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Norouz In Tajikistan

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Uploaded on Mar 21, 2009

Across much of the non-Arab Muslim world, people are celebrating Norouz, the festival that marks the arrival of spring and the beginning of the new year.

In Tajikistan, women prepare for Norouz by cooking sumalak, a porridge made from sprouted wheat that is traditionally eaten on the spring holiday.

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