Happy Yalda to all !
Yalda is a Zoroastrian festival celebrated during the longest night of the year (winter solstice). Yalda means “birth” and Dec. 21st is supppsed to be the day of birth of Mithra. Mithra is the Zoroastrian Divinity of Covenants, Light and Oath.
On this day, there are large gatherings with food and drinks and people read poetry and tell stories. Usually people eat red coloured fruits like watermelon and pomegranate to signify the colours of dawn and glow of life 🍉🍎🍓….. May your Yalda be bright and red 😘!
Pkease keep sending more such informative articles on our religion. Thank you and wish you all a Happy Yalda.
Yaldas will come
Yaldas will go
May peaceful waters flow
Let go of Racism Discrimination
Segregation & Bigotry against
Our Zoroastrian women folk
Bring about Unity Equality
For the Zoroastrian community
Are you listening the Blue Blooded Dasturjis!