Daneshmand Magazine - March 21,2023
NOWRUZ: A Persian New Year
Just as spring is a time for rebirth, the Persian New Year is a time to celebrate new life. Nowruz is celebrated on the spring equinox, which is Monday, March 20.
This celebration of spring is filled with symbolism around rebirth and renewal, because spring is a time when life is coming back after a long, cold winter.
The first meal of the Persian New Year is always fish served with herb-flecked rice filled with dill, parsley and chives in it. The two-week festival is a time of celebration with people you know, traditionally you go to people’s houses and eat lots of delicious sweets and pastries.
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