A time-honored tradition associated with Nowruz [which means New Day in Farsi] is preparing Haft Seen.
A photo gallery of ceremonies in central Iran where rosewater is extracted and babies are rolled through rose petals to stay immune to disease.
How a chance encounter has helped a villager in southern Iran set up a very lucrative business with a still brighter future ahead.
Members of the Christian community in Tehran are getting ready for New Year.
A photo gallery of a traditional ritual in west-central Iran.
Iranian people in the western city of Marivan in Kurdestan province marked the beginning of New Iranian Year by holding Nowruz celebrations in their...
The mid-winter festival celebrated 50 days before the Persian New Year marks the approach of spring and displays the defeat of the forces of darkness, frost and cold.
The Iranian author of Nowruz in the Four Corners of the World, Dariush Mohajer, pointed to the influence of Nowruz around the world, in regions like the south of Algeria, Western China and Ethiopia.
A university professor in behavioural sciences said that 65% of people considered eating to be a recreation, according to a study carried out in 2015 across Tehran.
Snapshots of a Turkmen wedding party in Iran.