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Holidays in the USST

Date

Name

Official Holiday

Notes

January 3rd

Рёлц
Ryolts

Yes

Religious holiday. Celebrations of life and giving thanks to the supreme god in Rachitism, Zor (Зор). Large bonfires and exchange of gifts are custom. Heavy emphasis is placed on the size of bonfires, as well as the meaning of gifts.
The more of their own things and food a person gives away, the greater their blessing.

March 1st

Revolution Day

Yes

Celebrating end of the Third Civil War and the victory of the Rabocheviks in 1997, officially bringing an end to the Tulovian Kingdom and the establishment of the United Socialist States of Tulov.
Military parades, fireworks, large feasts, bonfires, firing guns into the air, and artillery salutes are done throughout the day in celebration.
Traditional Tulovian folk music is typically played from loudspeaker systems in major systems for the duration of the day.

March 8th

Victory Day

Yes

Celebrating the victory of the United Socialist States of Tulov in 2018 over the anti-USST coalition of the Thirteenth Krasno-Tulovian War.
Celebrated with massive military parades, excessive fireworks, large amounts of food and alcohol, dancing, loud music, artillery, guns, extreme amounts of confetti, large chocolate cakes, and anything else people desire.
Beginning of "Liberty Week".

March 12th

Tulov Day

Yes

Celebrating the foundation of Tulov in 1233 by Ratibor the Great.
Celebrated with fireworks, bonfires, and parades.

March 13th

Unification Day

Yes

Celebrating the unification of all ethnic Tulovian territories into the United Socialist States of Tulov in 2018, following the treaty of Tavsk, which incorporated Siria, and the Treaty of Atkarsk, which incorporated the former nations of Atkarsky, Sheksna, Terengul, and Nikolskia.
Celebrated with parades, fireworks, and more. End of "Liberty Week".

Third Thursday of April

Тяц
Tyats

Yes

Also known as the Tyats festival, celebrating the coming of spring and giving prayers to the Rachit goddess Lulana.
Traditionally celebrated with large festivals, verbal stories of Rachitist and Tulovian folklore, and lots of food.

May 1st

Constitution Day

No

Celebrating the ratification of the Constitution of the United Socialist States of Tulov in 1998. Traditionally celebrated with fireworks and gunfire.

July 1st

Акрэтявна
Akreltyavna

No

Day of worship of the Rachit god of summer, Ulrog. Traditionally celebrated with animal sacrifice.

First Tuesday of October

Нятна
Nyatna

No

Celebrating the return of Winter, and giving thanks to the goddess Lulana for the mid-year harvest. Traditionally a day of silence and bowed heads.

November 4th

Лэтеватквавяна
Letyevatakavyana

No

Giving worship to the Rachit god of winter, Yevlicium. A day without fire or other forms of extra warmth, for those who can do so, to show their strength before Yevlicium and earn his blessing for the winter.

December 13th

Insurrection Day

Yes

Breakout of the Third Civil War in 1993. Celebrated with gunfire.

December 14th

December Revolution

Yes

Fall of Tula in 1995 to Rabochevik forces in the Third Civil War, signalling the end of the Tulovian Kingdom and the coming end of the Third Civil War.

Last day of December

Малянатиеявесканя
Malyanatikyaveskanya

Yes

Worship to the Rachit god of the underworld, Iliv, praying for him to take care of souls that have joined him in the now ending year, as well as celebrating the coming of the new year. Celebrated traditionally with fireworks and animal sacrifice, as well as fireworks and excessive drinking. Also considered to simply be New Years by non-Rachitists.

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