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Navroz Mubarak

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Jamshed-i-Nouroz / Navroz Mubarak/ Haapy Navroz 2019 Quotes, Wishes, Images, SMS, Whatsapp Messages & Parsi New Year Status:-

Parsi New Year is also touted as the#NavrozMubarak day which is celebrated as the Iranian or Persian New Year. This is a kind of festival which is being celebrated worldwide with much rejoicing.

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Navroz or Parsi New Year is celebrated by people who are the residents of the countries including, Iran, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, India, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Russia, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.  As the name says, Parsi New Year celebration is done by Parsi people as per the Persian Calendar.

Parsi New Year is one of the biggest celebrations for Parsi and it is also known as Navroz Mubarak or Jamshed Navroz.  It is named after Jamshed, who was king of Persia, and the celebration Navroz also marked as an important celebration for the Parsi community.

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As per the Holy Writ, King Jamshed was the crucial person who had brought Parsi Calendar into the light.  On the day of Navroz Mubarak, the Parsi community firstly cleans their houses properly then they decorate the same with various kind of stuff.  They wear new clothes and prepare delicious cuisine.

They invite guests to come in their house and they exchange wishes and sweets and gifts with each other.  In some landmark places, fireworks also set off in the sky which is the sign to welcome the New Year.

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Parsi New Year is also called as Novroz, which is mainly celebrated in Iran.  Even though different countries name the Navroz Mubarak in a different way but the still style of the celebrations is the same mostly in the countries.

As we all know that normal New Year, the celebration is done by the Gregorian calendar, this Parsi New Year is celebrated as per the Persian Calendar.  As per the Persian Calendar, the Parsi New Year 2018 this year comes in 21st March.

Parsi New Year marks start of the year for Iranians. It is also marked as the holiday as per the Zoroastrian calendar.  People irrespective of their religion, traditions, and cultures actually celebrate this New Year which is called Navroz Mubarak.  People visit Zoroastrian temples known as “Dar-E Mehr” (Persian) or “Agiyari” (Gujarati), it is also called “Fire Temple” soon after their breakfast to seek blessings from the God.

Jamshed-i-Nouroz / Navroz Mubarak/ Happy Navroz 2019 Quotes, Wishes, Images, SMS, Whatsapp Messages & Parsi New Year Status

Wish you all a Very Very Happy Parsi New Year 2019

#NavrozMubarak App Sab Ko

Aap Ko Aur Aapke Pure Parivaar Ko #NavrozMubarak and Happy Navroz

Hope this festival will bring massive happiness and property in each being’s life. Happy Navroz Mubarak 2019

Is Baar Navroz Mubarak Mere Sabhi Dosto Ko Aur Khuda Kare Aap Sab Ko Kaafi Tarakki Mile

I wish U will have a Happy and prosperous Navroz – #NavrozMubarak  2019

Hope this Parsi New Year will bring massive happiness and sauces in each student’s life who are in school or college. So kids study hard – Happy Parsi New Year

Let’s enjoy this Parsi New Year with immense enjoyment and zeal. Navroz – #NavrozMubarak 2019

Navroz is always I regarded my fav festival and I love to enjoy this festival with my friends and family – #NavrozMubarak 2019

We will enjoy this Parsi New Year with plenty of goodness and fun – #NavrozMubarak  2019

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