“When the rich people in Baluchestan society wore these traditional shoes, they were called Jing jelang because of the noise they made while walking.”
Austrian students will come to Iran in the next few weeks to learn about traditional medical practices at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, an official at the Traditional Medicine Faculty of the Ministry of Health said on Sunday May 29.
The fifth edition of the International Festival of Traditional and Local Games was held on Thursday May 26 near Lake Zarivar in Marivan, Kurdistan...
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi hailed the historic, strong cultural bonds with Iran, describing a conference on Iranian and Indian culture as being a counteraction to extremism in both nations.
A museum displaying stained-glass windows has been set up in a historical house in Tehran on Sa’adi Street.
A university professor in behavioural sciences said that 65% of people considered eating to be a recreation, according to a study carried out in 2015 across Tehran.
In a ceremony held in Tehran’s historical Niavaran Palace on Wednesday, Iran celebrated the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, which is annually marked on May 21.
Alireza Rezaei from Iran has been appointed as caretaker of the International Pahlavani Wrestling Federation, it was announced on Monday May 9.
The northeastern city of Bojnord, in North Khorasan Province, hosts a festival games and music to mark Eid-al-Mab'ath (the day that Muhammad (S) was...
The 6th Camel Racing Competition was recently held in the Khara desert, in Iran’s central province of Isfahan. Camels can run at speeds up...