Gregeyan party invites
Client from UAE, 2017 .
Greygan is a Gulf custom in which children celebrate the middle of Ramadan, and in some area the middle of Shawal. The children go house to house singing and chanting, and collect nuts and sweets and each house. The name Gregeyan comes from the sound of rattling on doors or some say from the sound of the clashing tins the sweets would traditionally come in.