The book, 'Nowruz Rites and Traditions in Iran' has been translated into Azeri and published by Abolfazl Rabi'ei, Iran's Cultural Attaché to Nakhchivan.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute, quoting public relations of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO), the book is about the philosophy and origin of Nowruz and the customs and traditions of different Iranian ethnic groups, such as arranging the Haft-Seen table, cleaning the house, visiting the acquaintances and so on.
"This work also considers Nowruz in other countries of the region and the world, including Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Iraq and Egypt, and presents attractive images of the glorious Nowruz celebration," he said.
Abolfazl Rabiee added: “The book “Nowruz Rites and Traditions in Iran” is a good reference for those interested in Iranian culture, customs and traditions as well as researchers and scholars in Azeri language.”
Those who are interested may refer to https://nakhchivan.icro.ir/uploads/298_651_42_null.pdf and download the PDF file of this book.