20 March 2023 - 22:52
Happy Nowrouz

Nowrooz is the most prominent Persian holiday, marking the start of the new year. This ancient event, which is strongly established in Persian history and culture, has been honored for over 3,000 years.

Iran (IMNA) - Nowrooz is observed on the spring equinox, which occurs on the 20th or 21st of March, depending on the year. Nowrooz falls on March 20th in 2023, and Persians all around the world are prepared to greet the new year with open arms.

The celebration is a moment for rebirth, regeneration, and introspection. It is time to put the past behind us and look forward.

Happy Nowrouz

The days preceding up to Nowrooz are spent cleaning and decluttering the home, as a clean home is said to bring good luck in the new year. Many also buy new clothes to wear on Nowrooz, as this represents starting over.

The Haft Sin, a traditional table adorned with seven symbolic items beginning with the Persian letter "sin," is the focus of the Nowrooz celebration.

These items symbolize health, prosperity, love, beauty, knowledge, fertility, and patience. The Haft Sin is a source of pride and joy for everyone because each family adds their own personal touches to it.

Typically, the table is arranged with seven symbolic items that begin with the Persian letter "sin";  sabzeh, senjed, sib, seer, samanu, serekh, and somaq are the main elements of Haft Sin.

Happy Nowrouz

Nowrooz is a time to celebrate by dining and indulging in delectable Iranian cuisine. Sabzi Polo Mahi, which is herbed rice served with fish, is a famous Nowrooz meal.

Other classic foods include a herb omelet called Kookoo Sabzi and a soup called Ashe Reshte, which is composed with beans and noodles. Nowrooz is celebrated not only in Iran, but also in neighboring Persian-speaking countries such as Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.

It is a moment for all Persians to commemorate their shared history and culture.

Warm wishes on Nowruz to all people around the world.

Happy Nowrooz

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