Naneh Sarma

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Naneh Sarma (Persian: ننه سرماnane sarmâ, "Old Woman Winter") is a mythical character in Iranian folklore, similar to the characters Haji firouz, Amoo norooz, and so forth.[1] Naneh Sarma goes back to the Zaroastrian times.

The first time the Iranian folktale of Naneh Sarma was published in English was in 2012, in the book Pomegranates and Roses: A Persian Love Story [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://cmes.hmdc.harvard.edu/outreach/curriculumplans/lessons/teacherplans Harvard University Middle Eastern Studies, Naneh Sarma
  2. ^ "Payvand". Payvand. 2012-03-28.