August 19, 2010 marks Jamshedi Noruz, the Zoroastrian New Year’s Day in the Shenshai calendar, followed by Zoroastrians in India. In Iran Zoroastrians celebrate New Year in the spring.
Religion News Blog posted this on Thursday August 19, 2010.
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