Christmas shopping has gained growing popularity among Iranian people from all religions and walks of life during the past years.
An Iranian woman named Faezeh Gholami says she has kissed the forked tongue of a snake for eleven times to set a record. The daredevil woman says she did this dangerous thing to become known as “Iran’s Queen of Snakes”.
A young Iranian girl has gone viral after reportedly undergoing 50 surgeries to resemble her idol Angelina Jolie, but no avail.
Dozens of people in various Iranian cities, particularly Tehran and Shiraz, have queued up to donate their blood for those injured in the Sunday night’s earthquake.
The tomb of the Iranian poet Mohammad Ali ibn Mirza Abdul Rahim Tabrizi, known as Saib Tabrizi, in the central city of Isfahan has turned into a major tourist attraction.
A bakery in Iran’s central city of Arak has provided a small library inside the shop to keep its customers entertained by books.
A young Iranian girl disfigured in an acid attack back in 2014 has gotten married, sparking widespread positive reactions in Iran’s social media.
Members of an Iranian family from the northeastern city of Mashhad have embarked on a 60-day march to show their protest against a local ban on holding concerts in the holy city.
Women who have recently converted to Islam or those who decided to change their lifestyle have launched a campaign in Tehran to promote the culture of wearing hijab.
Tuyserkan County in the western province of Hamadan is known as the hub of Iran’s furniture manufacturing and wood carving thanks to its large number of walnut trees and the creative and hardworking people living there.