Category:Hajji Firuz

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Hajji Firuz 
character in Iranian folklore who appears in the streets by the beginning of Nowruz
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Haji Firuz or Khwaja Piruz, also spelled Hajji Firuz, is a fictional character in Iranian folklore who appears in the streets by the beginning of Nowruz. His face is covered in soot, and he is clad in bright red clothes and a felt hat. He dances through the streets while singing and playing a tambourine, and is the companion of Amu Nowruz.