Traditions and Customs only Iranians will understand!
Nazri /is the food (such as âsh, sholeh zard [saffron rice pudding], gheymeh stew, etc.) that people make in massive quantities and distribute [for free] for religious merit. It’s particularly common during Ramadan or the Islamic month of Muharram, when the ceremonies of Tasua and Ashura (the eve and day of the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, respectively) occur. Many people truly believe that eating nazri, even just a bite, will bless them.