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The term “thermal spring” has been used to mean the indoor hot spring for the natural spring waters and the facilities established on the hot springs.
Names of deep-rooted traditions. Baths can be defined as the only place where women socialized in the Ottoman period. Of course, it can be called the source of various entertainments… The hammam scenes in Turkish movies are the best examples of this situation… For example, you might think of the frames led by Adile Naşit. The most colorful scenes of Tosun Paşa movie take place in the “bathhouse”. Even those who have baths in their homes preferred public baths to bathe. The decency and adaptation that should be followed in the bath showed compliance with the general moral rules. Keeping the bath clean, not wasting water, not splashing water while washing, watching the queue when the bath is crowded, high
Speaking loudly and not too much, warning those who do not comply with the manners have been the most basic features of the bath culture. Almost every house already had bath bundles. It was a variety of towels, ivory combs, embroidered loincloths, items kept in a bundle … The bridal bath had a special splendor in the baths where many rituals were experienced. The bride’s bath, which was built a few days before the wedding, turned into an atmosphere of chaos with the guests invited by sending soap to their homes… The number of guests was discussed with the male side, a list of guests was created accordingly and the bath fee was allocated by the man. Embroidered loincloths, bath bowls, mother-of-pearl and ivory sides, towels were displayed in the cold room. The bride would have a distinct look from other girls by tying a futa over her loincloth and a thin tasseled veil, called arbitrary, on her shoulders. Turning around the cold pool and the hot navel stone three times was considered a tradition… The bride would chat with the guests, sing songs, eat treats and drink. After the bride was bathed in warmth, the ceremony was completed. If in puerperal or forty baths; it was done after the 40th day of the baby’s birth. First of all, midwives and neighbors related to relatives were invited, health checks of mother and baby were made, information was exchanged on child health and care. Forty baths were built, which were so spectacular to resemble a wedding. The puerperant wears silk loincloth like a bride, and wears mother-of-pearl clogs. The baby was swaddled with a shawl. Bathers and bath masters would enter the puerperant’s arms, in the front, oud tree was burned in silver censer and accompanied by songs, the pool in the window was walked around. She was washed in the puerperium and took the ablution of the ghusl, tied a belt around her waist and underwent a kind of health check. The child was bathed in warmth, in the lap of the midwife.
A duck egg was rinsed in a bowl and rubbed on the body of the child, which was wiped with soft soapy cheesecloth. The midwife used to hit the water flowing from the faucet to the basin, and he would recite three Ihlâs and one Fatiha and transfer the shearing water to the kurna. The child was bathed in this water, then swaddled. Reflections of many more social events have come to life in hammams and become traditional… That’s why the bath culture has always lived and renewed its importance.