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#حاجي_فيروز

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Sizdahbedar or Sizdah Be-dar (13 Bedar; Persian: سیزده بدر‎) is the name of a ceremony in Persian Culture. Sizdah is the Persian term for thirteen. Leaving the house on the Thirteenth Day of the New Year, and joyfully spending the day outdoors have been a national tradition since ancient times in Iran... Most of the times Sizdah Bedar coincides with the first day of April, which is known as April Fools' Day in the Western Culture."

Sizdahbedar or Sizdah Be-dar Bedar; Persian: سیزده بدر‎) is the name of a…

Haftsin tomb of Ferdowsi - Toos, Khorasan Razavi, Iran. Ferdowsi wrote the Shahnameh, the Iranian national epic. Haft sin are seven things on table to celebrate the new year.

Haftsin tomb of Ferdowsi - Toos, Khorasan Razavi, Iran.V the Shahnameh, the Iranian national epic. Haft sin are seven things on table to celebrate the new year.

The traditional herald of the Nowruz season is a man called Hājī Firuz. He symbolizes the rebirth of the Sumerian god of sacrifice, Domuzi, who was killed at the end of each year and reborn at the beginning of the New Year.His face is painted black (black is an ancient Persian symbol of good luck) and wears a red costume. Then he sings and dances through the streets with tambourines and trumpets spreading good cheer and heralds the coming of the New Year.

The traditional herald of the Nowruz season is a man called Hājī Firuz. He symbolizes the rebirth of the Sumerian god of sacrifice, Domuzi, who was killed at the end of each year and reborn at the beginning of the New Year.His face is painted black (black is an ancient Persian symbol of good luck) and wears a red costume. Then he sings and dances through the streets with tambourines and trumpets spreading good cheer and heralds the coming of the New Year.

Pretty Please Haftseen {1394} | Persian/Iranian New Year #prettypleasedesign

Realistic size for the Sofreh Aghd (ignore the haftsin items)

Kerman persian Rugs in Shadad Desert Kerman, Iran                                                                                                                                                      More

Kerman persian Rugs in Shadad Desert Kerman, Iran I feel that someday soon, Westerners will be permitted visiting some parts of Iran freely. Every country has its "bad" areas, so, must not be discouraged because of this.

Iranians jump over burning bonfires celebrating the arrival of spring which coincides with their new year, or Nowruz, which began on March 21.

Iranians jump over burning bonfires celebrating the arrival of spring which coincides with their new year, or Nowruz, which began on March //

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