A Pamiri man cooks osh, a traditional rice dish containing carrots, corn and goat meat, in a large pot outside at a Navroz luncheon and celebration in Rushon. Navroz, the Persian New Year, begins the first day of spring. The people celebrate this holiday for several days with festivals and other activities, hoping for a fruitful upcoming year.

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