Zoroastrian Holy Days

Symbols via Noun Project

Zoroastrian & Pagan – Pierre TORET
Jain – André Luiz Gollo
Islam – anbileru adaleru
Christian – Nick Kinling
Buddhist – Rene Ramsey-Passmore

 HolidayFall 2023/
Spring 2024
Fall 2024/
Spring 2025

Zartosht No-Diso – Zoroastrian

Commemorates the death anniversary of Zoroaster (also known as Zarathushtra), the prophet of ancient Iran. It is mostly a day of prayer, ritual, and reflection on the life of Zarathushtra and one’s own life. Usually, the hymns of the Gathas are read, studied, and discussed with other Zoroastrians and folks feast together to celebrate the life of Zarathushtra

Dec 26, 2023Dec 26, 2024

Nowruz/Naw-ruz/Norooz – Zoroastrian/Bahá’ís/Sufis

Persian New Year. One of the most important holy days for Zoroastrians. The return of the spring was seen to have great spiritual significance, symbolizing the triumph of good over evil and joy over sorrow. Believers clean and decorate their homes in honor of the New Year. They visit the Fire Temple to worship, visit relatives and friends, and enjoy special foods and rituals. Many other traditions also observe it, including Bahá’ís, Sufis, and some Muslims. 

Mar 21, 2024Mar 21, 2025