Tehran Magazine Issue#1101
Zoroastrians divided the Iranian year into two equal seasons:
Summer and winter.
The beginning of each season would then be celebrated with a big feast. One called Noruz and the other Mehregan.
The coming of autumn is celebrated usually in October (the Mehr month of the Persian Calendar) and is dedicated to the god of light, Mitra or Mehr.
After Noruz, this is the second most elaborate celebration and marks the harvesting season and the coming of winter.
It is an avenue for the Iranian community in southern California to gather and exchange greeting, promote Persian cultural teachings to the younger generation. And for businesses in the community to expose and promote their trades.
It would be our pleasure to have you at the event among Iranian- American Community and help us to make this event better than before.