Nowruz, celebration of Iranian New Year
"Give me your health and give you my disease."
Before entering the New Year, the Persians will skip the raging push, say goodbye to disease and gain health, and usher in the new year. This custom has the origin of ancient Persian Zoroastrianism, and it happens to be the best way to welcome the New Year under the global epidemic.
Nowruz, the Persian New Year, means a new day in Persian, and it is the first day of the first month of Farvandin in the Persian calendar. More than two thousand years ago, the ancient Persians observed this astronomical phenomenon and endowed it with sacred meaning through Zoroastrianism. It also demonstrated this festival in the national epic. The light defeated the darkness and people were reborn.
The epidemic is still raging around the world, and celebrating Nowruz is undoubtedly the best event.
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