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Afghanistan's happiness culture

NOWRUZ

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Nowruz, “New Day”, is a traditional ancient festival which celebrates the starts of the Persian New Year. It is the holiest and most joyful festival of the Zoroastrian year.

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Afghanistan's happiness cultures

Farmer's Day, also known as Nowruz, is an ancient annual Afghan festival which celebrates both the beginning of spring and the New Year. The observances usually last two weeks, culminating on the first day of the Afghan New Year, March 21, and corresponds to the first day of the Persian Calendar.[36]

Nowruz is related to a religion called Zoroastrianism which was in practice in ancient Persia before the emergence of Islam. This festival is to celebrate the arrival of spring as plants, trees, and flowers start to bloom making the weather pleasant. On the day of Nowruz, families usually celebrate the festival by cooking food and going out for a picnic. Families cook various kinds of meals, Samanak, and Haft-mewah or dry fruits that start with the letter (س) or (S) which represents the arrival of spring season. Haft-mewah contains seven dry fruits which families place in warm water two to three days before Nowruz. Samanak is another type of dessert made from wheat and sugar. Women usually get together days before Nowruz to prepare Samanak. They pour the ingredients into a big pot placed on an open fire and take turns to stir the wheat and sugar in the pot before it turns into a thick paste. Once prepared, the dessert is then served on the day of Nowruz.[37]

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Afghanistan's happiness cultures

Afghanistan's religious holidays are nearly the same as Islamic holidays. Some of the most important include Eid al-Fitr(end of Ramadan), Eid al-AdhaAshura, and Mawlid.[34] Religious minorities of Afghanistan, such as the HindusSikhsZoroastrians, and others celebrate holidays unique to their respective religion.[35]

 

Attan dance

Attan (Pashto: اتڼ‎) is a form of dance that originated in Afghanistan. Attan began as a folk danceconducted by Pashtuns in times of war or during weddings or other celebrations (engagements, new year, and informal gatherings). It is now considered the national dance of Afghanistan.[1]

The performance of attan dance in the open air has long been customary in the Pashtun culture and is carried by all Pashtuns, of all ethnic groups.[2] Attan is a special type of dance performed by a troupe of 50 to 100 dancers who wave red scarves in the air while musicians beat drums. This dance is common among the Pashtuns and promoted it as the national dance of Afghanistan.

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Atten dance in Afghanistan

 

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NOWRUZ

MULTIPLE AUTHORS

Nowruz, “New Day”, is a traditional ancient festival which celebrates the starts of the Persian New Year. It is the holiest and most joyful festival of the Zoroastrian year.

سنت_های-نوروزی-در-افغانستان-7-300x209.jpg

Afghanistan's happiness cultures

Farmer's Day, also known as Nowruz, is an ancient annual Afghan festival which celebrates both the beginning of spring and the New Year. The observances usually last two weeks, culminating on the first day of the Afghan New Year, March 21, and corresponds to the first day of the Persian Calendar.[36]

Nowruz is related to a religion called Zoroastrianism which was in practice in ancient Persia before the emergence of Islam. This festival is to celebrate the arrival of spring as plants, trees, and flowers start to bloom making the weather pleasant. On the day of Nowruz, families usually celebrate the festival by cooking food and going out for a picnic. Families cook various kinds of meals, Samanak, and Haft-mewah or dry fruits that start with the letter (س) or (S) which represents the arrival of spring season. Haft-mewah contains seven dry fruits which families place in warm water two to three days before Nowruz. Samanak is another type of dessert made from wheat and sugar. Women usually get together days before Nowruz to prepare Samanak. They pour the ingredients into a big pot placed on an open fire and take turns to stir the wheat and sugar in the pot before it turns into a thick paste. Once prepared, the dessert is then served on the day of Nowruz.[37]

سنت_های-نوروزی-در-افغانستان-7-300x209.jpg

Afghanistan's happiness cultures

Afghanistan's religious holidays are nearly the same as Islamic holidays. Some of the most important include Eid al-Fitr(end of Ramadan), Eid al-AdhaAshura, and Mawlid.[34] Religious minorities of Afghanistan, such as the HindusSikhsZoroastrians, and others celebrate holidays unique to their respective religion.[35]

 

Iran's happiness cultures

NOWRUZ III. IN THE IRANIAN CALENDAR

SIMONE CRISTOFORETTI

The day Hormoz (the first day of any Persian month) of the month of Farvardin is the New Year day in the Persian calendar; at present it coincides with the day of the vernal equinox.

