Chaharshanbe Suri is the Iranian festival of fire. In this article, we explain Charshanbe Soori traditions and how to participate in this event as a tourist.
Category: Iran Culture
Many know Iran as a historical and cultural destination, which is quite true. Iran has a rich and diverse culture composed of different ethnicities and subcultures. Iranian culture is very ancient and has been exchanged with various ethnicities such as Turk, Arab, Indian, Greek, Russian, Italian, Macedonia, and Chinese, making it one of the world’s universal cultures. Consequently, the motivation for knowing and taking a closer look at this culture always attracts many tourists to Iran. In this country, there are various rituals, ceremonies, religions, local costumes, and different lifestyles that are all Iran cultural tourist attractions. Familiarity with a part of Iran rich culture can help you plan your Iran trip properly. Also, if you have information about Iranian culture, you will enjoy your trip more. In articles related to Iranian culture, we will introduce a part of Iran’s rich culture.
Norooz or Nowruz is the Persian new year celebration. We explain Nowruz traditions, history and how to participate in this event as a tourist.
How do Iranians celebrate Christmas in Iran and in which cities? What are Christmas traditions in Iran? In this post, We answer them.
Yalda is the longest night of the year, celebrated by Iranians. We express Yalda customs and how to participate in this event as a tourist.
Mohammad Reza Shajarian (September 23rd, 1940 – October 8th, 2020) was a legendary Iranian musician, composer, singer, and calligrapher.