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Nowruz celebrations in Turkey and Georgia

Hundreds of thousands celebrated the Iranian New year in Turkey’s largely Kurdish city of Diyabikar. This ancestral festival, which has been observed for more than 3,000 years, marks the Iranian New Year and is primarily celebrated by Iranic peoples in Iran, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, India, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Iraqi Kurdistan and Turkey.

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Photos: The best of Nowruz 1392

The festival of Nowruz is celebrated by many groups of people in the Middle East, Central and South Asia, but particularly by Persians or various Iranian Peoples. It is called Navroz in India, Nevruz in Turkic, Uyghurs who live in Northwestern China call it “Noruz”, and it is called Sultan Nevruz in Albanian. [...]

Nauryz holiday in Kazakhstan

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Norooz App for iPhone, iPad, Android Phones and Tablets

Norooz is a colorful children’s app that uses age-appropriate language and interactive features to explain the official start of the Persian New Year and the many traditions surrounding this festive holiday, which has been celebrated by Iranian people for more than 3,000 years.

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Rastak Band – Sornaye Norouz

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Nowruz 2013 – Send Persian New Year greeting ecards

Wish that Nowruz brings the blessings of happiness, prosperity and love. Reach out to all you know with this New Year greeting. Invite and wish a friend or a loved one for a grand celebration on Nowruz with…

 

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New York: 10th Persian Day Parade 2013 and Chaharshanbeh Souri

Sunday April 14 2013 – 12PM Madison Avenue – 39th Street to 26th Street

This event will draw a record cheering crowd of Iranian Americans, curious tourists, and mainstream Americans. Many Iranians will travel across the ocean to witness this majestic event.

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Chicago – 4th Annual Nowruz Parade

Saturday, March 30, 2013 Downtown

We invite you once again to join the CNP.  We ask for your support in the spirit of Nowruz, which means that we are asking for your presence, your joy, your warmth and your solidarity.

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Feliz Noruz

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