List of festivals in Iran - Wikipedia.
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About the Festival. Join the celebration on Sunday, March 15, from 10am to 6pm! Hundreds of Persian-American artists, musicians, singers, dancers and traditional players will assemble to ring in the Persian New Year (Nowruz) on March 15, 2020 at Tysons Corner Center, in McLean.
History off The Persian New Year by Iraj Bashiri. Introduction. The oldest of Iranian traditions, Nowruz (also referred to as eyd-i sar-i sal and eyd-i sal-i now) recalls the cosmological and mythological times of Iran.Its founder is a deputy of Ahura Mazda on earth, a position that imparts to him and the celebration a spiritual dimension and a particular sense of secular authority.
Happy New Year: (Brief Essay) We all are fond of celebrations; but a day that brings people of all customs and traditions to one point is much more enthusiastic. Such a wonderful day is New Year and this day is considered an International Holiday.
Graduation Speech: New Year - “Just as you usher in lights, lanterns and other forms of illuminations to welcome the New Year, may the New Year usher in for you new hopes, dreams and aspirations.” (Quote) This is but one of the many greetings of Chinese New Year’s that the Chinese population share and just as we will be ushering in a new semester late January, in china they will be.
An Iranian man plays with a firework in Pardisan Park in Tehran during Chaharshanbe Souri, or Wednesday Feast, an ancient Festival of Fire, on the eve of the last Wednesday of the year, when Iranians jump over burning bonfires and throw firecrackers, celebrating arrival of the spring, which coincides with their new year, or Nowruz.
Nowruz, the celebration of Iranian New Year, starts on March 20 and is considered the most important holiday in Iran. Festivities take place over 12 days and usually involve the cleaning of homes, the giving alms and the visiting of relatives. There are regional variations, with the Kurds celebrating using fire.