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Turmeric & Saffron: Growing Seeds (Sabzeh) For Nowruz (Persian New Year)

Turmeric & Saffron: Growing Seeds (Sabzeh) For Nowruz (Persian New Year)

Nowruz: Persian New Year's Table Celebrates Spring Deliciously

Nowruz: Persian New Year's Table Celebrates Spring Deliciously

In every home, the haftseen table is decorated with seven items – since seven is considered a lucky number. Each item begins with the letter sin (s) in Persian, and each item is a symbol of spring and renewal.

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Haji Firuz images, Tehran.Hāji Piruz or Hajji Piruz, (Persian: حاجی پیروز) is the traditional herald of Nowruz, the Persian New Year. He oversees celebrations for the new year perhaps as a remnant of the ancient Zoroastrian fire-keeper. His face is covered in soot and he is clad in bright red clothes and a felt hat. While ushering in Nowruz, Hajji Firuz plays a tambourine and sings "Hāji Firuz-e, sal-i-ye ruz-e"

Haji Firuz images, Tehran.Hāji Piruz or Hajji Piruz, (Persian: حاجی پیروز) is the traditional herald of Nowruz, the Persian New Year. He oversees celebrations for the new year perhaps as a remnant of the ancient Zoroastrian fire-keeper. His face is covered in soot and he is clad in bright red clothes and a felt hat. While ushering in Nowruz, Hajji Firuz plays a tambourine and sings "Hāji Firuz-e, sal-i-ye ruz-e"

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