Persian New Year

The Persian New Year is being celebrated in all it’s glory and tradition. I wish all friends and most wonderful people, and  the beautiful country of Iran a prosperous and great New Year.

Eide shomah mobarak

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May be all come together in peace, mindfulness and compassion for one another .

Flowers have the words here.

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19 Responses to Persian New Year

  1. Peter Klopp says:

    Flowers are the means by which we show love, compassion and understanding. It is also Equinox, so let us celebrate with your flowers the beginning of a new season, Cornelia! They are very lovely indeed.

    • Aw, thank you so much Peter, yes the Equinox is when the Persian new year is being celebrated. I had been married to a Persian man for 21 years, so I know lots about the beauty of this celebration. Thank you so much for taking out time for responding, enjoy your family.

  2. Beautiful flowers in all her bloom and you know Cornelia I am a Zoroastrian Irani and we will be laying the table and doing all the works for this Navroze. Thanks.

  3. Laleh Chini says:

    Awww, happy norooz ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  4. arv! says:

    I wonder if the world remembers Zoroastrians

  5. Lovely image, Cornelia. Did you take this at the Carlsbad Flower fields?

  6. Flowers often come with peace, don’t they. These are gorgeous and gorgeously captured.

  7. Megala says:

    Lovely blossoms! I like their beautiful pink color.

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