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Traditional dress of Iran: A product of the glorious Persian heritage

Persian cats are tremendously responsive and become a constant source of joy and delight to their owners. --- Cat Fanciers' Association

Himalayans are cross breed of Siamese and is relatively new in other Persian cats.They were produced in the middle of Century.For a long time they were considered as the separate breed specially in America but later they were included in Persian Cats

Persian Bread, Barbari . No specific date of origins . Persia/Iran origins . European Bread Museum . Barbari means "our fathers" or of related to Barbars". Barbars are a group of people living Khorasan near eastern borders of Iran.

Nan-e-Barbari – Persian Bread

Hazara-Iranian Mongol    ::    Hazara is one of the Mongol Muslim groups living in middle east and central asia.

* Hazara-Iranian Mongol :: Hazara is one of the Mongol Muslim groups living in middle east and central Asia. Such beauuuutiful face!

Persian Saffron Rice Pudding - Sholeh Zard

Persian Saffron Rice Pudding (Sholeh-Zard)

Persian Saffron Rice Pudding - Sholeh ZardSholeh Zard is a traditional Persian rice pudding made with basmati rice, sugar, saffron and rosewater. It is garnished with cinnamon, pistachios & almonds

Dying of wool for rugs

lisa-rayner: “ artinparsi: “ Dyeing of wool for rugs ” I like how you get to watch the yarn bubbling in the dye pots and see samples of the finished yarn at the same time. Wikipedia says, “A Parsi or.

Lorestan Kuhdasht Iran

Kurdistan Kuhdasht, Lorestan Kuhdasht is a large plain which is surrounded by…

Nasir al-Mulk Mosque, a traditional mosque in Shiraz, Iran.  Photo: by Abbas Arabzadeh    "People are like stained glass windows: they sparkle and shine when the sun's out,   but when the darkness sets in,   their true beauty is revealed only if there is light within."     ~ Elizabeth Kubler-Ross

Is This A Mosque, Or A Kaleidoscope?

The Nasir al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, Iran - Not only do the stained glass windows give off an incredible display, but the thousands of painted tiles in the mosque are filled with color. Only a few other mosques in the world feature stained glass windows

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