Visiting holy shrines lives on among Tunisians.
The Middle East is known to be the land of Apostles and prophets and Tunisia is famous for many righteous protectors’ shrines visited by general public to seek blessing and relieve stress.
Tunisia is famous for many righteous protectors’ shrines visited by general public to seek blessing and relieve stress. These corners are distributed from the North to South and reserved a place in people hearts for many years where they visit it during their celebrations like weddings and Circumcision. It is an inheritance passed on to generations and is still alive until this day.
One of the most famous people shrines in Tunisia is Najd Sidi Bin Hasan Alshathli, located in Rabwa in the Tunisian Capital. He is originally Moroccan who came to Tunisia for Sufism and he is one of the prominent Islamic Sufis. And until this day, his followers celebrate and give the poor of the shrine visitors. Every area in Tunisia is famous for a specific shrine like Sidi Mehrez in the Old city of Suwaiqa gate where his well is visited for blessings.
Despite the development of the Tunisian society, they are still holding into their customs that is passed through generations and they still hold on to the spirituality and beliefs