopians the nation over commended the 2011 Ethiopian New Year today. Ethiopian New Year festivity is otherwise called "Enkutatash," signifying "endowment of gems" in Amharic dialect, which initially gets from the narrative of the Ruler of Sheba coming back from visiting Lord Solomon in Jerusalem.
What's more, upon landing at home, the Ruler was welcomed by Ethiopians with enku, gems. Ethiopian New Year/Enkutatash is an event loaded up with celebrations and set apart by moving and singing over the green field, growing with spring blossoms, and in urban areas too with individuals getting a charge out of nourishment and beverages arranged for the cheerful occasion. While praising the occasion, Ethiopians wear conventional ensembles and appreciate exceptional sustenances and beverages, trade welcome of the New Year event.