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Nowruz background
Nowruz is an ancient temple that has a very long history. Nowruz is based not only in our culture and history, but also in our nations and neighboring countries and in our early days. Nowruz is celebrated at the time of Jamshid, the head of the Pishdadian dynasty. Another drawing of the New Year’s Eve in Iran is the Seven Sin(Haft Sin) traditions. From the old, the number is seven, and in some cases even a sacred number. In this case, the eating was placed in a table that starts with the letter Sin. (Garlic, Vinegar, Semnou and Samaq and Hazelnut, Apple and Brunch) is a celebration of joy and hope, a celebration of the beginning of the spring and the New Year, and a commemorative celebration of the celebration of the well-deserved national traditions of our land.

 

Eid or Nowruz Day
Finally, the promised day or Nowruz comes at the same time as the spring begins.
On this day, during the delivery of the year, the entire Iranian family gathered together and waited for the firing of the ball and the start of the new year.

 

Sizdeh Bedar ~ 13th Day of Nowruz

Thirteen is one of the best days of Nowruz. People spend the thirteenth day of the year celebrating New Year celebrations after the 12th day of the year.
On this day, the green grass, which is the first few days of the New Year, is a guest of the Haft-Sin table.

سیزده بدر 1395,نحسی سیزده بدر,دروغ سیزده بدر,تاریخچه سیزده بدر

 

 

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