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The celebration of Nowruz has started all over the world, Google Kadodal will also be celebrating

The celebration of Nowruz has started all over the world, Google Kadodal will also be celebrating The nine-day celebration begins…

By Jack , in Latest World , at March 20, 2021

The celebration of Nowruz has started all over the world, Google Kadodal will also be celebrating

The nine-day celebration begins with the beginning of the Persian calendar, and some even attribute it to the beginning of spring.

In Iran, this day is celebrated as Eid al-Fitr and the beginning of spring when the earth’s orbit around the sun is completed and is considered Eid.

Nowadays, the festival known as Nowruz has its origins in ancient Iranian religion, but some people celebrate it as Mili in early spring and do not consider it a religious holiday.

Nine days is derived from 2 Persian words nine and day, which means new day. That is the new day of the year. This festival marks the first day of spring. According to tradition, the celebrations of this day start from March.

The creators of the nine-day celebration say that they celebrate this day as a holy day and also keep the day. While special worships are also arranged.

United Nations
On the other hand, March 21, 2010 is also celebrated by the United Nations General Assembly as International Ninth Day. The nine-day event is widely held in Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and China.

Public holiday in Iran
Nowruz is officially celebrated in the Islamic Republic of Iran, which has a 13-day holiday. Government offices are closed for five days and people walk and have fun for two weeks.

Food tradition
There is also a tradition of seven table meals in this celebration, which are compared to different things. The table is decorated with seven dishes whose names begin with the letter ‘s’.

This table is usually covered with a hand-knitted cloth called ‘tarmaha’. Above it is a book of prayers called ‘Kalam-e-Allah’ and a mirror is also placed as a symbol of life. In addition to these items, candles, a painted egg named after each member of the family, traditional sweets and bread are also decorated as a sign of prosperity in the coming year.

The festival was banned during the Afghan Taliban era as un-Islamic, but has been lifted since the fall of the Taliban regime.

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