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Posted 15 March 2008 - 02:35 AM

Can Admins please sticky this thread...Thanks.

According to http://www.earthcalendar.net/, Nowrooz is a public holiday
in the following 10 countries:

Afghanistan March-21 Nawroz (New Year's Day )
Albania March-21 Nevruz Day
Azerbaijan March-22 Novruz Bayram
Iran March-21 Nooruz (Persian New Year)
Iraq March-21 Spring Day
Kazakhstan March-22 Nauryz Meyrami (Traditional Spring Holiday)
Kyrgyzstan March-21 Nooruz (Persian New Year)
Tajikistan March-21 Navrus
Turkmenistan March-21 Nov Ruz Bairam
Uzbekistan March-21 Navruz (Persian New Year).


Other Sources:
http://www.qppstudio...afghanistan.htm
http://www.qppstudio...008/albania.htm
http://www.qppstudio.../azerbaijan.htm
http://www.qppstudio...ys2008/iran.htm
http://www.qppstudio...ys2008/iraq.htm
http://www.qppstudio.../kazakhstan.htm
http://www.qppstudio.../kyrgyzstan.htm
http://www.qppstudio.../tajikistan.htm
http://www.qppstudio...urkmenistan.htm
http://www.qppstudio.../uzbekistan.htm




Surprising:
Egypt & Syria have Mother's day on 21 March could this be our Nowrooz? after all Nowrooz means new day, it's the birth of spring, could Egyptians and Syrians identified
this birth with Mother?? does anyone know?

Count Down To Nowrooz:
http://www.farsinet.com/norooz/

This year, Nowrooz is start of year 1387 Anno Hijri/Sal-e Hejri-e Khorshidi, year 1378 Zoroastrian Fasli Calendar(aka Jamshidi or Yazdgerdi year),
year 3747 Zoroastrian Kadmi Calendar(this is old zoroastrian calendar that is based on 1739B.C.) and also Baha'i New Year, this year it's 164th year of Baha'i religion and year 2567 Shahanshahi(of foundation of persian empire), in the 1970s Iranian Calendar had its base changed from hejri shamsi to shahanshahi, from 1979 hejri shamsi became base once again for the calendar.

Nowrooz, Iranian Calendar, Zoroastrian Calendar
http://www.persia.or...ure/nowruz.html
http://www3.sympatic...strian/cal.html
http://en.wikipedia....ranian_calendar
http://www.celebrate...m/newyears.html
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Posted 15 March 2008 - 06:07 AM

Here we go, this is the exact time for "Sal Tahvil" in the countries that have Nowrouz as public holiday. Although only Iran,Afghanistan and Azerbaijan have Nowrooz as their first day of new year, in the other seven countries it's only a public holiday.

Thursday 20 March 2008, Panjshanbeh 1 Farvardin 1378.
Tehran 09:18:19 AM
Dushanbe 10:48:19 AM
Kabul 10:18:19 AM
Samarqand 10:48:19 AM
Ashgabat 10:48:19 AM
Almaty 11:48:19 AM
Bishkek 11:48:19 AM
Baku 09:48:19 AM
Baghdad 08:48:19 AM
Tirana 06:48:19 AM
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Istanbul 07:48:19 AM
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