Nowruz is a Persian New Year celebrated on the spring equinox, usually around March 20th. Here are some things you can do in the last few days leading up to Nowruz:
1-Deep clean your home: Nowruz is all about starting fresh, and one way to do that is by deep cleaning your home.
2-Buy or make Haftseen: Haftseen is a traditional table setting that includes seven symbolic items starting with the letter "S" in the Persian alphabet. These items include Sabzeh (sprouts), Samanu (sweet pudding made from wheat germ), Senjed (dried oleaster fruit), Seer (garlic), Seeb (apple), Somāq (sumac), and Serkeh (vinegar).
3-Go shopping for new clothes: It's traditional to wear new clothes on the first day of Nowruz, so you can go shopping for new outfits or just refresh your wardrobe.
4-Bake sweets: Nowruz is a time for indulging in sweet treats, so you can bake or buy authentic Persian sweets like Baklava, Zoulbia, and Sohan.
5-Visit family and friends: Nowruz is the perfect time to gather with loved ones and celebrate the new year together. Plan a visit or call up relatives and friends you haven't seen in a while.
6-Attend a Nowruz event: Some cities host parades or special events to celebrate Nowruz. Find out if there's any event in your area and attend it to experience the Persian culture and celebrate the new year with others.