Navroz, also known as Nowruz, is the day that celebrates the beginning of the Parsi New Year for adherents of the Zoroastrian religion. Every year, it is celebrated on August 16 in India. The Parsi New Year starts on the first day of Farvardin, the first month of the Zoroastrian calendar, which is the first day of the month of Farvardin.
The day is also known as Jamshed-i-Nouroz, in honour of the Persian monarch Jamshed, who is credited with establishing the Parsi calendar in the first place. Navroz is observed all around the globe at the time of the spring equinox, which occurs around March 21. The Shahenshahi calendar, on the other side, is used by Parsis in India but does not take leap years under consideration. As a result, the Parsi New Year is observed in India after 200 days it is celebrated throughout the world.
Parsi New Year History
The observance of the Parsi New Year is said to have originated more than 3,000 years ago. In Persia (now Iran), the messiah Zarathustra established Zoroastrianism, which is among the world’s oldest recorded monotheistic faiths. It is one of the world’s oldest known monotheisms. It was among the most significant faiths in the ancient world until the rise of Islam in the seventh century.
It was the religion of the ancient world. The Islamic conquest of Persia forced many Persians to flee to India and Pakistan, where they are still living today. Since then, these festivals have become an integral part of Indian tradition, and individuals around the world join together to enjoy them.
Significance of Parsi New Year
Navroz is a day on which people worship for good health and success in their lives. In addition, the Parsis believe that it is a day of salvation of souls and a moment for atonement. On the festival of Navroz, Parsis pay a visit to the fire temple.
Parsi New Year Celebrations
On this day, the Parsi community participates in a variety of cultural events. Various events are held all around the world to commemorate this occasion. On this day, Parsi people cook a variety of dishes that are unique to them.
On this day, Parsi folks believe in beginning a new company or buying something new, as well as wearing new clothing, giving presents, and giving generous contributions to charity organisations. Not only are the homes thoroughly cleaned and adorned before this day, as well as the cleaning of one’s thoughts, body, and spirit from any bad thoughts and actions is observed on this day.
Parsi New Year Food
The Parsi New Year is centred on the consumption of traditional dishes. This important day is dedicated to the preparation of saas ni machchi, mora dhan chawal, berry pulao, cutlets, marghi na farcha (fried chicken), custard, and other delectables.
Parsi New Year 2023 Wishes
Success in all you accomplishments in life, as well as the fulfillment of all of your sincere desires, is my wishes for you. Happy New Year and best wishes for a year filled with happiness and success. Navroz Mubarak (Happy New Year)
As the New Year starts, let us join together in prayer for a year filled with peace, happiness, and plenty. God’s blessings on you as you begin this New Year.
Wishing you a happy Navroz! This New Year’s Eve, I hope for the happiness and well-being of you and your family. I wish you achieve everything in the upcoming year. Happy New Year! Navroz Mubarak!
The beginning of a new year heralds the arrival of 365 blank pages on which you should create the most beautiful chapter of your life. Wishing you a happy Navroz!
You are wishing on this day, and for the rest of your life, all that is bright and lovely, everything that is great and amazing. Happy New Year! Navroz Mubarak!