Every year, millions celebrate Persian New Year, or Nowruz which refers back to thousands of years.
One of the most important things to do in Iran is to check out the calendar for annual festivals. Iran holds and celebrates various events and festivals all year round.
The main component of the Persian culture is always love. Whether it’s within the sweet verses of Persian Poets or through the spiritual love of Sufis for God.
The Shahnameh, Book of Kings, the Iranian poet Hakim Abul-Qasim Mansur who composed an epic and completed around 1010 CE. Ferdowsi means ‘from paradise’, and derived from the name Ferdous.
“Leyli and Majnun” is an immortal love story sometimes compared to “Romeo and Juliet” through Shakespeare. Today, it is still one of the most popular epics of the Middle East and Central Asia.
Long times ago, longer than you can imagine, in the legendary land of Iran reigned a mighty king, called Manoochehr Pishdadi.
According to historians Zarathustra was born in 6500 BC. Zoroaster’s father’s name was Purushab that his mother was Daghdo. She married Hovey and had six children.
Christians and many non-Christian Iranians celebrate Christmas in Iran. Altough not on 25 December, but on 6 January. Thousands of Iranian Christians left Iran.
On the eve of the first day of winter, the winter solstice. Sometime between December 21 and 22, a nocturnal celebration is observed in Iran. It is generally called Yalda, or Shab-e-Chelle, for ‘chelle’ means 40.
It is strange that the most beautiful flowers and the freshest flowers of our country for four seasons come from such a dry desert. Kashan city is located 240 km from Tehran, in Isfahan province,…
Iran has four sides, and in the journey from north to south, west and east, mountains, deserts, jungle and sea can be seen in four seasons, and this is considered the greatest potential of tourism in Iran. While the Lut desert is selected as the warmest and driest point in the world, Rasht has become famous for its heavy rainfall in the city of silver rains.