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Turnabaziš,Atashbisheh

مرداد ، آتش بیشه


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- Mordad:/Turnabazish 5th month of Persian Solar Calendar.Mordad has 31 days and in more years begins on 23 July and ends on 22 August. In some years, Mordad begins on 22 July and ends on 21 August. Mordad is the second month of summer after Teer, and is followed by Shahrivar.The name Mordad derives from Middle Persian 'Amurdad' from Avestan 'Ameretat', the Zoroastrian divinity of "immortality", and under whose protection the month stands. Also is the name of Iranian Company founded in 2007.- Mordadgan or Amordadgan is of month name Persian Festivities celebrated in Mordad (Wikipedia) - Mordad is the fifth month of the Iranian civil calendar of 1925. Mordad has 31 days and in more years begins on 23 July and ends on 22 August. In some years, Mordad begins on 22 July and ends on 21 August. Mordad is the second month of summer after Teer, and is followed by Shahrivar. The name 'Mordad' derives from Middle Persian 'Amurdad' from Avestan 'Ameretat', the Zoroastrian divinity of "immortality", and under whose protection the month stands. Also is the name of Iranian Company founded in 2007. Mordad This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2006) Mordad is the fifth month of the Iranian calendar. Mordad has 31 days and in more years begins on 23 July and ends on 22 August. In some years, Mordad begins on 22 July and ends on 21 August. Mordad is the second month of summer after Teer, and is followed by Shahrivar. The name 'Mordad' derives from Middle Persian 'Amurdad' from Avestan 'Ameretat', the Zoroastrian divinity of "immortality", and under whose protection the month stands. Also is the name of Iranian Company founded in 2007. v t e Months of the Iranian calendar Farvardin Ordibehesht Khordad Tir Mordad Shahrivar Mehr Aban Azar Dey Bahman Esfand This standards- or measurement-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e This Iran-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v t e

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