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Newroz: Kurdish New Year 21 March 2014

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Published on Mar 9, 2013

Newroz meaning "The New Day" is the name of the Kurdish Medes/Median New year in Medes calendars and the corresponding traditional celebrations. Newroz, the Kurdish New Year, on the 21st March is celebrated is the result of the spirit of resistance of the Kurdish people and symbolizes this today. , Newroz "literally means, the new day" and has over from the words, New,Nwe,Nu "( New) and, Ro-Roz-Rozh" (Day), only "'and, Nawroz," too, developed Newroz ". as festival of rebirth, it became first among Kurds median / Medes importance and was later adopted by other Iranian peoples. this is the oldest Kurdish Newroz festival. It was the first time 612 BC. celebrated in the Kusi and Medes rich and so will mark this year for the 2605th Newroz time was and is the start of a new year, when the winter is over and spring is coming, celebrated. The hard Kurdish winter, the living especially in remote mountain villages man does a hard time is over, the animals wake jus hibernation, blooms the flower world and the plump arms cases, streams and rivers rushing back iodine give it the heavenly landscape of Kurdistan their typical appearance. People feel reborn and re-energize for their hard life. Newroz is also widely referred to as the "Kurdish New Year" Newroz marks the first day of spring and the beginning of the year in Median calendar. It is celebrated on the day of the astronomical Northward equinox, which usually occurs on March 21 or the previous/following day depending on where it is observed. As well as being a Zoroastrian holiday and having significance amongst the Kurdish Zoroastrian ancestors. The moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator and equalizes night and day is calculated exactly every year and Iranian families gather together to observe the rituals. Originally being a Zoroastrian festival, and the holiest of them all, Newroz is believed to have been invented by Zoroaster himself, although there is no clear date of origin. Legend has it that Dehok who even killed his father, had brought the assassination of the then ruler Camsid to power. One day, two snakes growing out of his shoulders. Desperate, he asked doctors and wise men from across the country for help. Once he was empfonlen. he should feed the snakes daily with the brains of two young people, they would easily kill a lot. Dehok so gave his guards the order to kill two young people every day. Hatred and loathing began to stir among the people, but it was defenseless. Thanks to some compassionate guardian of Dehok, among them Ermayil and Kermayil, every month 30 young people were saved from the cruel death by the snakes instead of two human brains a sheep brain and a human brain to eat there. Hundreds had to flee to the mountains. After the epic, Shanamey Firdewsi "were these people who were breathing the free air of the mountains which might Newroz today s first Kurdish tribe. Kawa, the famous hero of the Newroz mythology broke, one day the silence of the people and organized resistance . against the despotic rule of the much rarer called Feridun who also participated in the uprising - in revenge, because his father had been sacrificed to the tyrant. And after, Shanamey Firdewsi "he was the one who Dehok killed by nails into his head hit that penetrated into the brain. The real hero's role is, however, Kawa, because he was able to persuade the people to resist and it thus freeing. The fall of Dehok made ​​of cruelty and suffering to an end. Pleasure to have overcome this hard time, and from the need to celebrate this great event, the Newroz was born. There is a remarkable parallel between the former and the present situation of the long-suffering Kurdish people. Dehok the colonial oppressors of the present and Kawa still embodies the revolutionary struggle of the Kurds. That is also the reason that no power on earth can displace the Newroz. When approaching Newroz in Kurdistan large bonfires are lit. As Kawa to strike while the iron with which he called the fight, fire needed was this fire became an important symbol of Newroz.
An important symbol of Newroz Kawa also should have increased after the liberation of the people to a high mountain and there kindled a great fire have to announce the victory. Also in the Kurdish holy book, Zend Avesta "the Zoroastrian belief that fire is of great importance. So this old Kurdish faith stands with his positive attitude to the holy fire as opposed to Islam, and to Christianity, in which the fire symbolizes the hell.

Today embody the flaming flaming struggle and the longing for freedom of the Kurdish people. That tough anywhere during the time in Kurdistan Newroz fires are kindled, testifies to the unbroken desire of the Kurdish people for independence.

Newroz a Gelê Kurd Pîroz bê!!! Her bijî Newroz û Kurdistan!!!

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