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During the celebration of Norooz, the Persian New Year, it is traditional to decorate eggs as a symbol of fertility, renewal, and the beginning of spring. These eggs are often dyed in vibrant colors and adorned with patterns or designs using dye, paint, or other materials. They are then displayed as part of the Norooz decorations in the home.
The tradition of decorating eggs for Norooz can be traced back to ancient Persian and Mesopotamian cultures, where eggs were seen as symbols of new life and were used in springtime celebrations. In some areas, it is also a custom to exchange decorated eggs with family and friends as gifts during Norooz.
In addition to decorating eggs, there are many other customs and traditions associated with Norooz, such as setting up a Haft-Seen table, which includes seven items starting with the Persian letter “sin” and representing various aspects of life. These items can include items such as a mirror, coins, and flowers.