Friday، 3 July 2020

Persians are not Arabs!

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This post is adopted from: https://www.persiansarenotarabs.com/ This site will look at Persia, which at one point had been one of the greatest empires of all time. From this great culture we gained beautiful art seen...

Women’s day in Iran

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This is not so many years that Valentine’s day is known in Iranian society. Some shops and markets sell the red symbols for Valentine's gifts when it’s close to this day. Although it’s getting more popular...
Traditional life in Iran is much aligned with the conditions of the planet relative to the sun and the moon. In the lunar calendar -the second calendar system used in Iran- the months are considered for religious...
Most people when traveling to a new country, are interested to know about tourist attractions (especially the historical buildings) and maybe some lifestyle such as the cuisines and language. But I think it is very minimum. When...
I want to write this time about an important membership group in Iran, i.e. the ‘neighborhood’ called a ‘Mahalleh’ in Persian. Although it’s weakening these days in large cities, they are still alive in some parts...
This post adopted from: http://realiran.org/all-you-need-to-know-about-nazri-food-served-in-muharram/ Shiite Muslims worldwide are commemorating the most important days in their faith’s history during the first month of the Islamic calendar, known as Muharram.

Social freedom in Iran

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Writing about ‘freedom’ is so difficult, especially in middle east countries like Iran that every small thing can be politicized and make a lot of controversies and debates. In Islamic thoughts, there’s a broad definition of freedom...
Today, I went to one of the villages with my brother in South Khorasan Province, around Birjand. The name of the village was Char Cheshme (literally means Four Fountains). A very small village with maybe not more...
Family life is an important part of regular Iranian life. Just like any other parts of the world, the family starts with a marriage! It’s usual in Iran that the boy asks the girl for marriage...
The housing like nearly all other aspects of life has changed a lot in the recent century in Iran. In rural and tribal life, the houses were in forms of tents (Siaah Chador), Kapar, or houses...
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