National symbols of Iran
Some of the Iranian national symbols are listed as below:
National symbols of Iran - Wikipedia
Nightingale - Plăviceni Monastery, Romania
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The Longest Poem Ever Written: Shahnameh – The Epic Book Of Kings
In 977 AD, a Persian poet named Ferdowsi began on a grandiose poetic journey that would take him 33 years to complete. He used ancient Persian tales which had been told from generation to generation f...
Iranian Crown Jewels
Jewel-studded adornments Among the fabulous collection of jewelry in the Iranian Crown Jewels exhibited at the Museum of the Treasury of the National Iranian Jewels there are several jewel-studded orn...
The Longest Poem Ever Written: Shahnameh – The Epic Book Of Kings
In 977 AD, a Persian poet named Ferdowsi began on a grandiose poetic journey that would take him 33 years to complete. He used ancient Persian tales which had been told from generation to generation f...
Kabaddi
Kabaddi (sometimes Kabbadi or Kabadi) is a contact sport that originated in Ancient India. The title Kabaddi is a generic term used to describe the following:Though it is the national game of Banglade...
Kabaddi - Wikipedia
Emblem of Iran
The Emblem of Iran (Persian: نشان رسمی ایران‎, neshān-e rasmi-ye Irān) since the 1979 Iranian Revolution features a stylized Perso-Arabic script of the Arabic word Allah ("God").The logo consist...
Emblem of Iran - Wikipedia
Ey Iran
Ey Irân (ای ایران, “O Iran”) is a famous and popular anthem in Iran. It is widely considered the de facto national anthem of Iran (Persia).
"Ey Irân" anthem was composed in 1944 in Tehran. The ly...
Nowruz
Nowruz (Persian: نوروز‎, [nouˈɾuːz], meaning "[The] New Day") is the name of the Iranian/Persian New Year.Nowruz marks the first day of spring or Equinox and the beginning of the year in the Per...
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Iranian Crown Jewels
The Imperial crown jewels of Iran (also known as the Imperial crown jewels of Persia) include several elaborate crowns and decorative thrones, thirty tiaras, and numerous aigrettes, a dozen bejeweled ...
Iranian Crown Jewels - Wikipedia
Haftvād
Haftvād (Persian: هفتواد‎) is a legendary character whose story appears alongside accounts of the rise of Ardashir I, the founder of the Sassanid dynasty of Persia, in the third century C.E. Haf...
Haftvād - Wikipedia
Persian carpet
The Persian carpet or Persian rug (Middle Persian: bōb, Persian: فرش‎ farsh, meaning "to spread"; sometimes قالی qālī) is an essential part of Persian art and culture. Carpet-weaving is undo...
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Tishtrya
Tishtrya (Tištrya) is the Avestan language name of an Zoroastrian benevolent divinity associated with life-bringing rainfall and fertility. Tishtrya is Tir in Middle- and Modern Persian. As has been j...
Ecliptic
The ecliptic is the apparent path of the Sun on the celestial sphere, and is the basis for the ecliptic coordinate system. It also refers to the plane of this path, which is coplanar with both the orb...
Ecliptic - Wikipedia
Daeva
Daeva (daēuua, daāua, daēva) is an Avestan language term for a particular sort of supernatural entity with disagreeable characteristics. In the Gathas, the oldest texts of the Zoroastrian canon, the d...
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List of Shahnameh characters
Here are the list of characters represented in the Persian epic poem Shāhnāma by Ferdowsi, including heroes and villains :
Nightingale
The common nightingale or simply nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos), also known as rufous nightingale, is a small passerine bird best known for its powerful and beautiful song. It was formerly classe...
Nightingale - Wikipedia
Shanbeh
Shanbeh (شنبه in Persian) is the name of the first day of the week in the Jalaali calendar, mainly used in Iran. It is equivalent to Saturday in the Gregorian Calendar.The name of the rest of the days...
Mount Damavand
Mount Damāvand (Persian: دماوند‎ [dæmävænd]), a potentially active volcano, is a stratovolcano which is the highest peak in Iran and the Middle East as well as the highest volcano in Asia. It h...
Mount Damavand - Wikipedia
Bidjar rug
Bijar (or Bidjar) Kurdish rugs are often called the Iron Rugs of Iran. The Bijar was a heavy, durable rug that has been very popular in the United States. Now the Bijar rug tends to be a finer, thinne...
Anâmaka
Anâmaka is one of twelve months in the old Iranian calendar believed to be used in the Persian Empire before the Islamic conquest of Iran. Anâmaka starts on December 17.
Peacock Throne
The Peacock Throne (Sanskrit: मयूरासन: Mayūrāsana, Urdu: تخت طاؤس, Persian: تخت طاووس‎, Takht-i Tāvūs) was a famous jewelled throne that was the seat of the Mughal emperors that conquered Northe...
Peacock Throne - Wikipedia
Huma bird
The Huma (Persian: هما‎, pronounced Homā, Avestan: Homāio), also Homa, is a legendary bird especially within the Iranian mythologyand Sufi fable. It is said to never come to rest, living its ent...
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Imperial Anthem of Iran
The "Imperial Salute of Iran" (in Persian: Sorude Šâhanšâhiye Irân) was the national anthem of Iran from 1933 until the Islamic Revolution of 1979, when the monarchy was abolished. The anthem is a chr...
Imperial Anthem of Iran - Wikipedia
Flag of Iran
The current flag of Iran (Persian: پرچم ایران‎, Parcham-e Irān) was adopted on 29 July 1980, and is a reflection of the changes brought about by the Iranian Revolution. Its field is a trico...
Flag of Iran - Wikipedia