NOWRUZ

MULTIPLE AUTHORS

Nowruz, “New Day”, is a traditional ancient festival which celebrates the starts of the Persian New Year. It is the holiest and most joyful festival of the Zoroastrian year.

Nowruz
نوروز‎


Growing wheatgrass is one of the most common traditional preparations for Nowruz.

Also calledAlbanian: Novruzit[note 1]
Azerbaijani: Novruz, نوروز, Новруз
Bashkir: Науруз, Nawruz
Crimean Tatar: Navrez, Наврез
Dari: نوروز‎, Nauruz
Georgian: ნავრუზი, Navruzi[note 2]
Gujarati: નવરોઝ, Navarōjha
Polish: Nowy Rok
Slovak: Nový Rok
Kazakh: Наурыз, Nawryz, ناۋ‎رىز
Kurdish: نەورۆز‎, Newroz[note 3]
Kyrgyz: Нооруз, Nooruz, نوورۇز
Lezgian: Яран Сувар, Yaran Suvar
Ossetian: Новруз, Novruz[note 4]
Pashto: نوروز‎, Nawruz
Tabassaran: Эбелцан, Ebeltsan
Tajik: Наврӯз, Navro‘z
Tatar: Нәүрүз, Näwrüz, نەوروز
Tati: Nuruz, نوروز
Turkish: Nevruz
Turkmen: Newruz, Невруз, نوروز
Urdu: نوروز‎, Nawrūz
Uyghur: نورۇز‎, Noruz, Норуз
Uzbek: Navruz, Навруз, نەۋرۇز

Observed by

 Iran
 Afghanistan
 Albania[1][2]
 Azerbaijan
 China (by Tajiks and Turkic peoples)[3]
 Georgia[4]
 India (by IranisParsis and some Indian Muslims)[5]
 Iraq (by Kurds and Turkmens)[6]
 Kazakhstan[7]
 Kyrgyzstan[7]
 Pakistan (by BalochisIranisParsis and Pashtuns)[8]
 Russia (by TabasaransCrimean Tatars, etc.)[9]
 Syria (by Kurds)[10][11]
 Tajikistan[12]
 Turkey (by AzerbaijanisKurds and Yörüks)[13][14]
 Turkmenistan[15]
 Uzbekistan

Ethnic groups[show]

TypeNational, ethnic, international

SignificanceNew Year holiday

DateMarch 19, 20, or 21

2017 dateMonday 20 March 2017
at 10:29 UTC *

2018 dateTuesday 20 March 2018
at 16:15 UTC *

2019 dateWednesday 20 March 2019
at 21:58 UTC *

2020 dateFriday 20 March 2020
at 03:50 UTC *

Frequencyannual

Norooz, Nawrouz, Newroz, Novruz, Nowrouz, Nowrouz, Nawrouz, Nauryz, Nooruz, Nowruz, Navruz, Nevruz, Nowruz, Navruz

UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage

CountryIran, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, India, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan

Reference1161

RegionAsia and the Pacific

Inscription history

Inscription2016 (4th session)

Nowruz (Persian: نوروز‎ Nowruz, [nouˈɾuːz]; literally "new day") is the name of the Iranian New Year,[30][31] also known as the Persian New Year,[32][33] which is celebrated worldwide by various ethno-linguistic groups as the beginning of the New Year.

Although having Iranian and religious Zoroastrian origins, Nowruz has been celebrated by people from diverse ethno-linguistic communities. It has been celebrated for over 3,000 years in Western AsiaCentral Asia, the Caucasus, the Black Sea Basin, and the Balkans.[34][35][36][37][38][39][40][41][42] It is a secular holiday for most celebrants that is enjoyed by people of several different faiths, but remains a holy day for Zoroastrians.[43]

Nowruz is the day of the vernal equinox, and marks the beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. It marks the first day of the first month (Farvardin) in the Iranian calendar.[44] It usually occurs on March 21 or the previous or following day, depending on where it is observed. The moment the sun crosses the celestial equator and equalizes night and day is calculated exactly every year, and families gather together to observe the rituals.

 

Chaharshanbe Suri

Chaharshanbe Suri (Persian: چهارشنبه‌سوری‎, translit. Čahār-šanba(-e)-sūrī;[1][2][3] usually pronounced Čāršamba-sūrī)[1] is an Iranian festival celebrated on the eve of the last Wednesday before Nowruz (the Iranian New Year's day).[4][5]

 

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