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A greeting card for the occasion of Bahmangan, one of ancient Iranian festivities. The Bahmangan symbol flower Zardak-e Sahra, Shaqaqol (parsnip) blooms in the month of Bahman (January-February) Special treats for celebration were made using Shaqaqol.
Postcard for the occasion of Mordadgan or Amordadgan, one of ancient Iranian Festivities. Mordadgan is mostly celebrated on the 3rd day of the month of Mordad or July, 24th in Gregorian calendar.Iris (Zanbagh-e Gilan) is the Flower symbol of Amordadgan.
A postcard for the occasion of the Shahrivargan feast, also celebrated as ancient Persian Fathers Day is one of ancient Iranian Festivities. It is one of 12 monthly Iranian Feasts and one of Persian water festivals.
Defying sanctions, military threats and assassination of scientists, a new celebration has been added to Iranian Festivities for Nuclear achievements on Farvardin, 20 (April, 8) indicating the willingness to experience rights to peaceful nuclear energy.
Every year Zoroastrian community celebrates Sadeh in Tehran Fire Temple.The most elaborate report of the celebration of Sadeh after the dominations of Muslims over Iran comes from the 10th century AD during the reign of Mardaviz of Ziyarid dynasty.
A postcard for Mehregan, one of the most important Iranian Festivities.Ceremonies may start any time during the month of Mehr depending on traditions. Mehregan; a name-day feast, is to honor the Yazata of Mehr, deity of friendship, affection and love.

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