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Nawroz is composed of two words: /naw/or /no/: new and /roz/: day. Which means new day. It is the first day of solar year which is the celebration of spring and new year in Afghanistan, Iran, Tajikistan and other neighboring countries.
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In the new year we say "nawroz peroz" or "nawroz mubarak"
Have a successful new day/year Happy new year
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