Persians Are Not Arabs

Persians Are Not Arabs

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Persian Empire

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Persian History

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Persian Gulf

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Persian War

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Renaming Persia

Renaming Persia

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Persian Women

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Persian Culture

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Persian Carpets

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Persian Music

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Persian Lawyers

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Persian Realtors

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Persian Psychologists

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Persian Doctors

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Persian Dentists

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Persian Food

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Persian Dates

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Persian Pistachios

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Persian Saffron

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Persian Caviar

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Persian New Year

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Persian Calendar

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Iranian Saffron

19 November 2015 Iranian

Iranian Saffron aka Iranian Red Gold!


Do you know “Red Gold” is one of the most valuable Iranian herbs? A pleasant scent and color, together with its savory taste makes it popular all around the world, and with its wonderful benefits, it gives a special beauty and smoothness to the skin and face, and yet with other magic characteristics, it aims for winning even more fans from different peoples and nations of our world.
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Persian Rugs

6 November 2015 Persian

Persian Rugs


Of all the things that are Persian, perhaps the most popular one is a Persian rug. An artifact dating back thousands of years, yet present in the most modern decorations of our time. And not just present, but living in a sense, and giving vibe to the place it goes to. For who can look at this masterpiece of thousands of knots without feeling the beauty it lends to its surroundings?

Whether you are travelling to Iran and want to know beforehand how to best appreciate this art, or you have just got interested in a Persian rug and want to know more about it, you have come to the right place.

Following, we will go through the history, variations, pricing factors, and maintenance tips of Persian rugs.
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Persian Holidays

6 November 2015 Persian

Persian Holidays


In Persian culture, you can find a large amount of holidays, relating to joyous or sorrowful events. these holidays are marked based on three different calendars: Solar, Lunar, and Gregorian.

The solar calendar is considered the main calendar in Iran, and it includes the most important Persian events and holidays. In the Lunar calendar you can find all the Islamic holidays listed. And the last one, The Gregorian Calendar, is used for marking the international holidays.
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Persian Accent

6 November 2015 Persian

Persian Accent


Accent: According to the Longman Dictionary, A particular way of speaking which tells the listener something about the speaker's background.

Since everything differs massively between English and Persian, it is very hard to try and show Farsi pronunciations and accents through English text and words.

Many foreigners believe that Tehrani accent is the main and most used one in Iran, but that is far from right. If we want to point out the main accent, it would be The Main! yes, that's right. This is the actual name of the accent, and it is used in media and it is the accent that would be heard the most if you were to spend a day throughout anywhere in Iran.

Make no mistake, it is used massively in Tehran, but it is not "Tehrani" accent. What people, even some Iranians mistake for the Tehrani accent, is a way of talking that is free of any type of ethnical or regional casualties. But Tehrani accent is full of differently spelled words and phrases.
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Persian Dance

24 September 2015 Persian

Persian Dance
 
Dance types in Iran differ massively based on culture differences and areas. And since Iran consists of many ethnicities, one can find a large variation of dance types ranging from folk dances to complicated dance routines. However, researches show that the oldest known Persian dance is a rhythmic routine that depicts the worship of Mithra. the purpose of this dance was believed to be restoring vigour and energy in one's life, and the dance included slaughtering a bull as sacrifice.
 
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Persian Wedding

24 September 2015 Persian

Persian Wedding
 
The Persian wedding, which traces back to the traditions of Zoroastrianism, is considered one of the most important events in Persian culture. when it comes to the wedding, all acquaintances are invited to the ceremony. there will be an extravagant feast and celebration, and usually the host families spare no expenses. Also, the majority of the Iranian population uphold all these steps. In the following you'll find the elements and steps of the Persian wedding:
 
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