It is the collective behavior which is acceptable by the people in a society, in response to the circumstances and requirements of life and their daily behavior may take ceremonial formulas as in the case for the celebration of religious events (Ramadan, the Two Eids "feasts"), seasons, ….etc. Or social events (birth, marriage, death), or the celebration of Saints, as well as associated with what must be done by individuals towards each other in the sad or delightful events. This behavior followed by people in their relationship with each other throughout the day and all days. We are concerned to divide the popular customs subjects as follows: live cycles customs (birth , marriage , death) Traditions of hospitality (visits and feats) Customs of food and drink ( the quality of the food provided , etiquette of eating) Popular food household , popular restaurants , habits associated with smoking, with drinks , Popular markets (public and specializes markets) Family relations (the father's role and the role of the mother)? Etiquette (good behavior , bad behavior , the individual in society,) Practices associated with economic activities (agriculture , fishing , grazing) Folk celebrations : (the celebration of religious events – the Egyptian historical celebrations) The customary Low: ( customary issues , and judges, and judges' assistants) Knowledge of habits and customs branches: 1. Life cycle : popular habits associated with individual life cycle . the collective celebrated behavior and life practices associated with the individual's birth , his marriage and his death) including those practices of creative formats confirm the nature and entrench the concept among people.
2. Etiquette and traditions of hospitality, that behavior followed by people in a community in receiving visitors, entertaining them and expressing acceptance of their arrival , whether it is associated with festival occasion , or normal visits, concerning the difference between the visits of the relatives and the strangers.
3. Food and drink habits, with regard to this topic , life practices associated with monitoring how are food and drink habits in daily meals and celebrating religious and social events, and how it reflects the circumstances of each group to resort to those habit.
4. Household popular food : specific mentoring groups for food and reflects the special features of that group. This phase cares about food ingredients, cooking stages and the final shape with its necessary tools to do so, and the different variations in achieving it by the chef's skill and potential physical and cognitive.
5. Popular restaurants : An interest in this topic to monitor the different verities of popular markets street and popular areas that sell the food , whether permanent or transformed restaurants.
6. Smoking : this section monitors the practices associated with the process of smoking and the behavior associated with the individuals during smoking (shisha, acorn…etc., ) those practices reflect the behavior of the individuals within rural or urban communities .
7. Drinks : this section is concerned with addressing the most important drinks that are associated with particular group, as well as , alike of some of those celebrations and the popular drinks, and practices that are done during drinks process.
8. Popular markets : this section monitors the practices associated with the markets, the popularity of buying and selling , as well as, monitoring of the most important weekly markets (big and small), as well as specializes in some kinds of selling (vegetables, birds, fish, animals) which may reflect the concerns of the members of that region and their behavior during the process of buying and selling.
9. Family relations : It means the nature of the relationships , duties and behavioral arts between members of the same family (grandfather , grandmother, gather, mother, children "boy, girls", oldest or youngest, married and their wives and the unmarried. )
10. Etiquette: this is interested in literature behavioral exposure that determine the duty on the individual's performance of the behavior in his relationship with others, that duty, which the group indentifies, ensures the behavior ability to support normal relations among individuals according to the vision of the group to this behavior.
11. Practices associated with economic activities: it is concerned by (agriculture, grazing , hunting ) certain practices that characterize each group from the other. This section monitors all the practices associated with those activates.
12. Folk Celebrations: this section cares about all the practices associated with folk celebrations, whether Islamic celebrations (the prophet's birthday celebration, Ramadan , Eid El Fitre, celebrations of saints …. Etc. , both equipments and method of celebration , ), this section also deals with the Christian celebrations and practices carried out during the celebrations, also Egyptian celebrations (Easter, the fulfillment of the Nile …) including the practices , the practices , the cuisine, sitting its organization and behavior of the group during the celebrations.
13. The customary low : It deals with the lows governing the behavior of the individual within the group and the rules governing those behaviors and conditions that are taken against individuals in the case of behavior contrary to the behavior of the group , and those lows laid down by the group in exchange for formal low . this section also includes the laws governing the selection of judges and their assistants.