Parsi New Year - Pateti
The Cambria International School celebrated the Parsi New Year
India is a diverse country and people of multiple cultures and religions co-exist together.
Pateti is the day preceding the Parsi New Year.
The name Pateti originated from the word ‘Patet’ which means repentance. This is the day to sincerely repent all your sins. One has to repent all the wrong words, wrong deeds and wrong thoughts of the past year. You can repent your mistakes and sins if you have knowingly or unknowingly cause harm or hurt to others. You can cleanse and purify your mind and begin afresh on the next day which is the following day 'Jamshedi Navroz' after Pateti , the actual Parsi New Year to mark the beginning of the Iranian calendar.
The Cambrians celebrated it with high spirit and fun by painting the out sketch of fire and promised to focus on good words ,good thought and good deeds & prayed for good health ,happiness and prosperity.