KHABZE. THE ORDER OF WALKING
1. If three men go together, the oldest must be in the middle of the company. On his left side is the one who is younger than he, and the youngest is on the right side of the oldest. It’s because if the youngest will be sent somewhere, the rest shouldn’t break the order of walking.
2. The horse drivers – the same.
3. If there are four men in procession, on the left side of the oldest is the one who is the second by the age, on the right side of the oldest is the one who is the third by the age. On the right side of the third is the youngest. If the second by the age leaves the company, the third by the age takes his place. On leaving or changing the place nobody should cross the way of the oldest.
4. In any situation, how many people are going, the logic of ordering must be the same - if the young one will leave the group, others must stay at their position.
5. Women should walk in the same order.
6. If a man and a woman go together, a man should be on the left side of the woman. It doesn’t depend on her age. Only a wife should be on the left side of her husband.
7. If two men and a woman go together, the woman should be in the middle of the procession. It doesn’t depend on her age. The elder of the men is on the left of her side and the younger is on her right.
8. If two women and a man go together, the man should be in the middle of the procession. It doesn’t depend on his age. But if one of these women is a mother of the man, she is in the centre and her son is on her left.