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(Festival of Fire (Chahar Shanbeh Soori

The eve of the last Tuesday of Iranian calendar is considered as Chahar Shanbeh Soori or Festival of Fire. People in all parts of Iran (IRAN ROYAL HOLIDAYS) celebrate this festival with light and fire. As a result, you can see bonfires being lit up in almost all the public places. People in Iran celebrate Chahar Shanbeh Soori with fire with the hope of achieving happiness and enlightenment throughout the upcoming year

(Festival of Fire (Chahar Shanbeh Soori

Chahar Shanbe Suri | One of the most important things to do in Iran is to check out the calendar for annual festivals. Iran holds and celebrates various events and festivals all year round. Some of the rituals and festivals in Iran consist of religious ceremonies and rites, and many others have more historic and ceremonial backgrounds which can be tracked in to pre-Islamic era.(iran tours) There are also many feasts and celebrations to pay homage to many deities and they are mostly farming festivals. The festivals in Iran vary greatly by region due to Iran’s multi-ethnic make-up. One of the most  important and old festivals is Chahrshanbe Suri

The eve of the last Tuesday of Iranian calendar is considered as Chahar Shanbeh Soori or Festival of Fire. People in all parts of Iran celebrate this festival with light and fire (iran tours) . As a result, you can see bonfires being lit up in almost all the public places. People in Iran celebrate Chahar Shanbeh Soori with fire with the hope of achieving happiness and enlightenment throughout the upcoming year.

(Festival of Fire (Chahar Shanbeh Soori

First of all, it is important to have a clear understanding about how the Chahar Shanbeh Soori originated. As per the historical information, the festival of fire dates back to 1,700BC. During this time, people who lived in Iran celebrated the festival of Hamaspathmae daya. It was celebrated throughout the last five days of the Iranian year with the objective of honoring the spirits of dead ancestors. It is now being celebrated as Farvardigan festival. However, it was replaced by Chahar Shanbeh Soori along with time and several cultural aspects were added to it

This is a warm welcome to Noruz and its attendant customs that precedes the festival of Sizdah Be-dar (lit. “to get rid of thirteen”) a Festival of “Joy and Solidarity” celebrated on the 13th day of the Iranian New Year, which brings the Noruz celebrations to an end.

(Festival of Fire (Chahar Shanbeh Soori

Today only the name remains of many of these customs. Instead various kinds of firecrackers have become part of the celebrations. Unfortunately every year some people are hurt and hospitalized by the fireworks. Chaharshanbe Suri, however, remains one of the most important and joyous national festivals for Iranians around the world.

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