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Novruz Bayram

by Ali Tahmazov
(Baku, Azerbayjan)

Typical table in Novruz Bayram

Typical table in Novruz Bayram

Novruz Bayram is celebrated in Azerbaijan and few more countries like Iran, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Cetra.

Novruz is a festival of spring that takes place usually on 19-22 of March.

People get together at the streets and jump over the fire. The tradition tells that this ritual cleanes up body from the sin. At the same time kids put hats on front doors, knocking and hiding after. The doors is open and then lady or man put some sweets to the hat. It's a little bit like Halloween.

At the same time this holiday has its own meal and sweets like shakarbura, pahlava, shakarchorek and so on but most important is plov (rice) while lots of guests are invited to home of friends sharing greetings.

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Aug 06, 2015
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by: Anonymous

From this article Novruz Bayram looks so amazing and it is good that people enjoy their time doing these lovely things. I like the way of your writing because in a very short article you describe all the things they do in this event. The online essay writer is also good to try because it helps a lot in studies.

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by: Danny Gael

This is not going to clean our bodies; it is only going to give us scars and microsoft tech support chat marks for the rest of our lives. Are these people mad? Are they still those long lost tribes?

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