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Happy Nowruz, Iranian New Year Art Print

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Haft-Seen | SHIVA'S CREATIONS|LIVING CANVAS DESIGNS: Symbolism behind Norooz: The Persian New Year...

ORIGIN OF THE HOLIDAY: NOROOZ نوروز March is a month of celebration. March 20 is when winter becomes spring. This transition of the season is the Spring Equinox, celebrated since ancient times, by people in many regions of central Asia and the middle-east. These regions were once part of the Persian Empire. The ancient Zoroastrian Persians celebrated this time as the New Year. It has been believed that it was introduced by Ahura-Mazda. They marked this occasion with many festivities that are…


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New Year / Nowrooz / Persian New Year Painting

About The Artwork Our world cultures have always fascinated me. For this painting, I was inspired by one of the rich cultures (Iranian / Persian New Year). The Persian new year is also called (Nowruz). Despite its Iranian and Zoroastrian origins, Nowruz has been celebrated by diverse communities. It has been celebrated for over 3,000 years in Western Asia, Central Asia, the Caucasus, the Black Sea Basin, and the Balkans. It is a secular holiday for most celebrants that is enjoyed by people…

Happy Iranian new year (Nowruz) 1401 #nowruz #spring

Happy Iranian new year (Nowruz) 1401 #nowruz #spring

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Nowruz is Iranian New Year, also known as the Persian New Year. It begins on the spring equinox and marks the beginning of Farvardin, the first month of the Solar Hijri calendar. The day is celebrated worldwide by various ethnolinguistic groups and falls on or around the date of 21 March on the Gregorian calendar. The day of Nowruz has its origins in the Iranian religion of Zoroastrianism and is thus rooted in the traditions of the Iranian peoples
Wishing you a joyous and prosperous Iranian New Year! Nowruz Mobarak! . #Nowruz #NowruzMobarak #PersianNewYear #HappyNowruz #SpringEquinox #IranianCulture #NewBeginnings #FamilyTraditions #CelebrationTime #RenewalAndRejuvenation #QueenEvelynOfficial
Norouz marks the first day of spring and signals the beginning of the Persian New Year and the start of the Iranian calendar. Happy Norouz
Norouz marks the first day of spring and signals the beginning of the Persian New Year and the start of the Iranian calendar. The Haft-Seen table represents nature.