Siesta is a Spanish word that comes from the Latin sexta hora, meaning the sixth hour (after dawn), so a midday nap, usually after the meal.
The siesta probably began in Spain, and then spread to many Latin American countries. The heat of the midday sun, as well as a midday meal would both contribute to its popularity.
It is found in many Latin American countries (except Brazil), as well as in the Philippines, China, Vietnam, Bangladesh, India, Southern Italy, Greece, Croatia, Malta, the Middle East and North Africa.
In Bangladesh and Indian Bengal it is called bhat-ghum, literally meaning "rice-sleep".
In China and Taiwan it is called wujiao. Most Chinese schools have a half-hour nap programmed straight after lunch.
Some businesses in Japan set aside napping rooms for their office workers.
Islam suggests an afternoon sleep between Dhuhr and Asr prayers.A:Siestas (a post lunch, afternoon sleep) is widespread in tropical and sub-tropical countries where it is too hot to work in the afternoon. It is usually different for a nap; for example, in Greece people will put on their pyjamas and go to bed in the afternoon.
With air conditioning becoming more widespread, people are now working through the day.
Other customs similar might be yoga and meditationA:The siesta is traditional daily sleep of the Iberia peninsula and through Spanish influenced, of Latin America countries. afternoon sleep is also common habit in China, India, Italy (riposo in Italian), Greece, Croatia, Malta. the Middle East and North Africa. in these countries, the heat can be unbearable in early afternoon, making a midday break in the comfort of one's home ideal. however, in some countries where naps are taken, such as Northern Spain, Southern Argentina, Chile, the climate is similar to that of Canada and Northern Europe. besides the climate, in many countries with the habit it is common to have the largest meal of the day in afternoon, in contrast with other countries where only a lighter lunch is taken.
Also Turkey and Iraq.
What are traditions of other country similar to siesta? siesta in other country is the way they rest in there own way
In Argentina and other Spanish-speaking countries, a siesta is a nap.
yoga and meditationSiesta is a Spanish word that comes from the Latin sexta hora, meaning the sixth hour (after dawn), so a midday nap, usually after the meal. The siesta probably began in Spain, and then spread to...Mediterranean countries and Mexico also have a siesta.siesta in other country is the way they rest in there own waymean, is Filipino traditions similar to other countries like Spain? Not all. Some of Filipino traditions was adopted from other foreign country like Spain, China, America and many more, but not.a siesta is a nap
filipino language and culture
The Spanish also take siestas. Many other people around the world take naps during the day, even if it's not custom.
a siesta is a nap
There is no other term in Spanish, just siesta.
..siesta was applied especially during hot weather for you to restore the energy gone because of working the whole day..
the differences of afro-asian poetry to other nation is they differ from thier cultures tradition beliefs and others
costumes,tradition in the other counrty
the siesta of other country : is taking a 15 nap in the afternoon just after lunch.
Siesta is Spanish term not used or with an equivalent definition in other world civilizations. The closest idea of similar and global context would be the behavior of afternoon naps (or brief sleeps) written as "giac ngu trua."
the afro Asian countries conduct the by their tradition.
celebrating their independence day..=anne=
A Spain siesta is when shops, returants and other buildings close down for about an hour so evryone can take a nap.
it's called a nap
The Filipino kulintang is similar to the Indonesian gamelan.
Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, and other countries.
The tradition of Thanksgiving is not strictly an American tradition per say.This holiday is celebrated in many countries including Canada, and normally follows the last major harvest of the season. Although in other countries it may be celebrated under a different name. The term Thanksgiving itself is strictly a north American tradition used in both the US and Canada.
Language, religion and several cultural traits are common to most countries in Latin America and the Philippines, which were once part of the Spanish Empire (1492 - 1820s). Some traditions include Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) and bullfighting.
Similar to other European countries - good.
It is not a tradition there. In Bulgaria there would be traditions that would not be celebrated in many other countries. Halloween is only celebrated in some countries. Most countries do not celebrate it.