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A Voice from Iran

The exact moment that the sun crosses the celestial equator and equalizes night and day is calculated each year which marks the beginning of Persian New Year.


Millions of people celebrate the Persian new year all over the world at the exact time no matter what time zone they are in.


Norooz goes back thousands of years to when Persia was a great empire that covered a huge part portion of the map, which nowadays has been divided to many different countries.


Many of those countries still celebrate some of the old Persian traditions. Back in Iran, Norooz is an important holiday where all the schools are closed for two weeks.


Norooz started with the Zoroastrians but is now celebrated by many different religious. The Iranian calendar starts from the first day of spring which is March 21st  of each year. Close families gather around a special table…

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