“Nowruz Translates Spring into life and joy” To celebrate life and its beauty Iranians, for centuries, have been infatuated with the glory of “Spring”, the time in which the world gets green and the birds chirp on the branches at the side of springs on which sides newly grown violets smile. Spring provides a time for all Iranians to look deeper into the essence of life which is nothing except loving one another and showing this love through visits and to one another house. Traditionally, Nowruz, has brought memorable times for kids, as there is an abundant of off school time with new clothes and sweet smelling Kolouche. Visiting grandma and granddad and receiving gift “Eadi” are the very first things to start this long respected Iranian tradition on March 20 every year. This, perhaps, teaches the young to become generous when they grow up in their course of life and share what they have with loved ones. To celebrate, the traditional Iranian table setting consists of 7 items starting with the letter ‘S’. This is called Haft Seen (Sin) (7S in Persian).