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Christmas? No… Norooz! The East Globe’s People Belief about New Year

There are many differences in the beliefs and customs of the people who live in what we call the Eastern and Western parts of the world. The way certain events are celebrated can differ greatly. New Year is one of those events! We who live in Asia, especially countries which once were a part of ancient Persia like Iran,…See More
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Marziyeh Ebrahimi is an Iranian young journalist with five years' experience as a journalist in ISNA. She received her B.A & M.A in journalism and now works as a freelancer with many magazines and newspapers. She also is a researcher and has taken part in many international conferences. She enjoys writing about travel, music and visual arts.
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Marziyeh Ebrahimi is an Iranian young journalist with five years' experience as a journalist in ISNA. She received her B.A & M.A in journalism and now works as a freelancer with many magazines and newspapers. She also is a researcher and has taken part in many international conferences. She enjoys writing about travel, music and visual arts.

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Christmas? No… Norooz! The East Globe’s People Belief about New Year

Posted on April 12, 2012 at 7:06 0 Comments

There are many differences in the beliefs and customs of the people who live in what we call the Eastern and Western parts of the world. The way certain events are celebrated can differ greatly. New Year is one of those events!



We who live in Asia, especially countries which once were a part of ancient…

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