Yalda Night in Regions of Iran

Yalda night is one of the most loved celebrations in Iran. The tradition is deeply mingled with Iranian culture that after thousands of years, it is still being celebrated every year. When it comes to Yalda, we can easily say that people living in every region of the country acknowledge this national festival and celebrate [...]
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Ramadan 2020 Iran Travel Tips

Ramadan is a sacred month for followers of Islam religion all around the world, including Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Malaysia. In the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims abstain from eating and drinking from dawn to sunset, for 30 days. However, this month is not all about hunger and thirstiness. In this month people try to [...]
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Nowruz, The Persian New Year

Introduction The lives of ancient people depended on being able to accurately predict the cycles of the seasons. Everything about ancient Iranians and their Zoroastrian roots goes back to their intense focus and respect for nature and its cyclical patterns. Through centuries of observations and recordings, they were able to come up with a system, [...]
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Wedding Traditions in Iran

A wedding ceremony in Iran has lots of traditions that families should consider doing. At first, the groom’s family goes to the bride’s house with flowers and pastries in order to propose. After this formal meeting, if the answer was yes, then the real work begins. The groom’s family must go to the bride’s house [...]
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Yalda Night (Shab-e Yalda)

The last day of Autumn marks one of the most important long-celebrated holidays in Iran. Yalda Night (Shab-e Yalda) or what some people refer to it, “Shab-e Chelleh” is an ancient Iranian festival where the longest and darkest night of the year is celebrated by everyone. Yalda night is celebrated on the night of December [...]
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