Zoroastrians Celebrate Fire Festival in Iran

In Iran, one of the last and greatest communities of Zoroastrians partakes in their yearly fire festivity, amidst a period where the nation’s authorities are showing increased tolerance and appreciation for its pre-Islamic Persian roots. This has been detailed by Bill Spindle of the WSJ, and for further content from the WSJ, one is encouraged to subscribe to their channel.

A blazing fire soars into the night sky surrounded by a large gathering of people who have come together to witness this spectacular event. The glow of the flames illuminates the faces of the crowd, some of whom are capturing the moment on their phones, creating a shared experience of tradition and celebration.

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