HISTORY OF ZOROASTRIANISM

HISTORY OF ZOROASTRIANISM   Zoroaster (the Greek name by which the Iranian prophet Zarathustra has become known) is traditionally believed to have lived and taught in the early part of the 6th century BC. His home is probably in the region to the east of the Caspian Sea. Our sources for information about the pre-Zoroastrian …

Yalda in Iran

Yalda in Iran, which means birth, is a Syriac word imported into the Persian language. Early Christians linked this very ancient Persian celebration to Mithra, goddess of light, and to the birth anniversary of Prophet Jesus (PBUH). Iran review writes that in most ancient cultures, including Persia, the start of the solar year has been …

Muharram in IRAN

As an Islamic country, Muharram is considered one of the most sacred months in Iran and also among the other Muslims worldwide. Many different religious ceremonies are held during this month, especially during the first ten days of this month. Without any doubt the religious ceremonies which are held in Iran in Muharram are considered …

world Tourism Day

World Tourism Day is commemorated annually on 27SEPT .It shows the importance of the social, cultural, economic and political values of the tourism. Over the past six decades, tourism has experienced continued expansion and diversification, and it has become one of the fastest growing and most important economic sectors in the world, benefiting destinations and …

HorseBack riding and Cultural tour

HorseBack riding and Cultural tour Region: Starts from Shiraz, Qashqaie Nomads’ Place and lasts in Tehran.         Shiraz  – Pasargad                          2/N 1stday:Arrival.Shiraz  O/N Shiraz Sightseeing in the most cultural town in Iran with all archeological unique constructions and all the memories of literature around the city. Narenjestan garden, Vakil ensemble; Mosque & Bazar, ArgeKarimkhani( karimkhani …

Ardebil

Ensemble du Khānegāh et du sanctuaire de Cheikh Safi al-Din à Ardabil Construit entre le début du 16e siècle et la fin du 18e siècle, ce lieu de retraite spirituelle soufi utilise les formes architecturales traditionnelles iraniennes. Les constructeurs ont su tirer le meilleur parti de l’espace réduit pour assurer de multiples fonctions, notamment une …

medicinal herbs, traditional medicine

Medicinal herbs Festival in Tehran   TEHRAN – The fourth festival of medicinal herbs, natural products and traditional medicine  in the field of medicinal herbs will be hold on November 12-15 2018 in Tehran By definition, ‘traditional’ use of herbal medicines implies substantial historical use, and this is certainly true for many products that are …

Bandar-e Anzali

Bandar-e Anzali ou simplement Anzali (Bandar signifiant port en persan) (enpersan : بندر انزلی), connue sous le nom deBandar-e Pahlavi (بندر پهلوی) de 1925 à 1980, avant la révolution islamique de 1979, est une ville portuaire de la province duGuilan, en Iran, située au bord de la mer Caspienne à 41 kilomètres de Rasht et à 360 kilomètres de Téhéran. Sa population est passée de 98 544 habitants en 1996 à 110 …