Happy Parsi New Year 2016 Greeting cards Posters Handmade design Best Navroz Mubarak cards posters

Happy Parsi New Year 2016 Greeting cards Posters Handmade design Best Navroz Mubarak cards posters:We wish you a very Happy Parsi New Year 2016 check out our new collection of Happy Parsi New Year 2016 Greeting cards Posters, Handmade design Best Navroz Mubarak cards posters  to mark the first day of the new Persian calendar year. Nowroz or Nowruz (literally translated means New Day) is celebrated in 15 countries – Iran, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, India, Uzbekistan and Pakistan. It signifies the start of a new year according to the Persian calendar. See also our best collection of Happy Parsi New Year 2016 Sms text msg for facebook whatsapp, Happy Parsi New Year 2016 HD Banner for facebook images

Happy Parsi New Year 2016 Greeting cards Posters Handmade design Best Navroz Mubarak cards posters

Happy Parsi New Year 2016 Greeting cards Posters Handmade design Best Navroz Mubarak cards posters
Happy Parsi New Year 2016 Greeting cards Posters Handmade design Best Navroz Mubarak cards posters
  • The astronomical reasons of the new year relate to the first day of spring marking the new year. The origins of the holiday started from Persia but the spread of culture and mixing of different faiths has made it a secular holiday celebrated in the 15 nations mentioned above. Here are some of the best quotes and messages that you can send to family and friends to mark the happy occasion and start a feast to celebrate the new year.
  • Indian President Pranab Mukherjee has extended his greetings to all Parsi brothers and sisters. “Greetings and good wishes to all my Parsi brothers and sisters on the joyous occasion of Navroz. The Parsi Community of India has over the years immensely enriched India and contributed enormously to the nation’s prosperity and welfare. Navroz represents new beginnings. May this festival bring happiness and prosperity to all and inspire us to spread the message of amity and goodwill far and wide”.
  • New Year begins, let us pray, that it will be a year with new Peace,
    New Happiness, and abundance of new friends, God bless you through out the new Year.
  • Wishing you an year that marks the beginning of remarkable era of success and happiness in your life. Happy New Year
  • May this New Year bring many opportunities to your way,
    Happy New Year to U. Happy Pateti.!!!
    Is new year main, Lumha Bher ki jo rafakat mil jae muj ko,
    Mai apne Subah sham tere naam ker dun, Ager tu mil jae Buz-me-History mai,
    Mai apni zindgi ki haseen shaam tere naam ker dun, Happy New Year!!!
  • Nights are Dark but Days are Light,
    Wish your Life will always be Bright.
    So my Dear don’t get Fear
    Coz, God Gift us a “Brand New Year”
    Happy New Year & Pateti
  • Naya Saal aaye banke Ujalaa, Khul jaye Aap ki Kissmat ka Taala,
    Hamesha Aap per rahe Meherban Upar wala, Ye hi Dua karta hai apka yeh chahne wala…
    Happy Pateti.!!!
  • May the glory of King spread all over, May Lord praise us in galore,
    Lets pray for happiness and prosperity, May this Parsi New Year gives us Happiness.
    Lasting ever and ever !!…Happy New Year!
  • Years come and go but this year I specially wish for you,
    A double dose of health and happiness topped with lots of good fortune.
    Have a great year ahead! HAPPY NEW YEAR!
  • Nights are Dark but Days are Light,
    Wish your Life will always be Bright.
    So my Dear don’t get Fear
    Coz, God Gift us a “BRAND NEW YEAR”
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
  • Happy Parsi New Year 2016 Greeting cards Posters Handmade design Best Navroz Mubarak cards posters
    Happy Parsi New Year 2016 Greeting cards Posters Handmade design Best Navroz Mubarak cards posters
  • In ‘The Universal Bank of God’…
    God stores his blessings & deposited 365 days full of love
    faith & happiness for you…
    So, Enjoy spending…
    Happy New Year.
  • New Year begins, let us pray, that it will be a year with new Peace
    New Happiness, and abundance of new friends,
    God bless you throughout the new year.
  • Before the golden sun sets,
    old calender is destroyed,
    And mobile networks get jammed,
    I wish in new year every moment is enjoyed.
    Happy Pateti.
  • May the stars shine upon you,
    May the flowers fill your heart with beauty,
    May hope forever wipe away your tears,
    and above all, May this New year be wonderful!
    Happy Pateti.
  • I have the opportunity
    Once more to right some wrongs,
    To pray for peace, to plant a tree,
    And sing more joyful songs.
    Happy Pateti.
  • May you achieve success in every facets of life,
    and all your heartfelt wishes comes true,
    Wishing you a Happy New Year of Happiness & Prosperity,
    Happy New Year.
  • New Year begins, let us pray, that it will be a year with new Peace,
    New Happiness, and abundance of new friends, God bless you through out the new Year.
  • Happy Parsi New Year 2016 Greeting cards Posters Handmade design Best Navroz Mubarak cards posters
    Happy Parsi New Year 2016 Greeting cards Posters Handmade design Best Navroz Mubarak cards posters
  • Navroj is first day of first month of Zoroastrian year,
    May this New Year bring many opportunities to your way,
    Happy New Year to U. Happy Pateti.!!!
    We hope you have a wonderful and prosperous year ahead. We have kept all the messages as text so that you may copy them and spread the joy to your loved ones. For more messages and greetings head on to 123greetingsquotes.com and enjoy the spirit of the new year.
  • Food forms an essential part of Navroz celebrations. ‘Faluda’ i.e. milk flavoured with rose essence, is the traditional drink prepared on this day. Pulao, rich with saffron, is a must for the lunch on Navroz. ’Ravo’, a popular Parsi dish is also made on this day.
  • The Navroz table has seven food items beginning with ‘sh’ (in Persian): sharab (wine), shakar (sugar), shir (milk), shirin berenjor (sweet meat), shahad (honey), shirin (sweet), and shira (syrup). The table also lays down seven eatables beginning with‘s’: sirka (vinegar), sumac (spice), sumanu (pudding made from wheat germ), sib (apple), sabzi (green vegetables), senjed (sorb tree berry) and seer (garlic).
  • Each of these food items signifies creation. Along with these, fresh fruits, dried fruits, nuts, and various seeds are also placed on the table. The lady of the house takes the visitors to the table, traditional rituals are performed and then everyone sits down to share and eat these food items.