The cold December night did not feel in the room thanks to Turkish carpets on the floor and wall tapestries, it was warm, light and comfortable, rang female laughter and music. Servants carried the dishes with meat balls, stuffed with fragrant spices with stewed mutton and trays of fresh fruit, jam pink lepestkov- cooking this delicacy famous Amir; all washed down with countless cups of fragrant, sugary-sweet mint tea, which is so fond of in Egypt. The reception was not a jubilee or associated with any event - a reception for entertainment and communication. The guests put on their best Amira toilets and expensive jewelry. In the living room air mingled scents of winter roses and fine spirits. Due to the sudden increased demand in the Far East, cotton and grain needs in post-war Europe, Egypt experienced an economic boom; guest Amira, whose husbands are doing well, to demonstrate their wealth, and she Amir wore gold and diamond jewelry, who generously gave her Ali.