- n. (Persian) the new year holiday in Iran and Azerbaijan and Afghanistan and Pakistan and parts of India and among the Kurds; comes at the vernal equinox
“A snappy new group show at Queen Gallery, entitled Norouz (one of many English spellings of the word), celebrates the holiday with a varied assortment of works by seven Iranian-Canadian artists, all of whom approach the forward-looking theme - the transliteration of the Persian word nowruz is literally "new day" - with a winning combination of clear-eyed bluntness (particularly around the ongoing oppression and political turmoil in Iran) and informed hopefulness.”
“Persian New Year call it what you will: norouz, nowruz, Persian Park Day, whatever looms once again.”
“Every March great numbers of Iranians laughingly celebrate the nowruz, or New Year holiday — a fire ceremony with dances long pre-dating Islam.”
“There is less than eight hours until spring and the new year, so happy nowruz everyone!”
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