Although Sudan is an Islamic country, because of the deep influence of Western culture, the performance of religion in daily life is not as obvious as in the Middle East. Due to the shackles of the canon, the Sudanese woman seems to be more traditional. As for the mens clothing, from suits to T-shirts.
Built in 1936, Hamed El Nil is located in the middle of a cemetery on the main road of the Entuman. It consists of three domes, also known as Hamed El Nil Tomb, which is said to be the tomb of the famous Sudanese national hero Hamed El Nil. According to local people, Hamed El Nil was actually buried on the Nile River after his death, about 100 kilometers away. However, shortly after his death, his aura was discovered on this site, and the devout Muslims built the mosque for future generations to recall.
Here, you can see all kinds of strange Muslim costumes, some in white robes, barefoot on the ground, some wearing green cloth neck with long beaded curtains, and some wearing priests on the head Generally pointed hats can be recognized at a glance in the shuttle crowd.
Although the costumes are different, their common point is the belief in Allah, the eyes are very firm, and there is a strong religious force in them. I cant understand it deeply, but it is keeping it.