Nowruz

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Noun1.Nowruz - (Persian) the new year holiday in Iran and Azerbaijan and Afghanistan and Pakistan and parts of India and among the Kurds; comes at the vernal equinox
Farsi, Persian - the language of Persia (Iran) in any of its ancient forms
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In the Sino district, on the day of the holiday, cattle slaughter is allowed on Pakhtakor 7, 27 Turgeneva, Navruz 280, Rohi Nav 196, Lermotnova 3, Khuvidulloeva 12, Hayoti Nav 73 and 313, Chorteppa, 47, Bunyodkoron, 24, Obodkoron, 70/2, in the area of the US Embassy in Tajikistan, Luchobi Bolo 80, Kazokon, 27, Panjrud 125, Navobod Bolo 163, Hamadoni 27/3, Dehi Bolo 200
His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani attends the opening session of the fifth summit of Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia (CICA) His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani took part in the opening session of the fifth summit of Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia (CICA) held in Navruz Palace in Dushanbe Saturday.
The main events of the summit will be held in the "Kohi Navruz" palace.
Samarkand's hotels get booked up by tour groups, especially during the spring festival of Navruz and in the early summer and autumn (peak travel times) so book ahead.
Halal Food: Limited, in comparison to Moscow, but both Eastern European restaurant Navruz and Oh!
Financial analyst Navruz Melibayev said this heretofore unorthodox form of banking will find a receptive market in Uzbekistan.
Thanks to the state independence, we revived one of our greatest ancestors' holiday - navruz, which has over 5000 year history and made it a world holiday.
Ays Tea by Navruz International benefited from the company's distribution potential and reached a high number of consumers to hold a 16% off-trade value share at the end of the review period.
Soliev told about and showed photos of cultural recreation state complex "Kokhi Navruz" (Palace of Navruz) in Dushanbe.
Not-allowing Uzbek, Turkmen and Baloch people to educate in their own languages; burning Turkic books; destroying ancient Buddha sculptures of Bamiyan, Hazaristan; banning of Navruz celebration that does not belong to Afghan culture; and changing the name of cities, districts and villages are other examples.
Such was the case in Uzbekistan where this rehabilitation was officially recognized by presidential decree in February 1989, followed by the creation of the Navruz Foundation and then the Navruz International Charity Foundation in 1992.