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Nowruz
نوروز
Nowruzنوروز
Ösüp barýan maýsa
Beýleki atlary Albança: Novruzit


Azerbegjança: Novruz , نوروز, Новруз
Başkirça Науруз , Nawruz
Krym tatar dilinde: Navrez , Наврез
dari. نوروز, Nauruz
Gürji dilinde(Gruziýa): ნავრუზი , Navruzi
Gujaratiçe: નવરોઝ, Navarōjha
Polşa dilinde: Nowy Rok
Slawakça: Nový Rok
Gazakça: Наурыз , Nawryz, ناۋ‎رىز
Kurdçe: نەورۆز‎ , Newroz
Gyrgyzça: Нооруз , Nooruz, نوورۇز
Lezgi dilinde: Яран Сувар , Yaran Suvar
Oset dilinde: Новруз , Novruz
Paştuça: نوروز‎ , Nawruz
Tabassarança: Эбелцан , Ebeltsan
Täjikçe: Наврӯз , Navro‘z
Tatarça: Нәүрүз , Näwrüz, نەوروز
Tati dilinde: Nuruz, نوروز
Türkçe: Nevruz
Türkmen dilinde: Newruz , Невруз, نوروز
Urduça: نوروز‎ , Nawrūz
Uýgur dilinde: نورۇز‎, Noruz, Норуз
Özbekçe: Navruz , Навруз, نەۋرۇز

Nyşanlary Flag of Iran.svgEýran
Flag of Afghanistan.svgOwganystan
Flag of Albania.svgAlbaniýa
Flag of Azerbaijan.svgAzerbaýjan
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svgHytaý (Täjikler we Türkler tarapyndan)
Flag of Georgia.svgGruziýa
Flag of India.svgHindistan( Parslan we Hindi musulmanlary tarpyndan)
Flag of Iraq.svgYrak (Kürtler we Türkmenler tarapyndan)
Flag of Kazakhstan.svgGazagystan[1]
Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svgGyrgyzystan
Flag of Pakistan.svgPäkistan(Bäluçlar, Parslar we Paştular tarapyndan)
Flag of Russia.svgRussiýa ( Tabasarans, Krym Tatarlary we başgalar.)
Flag of Syria.svgSiriýa (Kürdler tarpyndan)
Flag of Tajikistan.svgTäjigistan [2]
Flag of Turkey.svgTürkiýe(Azeriler, Kürdler we Ýörükler tarapyndan)
Flag of Turkmenistan.svg Turkmenistan
Flag of Uzbekistan.svgÖzbekistan
Görnüşi Milli, etnik, halkara
Ähmiýeti Täze ýyl
Wagt Martyň 19, 20, or 21

Nowruz (pars. نوروزنوروز Nowruz, [[Halkara fonetik elipbiý|[nouˈɾuːz]]]; "Täze gün" ) Eýran Ýyl hasabynda täze ýylyň ady ,[3][4] hem-de Parslaryň täze ýyly,[5][6] we halkara görnüşde dünýäde käbir milletleriň arasynda bellenilýän baýram. Köküni Parslaryň(Eýran) Zaratuşdyra dininden alyp gaýdýar,Alynky Aziýa, Merkezi Aziýa, Kawkazlarda, Gara deňiz we Balkan ýarymadasy täwereklerinde 3000 ýyldan bäri bellenilip gelinýän baýramçyylyk[7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15] .Köki Zaratuşdyra dininden gaýtýan bolmagyna garamazdan beýleki dinlerde hem höwes bilen bellenilýän baýramlaryň biri.[16]

Nowruzyň döwletlere göra bellenilişi:

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Wideolar

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