Sizdah Be-dar

Sizdeh Be-dar Day or Nature Day is the 13th day of Farvardin (April 1st) in Iranian culture which is ancient and one of the most important and common customs among Iranian people. This day is an official holiday in Iran. Millions of Iranians around the world will leave home and go on a picnic on this day.There are various reasons for this happening on Farvardin 13th. Number Thirteen Iranians believe they welcome Spring by going outdoors and leaving behind all the misfortunes associ


Ardebil carpet

Ardebil carpet is one of the oldest Islamic carpets in the world and also one of the largest, the most beautiful and important historical monuments. It is not only stunning by itself, it is also linked to the history of one of Iran great political dynasties. About carpet Portable carpets, usually made of silk and wool, were traded and sold throughout Islamic lands and across Europe and China. In Iran they decorated the mosque floors, shrines, and houses with valuable carpets, and hung


Iranian Culture

Iranian culture contains manners, religions, art, literature, poems, poets and writers and ….The culture of a country mirrors the country itself. From the time Aryans came to Iran, the country has an old and rich culture.  Culture completes upbringing and upbringing brings culture. It is because of this that people of a country have the same culture and behavior. Iranian Culture and Ceremonies: Iranian culture is full of different and amazing ceremonies. For example, one of the cu


Shahnameh Ferdowsi

Shahnameh Ferdowsi is one of the popular Iranian poem book which it was written by hakim Abolqasem Ferdowsi Toosi. it is said that it has about 61000 verses and it is one of the epic poem books in the whole world. but nowdays by researching about it they found that it has about 48940 verses. At that time when Iranian people were talking Arabic, Ferdowsi decided to write Shahnameh to save Persian language. This series of poems is about Iranian heroes from old times. Shahnameh had a ve



Khatam Khatam (Persian: خاتم‎) is an ancient Persian technique of inlaying. It is a version of marquetry where art forms are made by decorating the surface of wooden or metallic articles with delicate pieces of wood, bone and metal precisely-cut intricate geometric patterns. Khatam-kari (Persian: خاتم‌کاری‎) or khatam-bandi (Persian: خاتم‌بندی‎) refers to the art of crafting a khatam. From 17th century until now, Khatams have been made with the tiniest triangl

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