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religious festival dates for 2015. this instruction applies to:- zoroastrian festivals – 2015 . dates when zoroastrian prisoners must be excused from work .
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Cultural and Religious Holidays Calendar and Glossary 2014-2015 Hina-matsuri/Festival of Dolls (Shinto) Zoroastrian) March 21 Friday Shubun-sai/Equinox
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Faith Festivals and other Celebrations (relating to Religion Zoroastrian New Year’s Day in the Shenshai calendar. September 2014 8 September
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festival of Christians in the Middle East, celebrating the Zoroastrian festivals are in celebration of nature: new year on the first day of spring,
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THE HISTORICO-CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SOGDIAN CALENDAR* By B. I. Marshak Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg The spread of Zoroastrianism in the territories of
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There are many festivals, holy days and observances in the Zoroastrian Calendar. Festivals are particularly Zoroastrian Sacred Texts (www.sacred-texts.com/zor/)
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Zoroastrian Annunciation Christian Fast of the Firstborn Jewish Maundy Thursday This calendar shows some of the main religious festivals and holidays in 2013.
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RELIGIOUS FESTIVAL DATES FOR 2013 Annex K Zoroastrian Festival Dates Zoroastrian prisoners religious festivals to be marked in an appropriate and equitable way.
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Newsletter of the Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America Shahnameh Festival. Irvine Barclay Theatre & Cheng FEZANA Bulletin are available at:
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3 Schedule of festivals. 4 Shenshai Zoroastrian Monthly Calendars : a 1379 A.Y. (2009-2010 C.E.) Zoroastrian community resisted and, to this day,
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Annex I Sikh Religious Festival Dates Sikh prisoners Jain and Zoroastrian festivals. It also sets out the principles for providing food at religious festivals.
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Festivals of light. Religious diversity in a city Gauri Puja – Deepavali – Ramadan Buddhist and Zoroastrian festivals. How are these celebrated?
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Zoroastrian rituals and prayers are solemnized in the presence of an eternal flame, which is however there are several festivals when they do come together.
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festival. The later writings connect the Gahambars with Zoroastrian should participate in the Gahambar by either donating in kind or by donating cash to support and
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Festivals of light. Religious diversity in a city Gauri Puja – Deepavali – Ramadan – Loy Krathong – Hanukkah Jewish and Zoroastrian festivals.
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Food, Faith and the Zoroastrian Community Pat Stevens her experience of festivals at the Zoroastrian Centre and talking to members. She uses the
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IRANIAN TRADITIONS & BELIEFS.YALDÂ FESTIVAL The Birth of God Mithra & Significance of Winter Solstice in Iranian Culture By Massoume Price Edition by CAIS
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Theme 5 – The Role of Religious Institutions ritual practices, the prayers and the festivals which members of the Zoroastrian community share, all reflect
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Religious Festivals August 2010 Christian Festivals Zoroastrian Festivals . Thursday 19th August- Noruz Shenshai Calendar(also known as Jamshedi or
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California Zoroastrian Center A three-day gala festival, December 19 Microsoft Word - Fezana News Bulletin October final4.doc Author: farrokh Created Date:
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for bidding prayers at the major festivals of non-Christian reli-gions, along with a short text of The Zoroastrian festival of Jamsheedi Nowruz
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the Zoroastrian whole. The Three Zoroastrian Sects: Shahenshahi, Kadmi, Fasli other festivals. Can you briefly explain the concept of the Zoroastrian calendar?
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Calendar of Religious Festivals Spring 2014 January íst (Shinto ) Oshogatsu. (or Shotgatsu) Shinto New Year, one of the most popular occasions for shrine visits.
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the Zoroastrian community, it is important to remember that the priesthood is male, Her role has been central in the maintenance of festivals
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Leeds Calendar of Major Religious Festivals August 2010 – July 2011 (Zoroastrian) The birthday of Zoroaster September/ Harvest Festival (Christian)
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Zoroastrian festival called , also known as Mukhtad to people of the Parsee community. Parsee traditions include saying prayers in temple and offering fruit,
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Equality Events Calendar 2009 (Zoroastrian) Manchester Irish Festival (6-18 Mar) The Women’s World Day of Prayer (Christian) Spring Equinox (20 – 21 Mar) (Pagan)
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Zoroastrian Association of Metropolitan Washington, Inc. – February 2004 Newsletter Page 4 Kerman, the festival is celebrated on Roj Aban, Mah Behman, which is the
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Zarathushti International Film Festival Zoroastrian Community but also to educate the viewer on Zoroastrian religion and history.
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Zoroastrian Festival Saturday December 26- Zarathosht No Diso (Death of Prophet Zarathushtr) Zoroastrian anniversary of the death of Prophet Zarathushtra.
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24 Khordad Sal Zoroastrian This festival is considered one of the most important in the Zoroastrian calendar. This is known as the 'Greater
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NEWSLETTER OF THE ZOROASTRIAN SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA Sept. – Nov. 2012 Volume XXI, No. 3 CONTENTS President’s Message 1 Tribute 2
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Religious Festival Dates Information Factsheet 2012 Page 1 of 4 Religious Festival Dates 2012 (Zoroastrian) Shubun-sai - Equinox day (Shinto)
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The Zoroastrian Houses of Yazd sown at major festivals were secured high up in its corners, a welcome relief from the monochrome grey of the house.
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ZOROASTRIAN ASSOCIATION OF METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON, INC. Tirgan, the ancient Iranian rain festival, is celebrated in July (the Tir month of the Persian
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Mehregan is one of the most ancient Iranian festivals known, not celebrated by all and is mainly regarded as a Zoroastrian festival.
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Zoroastrian Beliefs The Zoroastrian religion’s three central tenets are Good Thoughts, initiations, agricultural festivals and funeral ceremonies
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Zoroastrian Association of California September 2012 2012-2013 Executive Committee Harvest Festival and Halloween Party: Sunday October 28th,
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ZIFF7 7th Zoroastrian & Iranian cultural Film Festival – 3750Z Conditions: 1‐ The Film Maker shall send his/her film in DVD format to the
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Iranian Traditions and Celebrations NOROUZ The holiest and most joyful festival of the Iranian year By: Professor Mary Boyce November 15, 2009
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Zoroastrian Heresies -- Variations on the Basic Theme Which Weren’t Acceptable Gahambars -- Six Seasonal Festivals of the Zoroastrian Religious Year 1.
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Holiness of Izad Mah (God of moon) Klimwa cup has been mainly used for a thanksgiving festival and followers of the Zoroastrian religion.
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28 | The Age of the Sages “These concepts—a grand Zoroastrian beliefs.” festivals on earth. Nowruz is intended to anticipate the overthrow of the evil
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We have developed this Religious Festivals and Events Calendar for all staff to voluntarily use as a guide and practical resource to support academic and wider event
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Zoroastrians Their Religious Beliefs and Practices I. Zoroastrianism -History I. Title II. The seven festivals The oldest prayers
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Many important Zoroastrian annual festivals are in celebration of nature: new year celebration of Nowruz on the first day of spring (March 21); the water