Lazarice in Serbian language and Lazaruvane in Bulgarian language is tradition of procession during the Bulgarian Orthodox feast of Lazareva Subota (Lazarus Saturday, the Bulgarian Orthodox feast is different from other churches) the parade consists of six maids.
Lazarki day is a Bulgarian traditional festive day for young girls. It is only one day in the year usually - Saturday before the day of flowers (Flowerday). Children that are became a women during the last year are called Lazarki. They perform ritual Lazaruvane.
When a girl become Lazarka after that she can be engaged and married.
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