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Yalda, a 5000-year-old Night
‘Shab-e Yalda’, also known as ‘Shab-e chelleh’, (in English: Yalda Night) celebrated on December 21st or 22nd has great significance in the Iranian calendar. It was one of the most important celebrations in ancient Iran 5,000 years ago and continues to be celebrated to this day. It is the eve of the birth of Mithra, the Sun god, who symbolized light, goodness and strength on earth. Shab-e Yalda is a time of joy.
Yalda is a Syriac word meaning birth. Iranians used the term ‘yalda’ specifically with reference to the birth of Mithra. As the longest night of the year, the Eve of Yalda (Shab-e Yalda) is also a turning point, after which the days grow longer. In ancient times it symbolized the triumph of the Sun god over the powers of darkness.