Nowruz is a symbol of the beginning of spring, on which Google has also decorated its doodle with flowers.
The United Nations has also shared a picture of colorful flowers on its Twitter account in solidarity with the countries celebrating Nowruz.
Every year, #Nowruz is celebrated as a day of hope & renewal.
At a time of global anxiety as countries around the world are addressing the # COVID19 pandemic, our thoughts & solidarity are with all those marking Nowruz. https://t.co/5XHXxJzHfa pic.twitter.com/bhG8JkiQpa
– United Nations (@UN) March 19, 2021
According to the Iranian calendar, New Year is a day to welcome New Year and Spring together, and this day is celebrated by millions of people from western China to Turkey on March 20.
It also marks the beginning of the calendar year in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, parts of India, and parts of northern Iraq and Turkey.
On this day special prayers are arranged, flowers are decorated in the houses and special dishes are prepared.
Nowruz is celebrated by diverse ethnic and linguistic groups around the world, while it has been celebrated in West Asia, Central Asia, the Caucasus, the Black Sea and the Balkans for 3,000 years.