Bakhtiari people as a noble Iranian tribe are inhabiting in an area of approximately 67 thousand kilometers which includes the northern regions of Zagros Mountain i.e. Qazvin, Hamedan and Kermanshah and continues to southwestern parts …
Mat or Hasir is a woven texture made of the strands of fruits or vegetable fibers or reeds like palm trees
Iranian carpet which is known as the national art is considered as one of the elements of national identity and symbol of culture and civilization of Iran
Khatam is the art of covering the surfaces of wood or other objects with small triangle ceramics made of wood, metal and bone.
The Turkmens are the nomads of northeast of Iran, the nature of their habitat, jewelry, clothing and rituals are very attractive to the tourists
Nomads of Iran belong to one of the tribes of Turk, Fars, Lur, Kurd, Turkmen and Arab and include Bakhtiari, Shahsavan, Qashqai, Baluch, and Khamseh, with jobs like husbandry, farming and handicraft
The variety of villages in Iran with different culture, climate, cuisine, ritual and architecture has led to formation of rural tourism. The villages are now equipped to host tourists.
Different religion like Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, and Mandaeism are seen in Iran that all exempt Mandaeans that are few in number, have representative in Parliament.
Iranian languages are divided into three historical stages: Old Iranian, Middle Iranian and New Iranian
The style of cooking that emphasizes balance in taste, excessive use of rice and bread, slow and low heated cooking, similarity in recipes, and mild flavor.
Rituals in Iran have National and Religion basis, the national one are held based on Solar Calendar and the Religion –Related one on Lunar Calendar.
Iran’s Cinema dates back to early 20th c. but the theatre is much older witnessed in traditional performances that stem from Iranian ancient culture and traditions.