President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday welcomed compatriots just before Parsi New Year and said the commitment of the Parsi people group in friendly and public life is exceptional. In a message, the President said, “On the promising event of Parsi New Year, I expand my warm good tidings and all the best to all the kinsmen, particularly our Parsi siblings and sisters.”
The commitment of the Parsi people group in friendly and public life is exceptional, Kovind said.
This yearly celebration celebrated by the Parsi society is an event of happiness and excitement for them and for all others, as per an assertion gave by the Rashtrapati Bhavan.
“May this celebration of Parsi New Year bring solidarity, flourishing, and satisfaction in everybody’s life and further reinforce the soul of common agreement and society among the residents,” it said.
Parsi New Year wishes President Kovind and PM Modi set up Navroz Mubarak.
President Kovind took to Twitter to compose, ” Navroz Mubarak! Individuals of the Parsi people group have made a tremendous commitment to a few parts of India’s development and improvement. May the Parsi New Year bring solidarity, flourishing, and joy in everybody’s life and further reinforce the soul of agreement and society among our residents.”. PM Narendra Modi has additionally set up a tweet saying, “Parsi New Year good tidings. Appealing to God for a year loaded up with joy, thriving, and great wellbeing. India appreciates the extraordinary commitments of the Parsi people group across various areas. Navroz Mubarak!” Some of the other government authorities that have set up wants during the current day are – Piyush Goyal, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Consumer Affairs and Food and Public Distribution and Textiles, Diya Kumari, MP from Rajsamand and Former MLA from Sawai Madhopur, essayist Shashi Tharoor, Rukshmani Kumari, President for All India Professionals’ Congress – Rajasthan and various others.
How is the Parsi New Year celebrated?
‘Nav’ signifies new in Persian, and ‘Roz’ signifies day; consequently, the expression ‘new day’ is utilized. The spring equinox, when the sun crosses the equator, denotes the beginning of this day. On this day, Parsis clean their homes and brighten them with blossoms and rangoli to cause them to seem lovely and interesting to guests. After breakfast, the local area accumulates at the Fire Temple, dressed in traditional clothing, to play out a Jashan petition. The motivation behind the petition is to offer thanks to the Lord, appeal to God for flourishing, and absolution. As contributions, milk, water, natural products, blossoms, and sandalwood are set in the sacrosanct fire. Moong dal, Pulav, fish, Sali Boti, and Sweet Ravo are a couple of the dishes ready in Parsi families for a full dinner. Visitors are welcomed with a shower of rose water and offered Faluda to drink as they show up. Likewise, many individuals commend the Parsi New Year by making magnanimous commitments.