Category: Cultural events

Chaharshanbe Soori

Chaharshanbe Soori is a particular and important common ritual of spring festival among Iranian tribes, which is held before Nowruz (New Year) in Iranian culture. Chaharshanbe Soori is one of the Nowruz rituals which dates back to Iranian ancient rituals in which the fire is the most important element in all regions and also it is common in different forms […]

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Sadeh Festival

The “Sadeh festival” is the largest fire celebration and one of the oldest known traditions in ancient Persia, which is celebrated forty days after the Yalda Night as thanksgiving from God’s blessings by Zoroastrians. This celebration is a sign of the importance of light, fire, and energy in life, which begins with setting the fire on the […]

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Fajr Decade

Iran is an Islamic country owes its Islamic dimensions to the great revolution, known as the Iranian Islamic Revolution of 1977 (1357 SH), which done by huge crowd participation of the public, Islamic characters, clerics, students, merchants, opposing political parties, intellectuals and etc., who expressed their dissatisfaction with the situation of the Imperial regime in many different […]

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Yalda Night

Yalda Night (Chelleh night) is one of the most beautiful and longest nights of the year in Iran where the ceremonies and celebrations are held in different ways based on the special traditions of each region. The word Yalda means birth, and the Yalda Night is one of the traditional ceremonies in Iran, which is held by Iranians […]

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Kharman Celebration

Agriculture is one of the sacred jobs that people in different regions have been busy with since past times. The celebration of Kharman (harvest) is a traditional, olden and lasting ceremony in northern Iran which is held at the end of the agricultural season after a period of planting and harvesting the products of wheat and rice paddy […]

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Tasu’a & Ashura

The month of Muharram is the first Islamic month of the Islamic calendar, one of the forbidden months of Muslims, in which the greatest tragedy and oppression in the Prophet’s family occurred in the history of the Muslim world. Ashura is one of the events attracted the most attention of Muslims throughout history, that in addition to its extensive role […]

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Ghadir Khom, the regional name in Saudi Arabia, was on the way to Mecca in Medina, where the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), at the return of his last Hajj journey in March 632 (18th Dhu al-Hijjah), gathered all the Muslims who were with him in that place and declared “to whomsoever I am Mawla, Ali is also their Mawla.” There is a difference […]

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Eid Al-Adha (Eid-E Ghorban)

Eid al-Adha is one of the great and important ceremonies of Muslims on the tenth day of Dhu al-Hijjah, which, unlike many Islamic ceremonies, has not been disputed and is considered to be the Eid for all Muslims. The official holiday of Eid al-Adha in the Islamic calendar of the countries is from one to four days […]

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Eid Al-Fitr

Eid al-Fitr is one of the great and important Islamic events after the end of the holy month of Ramadan, when Muslims spent a month of fasting and refusing to eat and drink, and doing many mubah, with particular customs. The first day of the month of Shawwal (the tenth month of the lunar Islamic calendar) is variable […]

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Laylat Al-Qadr

There are different times in a year some of which more important with a special grandeur due to the blessings and mercy of God and his effects on these times. One of these special times is Laylat al-Qadr in Islam which is the most valuable night in a year. The importance of this night has been described in holy Quran verses and an […]

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