Nardoqan or Nardugan (Turkish: Nardoğan or Nardugan, Azeri Turkish: Narduqan) was a Turkic holiday concept that originated from Sumerian tradition. Nowadays, it is most commonly used to refer to the winter solstice in many Central Asia languages. It is also used as an equivalent name for the Christian holiday Christmas.

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  • Nardoqan or Nardugan (Turkish: Nardoğan or Nardugan, Azeri Turkish: Narduqan) was a Turkic holiday concept that originated from Sumerian tradition. Nowadays, it is most commonly used to refer to the winter solstice in many Central Asia languages. It is also used as an equivalent name for the Christian holiday Christmas. (en)
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  • Nardoqan or Nardugan (Turkish: Nardoğan or Nardugan, Azeri Turkish: Narduqan) was a Turkic holiday concept that originated from Sumerian tradition. Nowadays, it is most commonly used to refer to the winter solstice in many Central Asia languages. It is also used as an equivalent name for the Christian holiday Christmas. (en)
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  • Nardoqan (en)
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