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Synonyms for Nowruz

(Persian) the new year holiday in Iran and Azerbaijan and Afghanistan and Pakistan and parts of India and among the Kurds

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According to our ancient traditions, we meet with the intelligentsia every year on the eve of Navruz Holiday and always take into account their ideas on the moral development of our society, because the intelligentsia is the light of knowledge and golden reserve of our nation from whom the society's literacy depends significantly.
Intelligence refers to the tasks carried out by an object equipped with intricate and accurate recognition functions, correct thinking and judgment capabilities, as well as effective implementation features (Ritter, Kilinc, Navruz, & Bae, 2011).
Navruz is symbolic to this common heritage, President Zardari said in his remarks at the Navruz International Conference-2012 here, which marked the beginning of Navruz celebrations in the Central Asian state of Tajikistan.
Uzun yillar Komunist Partisinin bir uyesi olan Lezgilerden Navruz Nezirov'un, "Men fikirlesirem ki peygamber, Kur'an-i Kerim, peygamberin kelamlari, hadislerini bize kadagan edenler bizden ne isteyirdiler?
The spring New Year holiday (navruz), the start of Ramadan, the feast of the Breaking of the Fast (id-al-fitr), and the sacrifice feast (kurban bayram) were observed by Soviet Muslim citizens who continued, at the same time, to drink alcohol and eat pork.
Mirziyoyev suggested to meet annually before Navruz and invited all leaders to visit Tashkent in 2019.
However, one can say without any doubt that the festive ceremonies and events held to welcome Navruz, which now festively enters our land and stands as a symbol of rejuvenation, renovation and beginning of oriental New Year, surely cannot be compared to any holiday.
The presidents also congratulated each other on Navruz.
Just as we do on Diwali, my family celebrates and partakes in celebrations of Eid Al-Fitr, Eid Al-Adha, UAE National Day, Christmas, Easter, Halloween, Navruz, Onam, Navratri, Durga Puja, Pongal, Uttran, Baisakhi, Holi and tens of global culture-based festivities.
On the occasion of the Navruz spring festivity, Uzbekistan's Permanent Delegation to UNESCO Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva, Islam Karimov's younger daughter, held on March 15 a cultural event devoted to Uzbek literature and arts at the Uzbek embassy in Washington.
These days all our compatriots, both senior and young, do welcome with joy, delight and open hearts the symbol of spring, rejuvenation and revival - the holiday of Navruz that enters our homes with blessed spirit by saying: "Welcome to our land, the world of Navruz!"