WZO Newsletter #6

Please follow this link to read our most recent newsletter which contains information about upcoming events as well as some interesting articles for our members, friends and supporters. https://mailchi.mp/421c241a68ae/wzo-newsletter-6-may-2022  

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Nowruz Celebrations in Kurdistan 2022

WZO is pleased to be able to share this report and photos of the Nowruz Celebration in Kurdistan courtesy of Awat Darya. This was one of the biggest 2022 Nowruz Celebrations organized by Awat Darya and her group of volunteers in Kurdistan, where over 10,000 people attended. With no funding from any Zoroastrian Association or…

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Sadeh: The Zoroastrian Mid-Winter Festival

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Sadeh: The Zoroastrian Mid-Winter Festival   We are delighted to be able an article about the festival of Jashn-e-Sadeh which is celebrated by Zoroastrians this year on 30th January 2022. This article, contributed by Pablo Vazquez, discusses the origins,history and meaning of the celebration as well as how it is celebrated today. The above photo…

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WZO remembers Freddie Mercury on his 30th death anniversary

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  [PRESS RELEASE AND IMAGES – 1 December 2021] The World Zoroastrian Organisation (“WZO”) in conjunction with Angela Parton, Chair of the Friends of Feltham Green, held a joint event to remember Freddie Mercury, the iconic lead singer of the band Queen.  The event was held on 27 November 2021 at the World Zoroastrian House…

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WZO Newsletter Issue 4

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You can read Issue 4 of the WZO Newsletter by following the link below. In this issue we talk to Cyrus Todiwala about his career and experience, introduce our new office bearers along with other interesting news and information. https://mailchi.mp/d31fff05ed8a/wzo-newsletter-issue-4

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United Farvardegan Prayers held 29th August 2021

2021 marks the 34th Anniversary of the “United Farvardegan Prayers”, initiated by the late Noshirwan F. Cowasjee, who steadfastly refused to accept the immorality of dividing families and friends in the act of worship for their dear departed ones. Noshirwan strongly believed in human rights, which encompass the right of worship without fear and intimidation. The Zoroastrian community owes…

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