Zoroastrian : Before the start of the Noruz festival, people gather brushwood in an open, free exterior space. At sunset, after making one or more bonfires, they jump over the flames, singing sorxi-ye to az man, zardi-ye man az to, literally meaning [let] your ruddiness [be] mine, my paleness yours , or a local equivalent of it. This is considered a purificatory practice.
Charshanbe Suri includes a custom similar to trick-or-treating that is called qāšoq-zani literally translated as spoon-banging . It is observed by people wearing disguises and going door-to-door to hit spoons against plates or bowls and receive packaged snacks. [Wikipedia]