According to Public Relations and International Affairs of Qeshm Free Zone Organization, Tahereh Shahraki, announcing this news, said: The establishment of the native and traditional rituals of the island is the best way to transfer the cultural and artistic teachings of this region to the next generations and to preserve Qeshm's intangible heritage.
She added that in this ceremony, which is held annually with the unique appeal of the people of Qeshm and tourists, various programs such as indigenous music, ritual shows, local competitions, and cooking local Foods and confectioneries carried out.
According to Shahraki, many of the Island's native traditions and games, which are based on life along the coast and fishing, are rebuilt at this festival, and are taught to children and adolescents.
Director of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of Qeshm Free Zone at the invitation of researchers, researchers and tourists interested in the cultural heritage and ancient rituals of the south of country, said: This festival is a great opportunity to introducing Qeshm customs, culture and traditions.
The fishermen of Qeshm Island called the last day of Tir of each year "Nowruz Sayyad", which is the first day of the true heat season in the south of the country.
On this day, none of the fishermen of Qeshm catch fish and aquatic organisms, and refuse to eat fish.
They believe that on this day all fish should be in perfect safety, so that they will complete the blessings of God on the islanders by multiplying their generation.