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Talysh people of Iran by their home

Talysh people of Iran by their home

Lovely Gilaki sisters spending time with each other at a village in the Province Gilan, Iran.

Lovely Gilaki sisters spending time with each other at a village in the Province Gilan, Iran.

Iranian Man with his Daughter in Aghdash, Iran.

GETTING TO KNOW THE BEAUTY OF THE PEOPLE OF IRAN – PART II

Iranian Man with his Daughter in Aghdash, Iran.

Yaghnobi People from the Yaghnobi Valley in Tajikistan.

Yaghnobi People from the Yaghnobi Valley in Tajikistan.

Lurs in the mountains of southwestern Iran in the early 1920s. The Lurs were conquered in the late 1920s by Reza Shah’s military, stripped of their weapons, had their tents burned, and were forcibly settled.                                                 - Frank Hole, Professor of Anthropology, Senior Research Scientist, Yale University.

Lurs in the mountains of southwestern Iran in the early 1920s. The Lurs were conquered in the late 1920s by Reza Shah’s military, stripped of their weapons, had their tents burned, and were forcibly settled. - Frank Hole, Professor of Anthropology, Senior Research Scientist, Yale University.

Mah Sharaf Khanom Mastoureh Ardalan or Mastura Ardalan (1805 –1848) was a Kurdish poet and writer. She was born in Sanandaj in north-western Iran and deceased in Sulaymaniyah in present-day north-eastern Iraq. She was a member of the feudal aristocracy in the court of the Ardalan principality centered in Senna. She studied Kurdish, Arabic and Persian under the supervision of her father, Abolhasan Beig Qadiri. Her husband, Khasraw Khani Ardalan was the ruler of the principality.

Mah Sharaf Khanom Mastoureh Ardalan or Mastura Ardalan (1805 –1848) was a Kurdish poet and writer. She was born in Sanandaj in north-western Iran and deceased in Sulaymaniyah in present-day north-eastern Iraq. She was a member of the feudal aristocracy in the court of the Ardalan principality centered in Senna. She studied Kurdish, Arabic and Persian under the supervision of her father, Abolhasan Beig Qadiri. Her husband, Khasraw Khani Ardalan was the ruler of the principality.

Talysh Woman from the Gilan Province, Iran.

Talysh Woman from the Gilan Province, Iran.

Couple in Kurdish costume walks on Sio-Se Pol (Sio-Se Bridge) in Isfahan, Iran. Photo by Marzieh Kazemi

Couple in Kurdish costume walks on Sio-Se Pol (Sio-Se Bridge) in Isfahan, Iran. Photo by Marzieh Kazemi

Bakhtiari Nomads from Khuzestan, Iran.

Bakhtiari Nomads from Khuzestan, Iran.

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