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Nowruz Egg Painting Past

Friday, March 6, 2015 ,
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
- Cupertino, CA, United States

Want to win a free ticket to ISA's Nowruz party?
Come to our egg painting event this Friday 12-3 PM in Santa Cruz room (located in the cafeteria.)

Haft-Sin, meaning the seven S's, is a traditional table setting which has symbols of Nowruz. These symbols, which all start with S, include:
1. Sabzeh: wheat, barley, mung bean or lentil sprouts growing in a dish - symbolizing rebirth
2. Samanu: sweet pudding made from wheat germ - symbolizing affluence
3. Senjed: dried oleaster Wild Olive fruit - symbolizing love
4. Sir: garlic - symbolizing medicine
5. Sib: apples - symbolizing beauty and health
6. Somāq: sumac fruit - symbolizing (the color of) sunrise
7. Serkeh: vinegar - symbolizing old-age and patience

In addition to these 7 items, it's a tradition to also decorate the table with items such as mirrors, Persian poetry books, and painted eggs!


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