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Khordad is the third month of the Iranian calendar. Khordad has 31 days and begins in May and ends in June.
Khordad is the third month of spring, and is followed by Tir.
- Protests against the Ayatollah Khomeini government (20 June 1981)
- 2 - 1390 - Nasser Hejazi, an Iranian football player and coach.
- 12 - 1392 - Jalal Al-Din Taheri, Iranian scholar, theologian and Islamic philosopher.
- 25 - 1391 - Hassan Kassai, Iranian iconic master of Persian classical music.
- 27 - 1392 - Jalil Shahnaz, Iranian maestros.
- 31 - 1392 - Abdol-Aziz Mirza Farmanfarmaian, Iranian architect.
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