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(1930-2000), modernist poet of 1960s-1990s, among the few of his contemporaries whose poems did not participate in the ideological discourse of the period in search of social justice and freedom, and whose rebellious discontent manifested itself more in his challenging of social norms and codes of behavior.This Article Has Images/Tables.
(Guide to life), a biweekly magazine published in Tehran, 1940-41.
During the three decades between the 1850s and the 1880s various foreign concerns attempted to introduce railways to Persia, but these did not materialize.
Mohammad Ali Amir-Moezzi
(lit.: “return”), theological term that has had many meanings according to the context in which it was professed.
an early 17th-century Persian translation of an ancient Indian love story epic in Vālmiki’s Sanskrit Rāmāyaṇa that narrates the earthly career of Rām, an incarnation of the god Vishnu, and his wife Sitā. It was translated in the maṯnawi genre by Masiḥ Saʿd-Allāh Pānipati.
Morteżā Ḥoseyni Dehkordi
(1931-2003), composer, vocalist, and flute player.
a town and sub-province in Khuzestan province in southwestern Iran.
old district encompassing eastern Gilān in the 19th century. It became a part of Lāhijān sub-province (šahrestān) in 1937 and was divided between the sub-provinces of Langarud and Rudsar in the 1960s.
(1126-1193), one of the most prominent figures in the entire history of the Nezāri Ismaʿilis in Syria. He converted to Ismaʿilism in his youth and went to Alamut to furthur his education on the subject. He played a major role in the regional politics of Syria and succeeded in maintaining the independence of his community under the most adverse circumstances.
city and district in Gilān province, the capital of Gilān and the largest city along the Caspian coast of Iran.This Article Has Images/Tables.