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Tehranis jumps over fire at Charshanbe suri Tehranis jumps over fire at Charshanbe suri

Festival of the fire, pronounced Čāršanbe-sūrī which means red Wednesday, is last Tuesday night of the solar year before the vernal equinox, Nowruz, that is held around Farsi speaking countries. 


Festival of the fire, pronounced Čāršanbe-sūrī which means red Wednesday, is last Tuesday night of the solar year before the vernal equinox, Nowruz, that is held around Farsi speaking countries.
Iranians celebrate Charshanbe Suri by jumping over fire, displaying fireworks, get together and dance with music, make fires, and serve nuts and berries. Fewer people practice older customs nowadays such as Qashoq zani (means banging spoons), similar to Trick-or-treat.

Do not miss jumping over fire and sing “zardi ye man az to, sorkhi ye to az man”, which literally means “my yellow is yours, your red is mine.” It means you want the fire to take your problems and sickness and replace them with energy and healthiness.


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