Nevruz, strong> On March 21, covering a vast geographical area from the Balkans to Central Asia, there is a dualist approach,
Nevruz Day; strong> It is a traditional New Year or nature awakening and spring festival celebrated by Persians, Kurds, Zazas, Azeris, Anatolian Turks, Afghans, Albanians, Georgians, Turkmen, Tajiks, Uzbeks, Kyrgyzs, Karakalpaks and Kazakhs. Nevruz, first written in Persian sources in the 2nd century, represents the first day of the year according to Iranian and Baha’i calendars. In today’s Iran, although Islam is not a root, it is celebrated as a festival. Some communities celebrate this feast on March 21, while others celebrate on 22 or 23 March, representing the beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere.
It is believed that the Kurds are based on Demirci Kawa Efsanesi in the Kurdish mythology of the Nevruz festival.
In 2010, the United Nations General Assembly declared the World Nevruz Festival as a festival of Persian origin, which has been celebrated since 3000 years ago. From 28 September to 2 October 2009, the United Nations Spiritual Heritage Conservation Council, gathered among governments in Abu Dhabi, has included Nevruz into the World Heritage List of Spiritual Cultures. Beginning in 2010, the United Nations General Assembly recognizes March 21st as the “World Nevruz Day”.
Kelimenin comes from the original Persian language: the combination of the new sense of nava and daylight / day rəzaŋh. The meaning is “new day / daylight” and is still used in the same sense in today’s Persian (nev: new + ruz: day, meaning “new day”)
Roz strong> (Persian), Roch strong>, Roc strong>, Roz strong> The words Roj strong> (Kurmanci) come from Proto-Iranian “ Rauça strong>”.
In the oldest form, they were formed in Luch in Russia, Licht in Almanc, Leukos in Yun, Lux in Latin, Light in English and Luy in Armenia. Proto-Iranian is a k & gt;
In the time of Ra? kah strong> in Avesta, which is the language of the ancient Iranian language, it is basically Light.
The records where the term Nevruz first appeared in the history, M.S., is used in the old Hindu-language (the existing language group in North India today). It is the records of the Persian Empire in the 2 nd century, but there is information about the different nations that lived under the Persian Empire much earlier (between BC 648 and 330) brought gifts to the Persian Chief on Nevruz day.
the state and its communities. These are referred to as Novruz in Azerbaijan, Navruz in Kazakhstan, Nooruz in Kyrgyzstan, Nine March in the Turkish Republic of Northern Nations, Navrez in Crimean Turks, and Mevres names in Western Thrace Turks.