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Ghambar Maidyozarem (Zoroastrianism)
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Zoroastrians celebrate six Ghambar festivals annually. The word Ghambar means "time-storage," and alludes to the division and storage of food. These five-day festivals, observations of the different harvests, are celebrated through feasts and the recognition of seven acts of goodness: generosity, sharing, selfless help for those in need, community participation and inclusion, honesty, pity, and remembrance of one's ancestors. Today's Ghambar celebrates the sky and the winter crop harvest.

When: Sunday, April 30, 2017
Where: United States

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