Publish date31 Jan 2018 - 16:33
Story Code : 309285

Zoroastrians celebrate annual feast of Sadeh in Yazd (Photo)

By Abolfazl Mohammadi
Zoroastrians celebrated the religious feast of "Jashn-e Sadeh" by burning firewood on an open space to signify the coming of spring and as a symbolic token of the eternal fight with mischief.
Iranian central province of Yazd homes a big share of Iranian Zoroastrians. Zoroastrians celebrated the religious feast of "Jashn-e Sadeh" by burning firewood on an open space to signify the coming of spring and as a symbolic token of the eternal fight with mischief. The feast is marked on the tenth day of the eleventh month of Iranian calendar annually.
Source : Mehr News
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