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In the tapestry of Iranian culture and literature, few motifs are as prominent and enduring as the celebration of spring. Known as “Norouz,” the Persian New Year, the arrival of spring heralds a time of renewal, rejuvenation, and rebirth. From…
In the kaleidoscope of Iran’s rich cultural tapestry, the festival of Sizdah Bedar stands as a vibrant celebration, encapsulating the spirit of renewal and connection with nature. Observed annually on the thirteenth day of Farvardin, the first month of the…
Chaharshanbe Suri, a vibrant and ancient Iranian festival, holds a special place in the hearts of the Iranian people. Celebrated on the eve of the last Wednesday of the year, Chaharshanbe Suri marks the prelude to the grand festivities of…
Nestled in the mountainous landscapes of western Iran, the Kurds form a significant and dynamic minority with a rich cultural heritage. Comprising around 9 to 10 million people, the Kurdish population in Iran contributes to the country’s cultural tapestry with…
In the enchanting land of Iran, where the whispers of history mingle with the fragrance of saffron and the melodies of ancient poetry, a celebration unfolds like a mesmerizing story – Nowruz, the Iranian New Year. This annual spectacle, steeped…