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Dorfak Peak in northern Iran, with an altitude of 2,700 metres, is the roof of Gilan province and a silent volcano which is home to an amazing ice cave and a natural glacier.
An Italian photographer, whose photos of nomadic lifestyle in Iran were recently put on a comparative display along with those taken from Italian nomads, has talked about how different and fascinating Iranian nomads are.
“Briz” in the Bakhtiari language means “to fry”, and “Ab Briz” means meat cooked and fried in its own stock. The word has been abbreviated as “Abriz,” also known as “Owriz.”
Baleh-Boran is a Persian ceremony which takes place shortly after the formal proposal, publicly announcing the couple's intention to form a union. The ceremony is widely popular across Iran, particularly among Qashqai nomads.
The photos of the lifestyle and culture of Iranian nomads taken by an Italian photographer have been recently put on a comparative display along with those taken from Italian nomads.
The unique and innocent faces of tribal Qashqai women, men and children, who always pass through the mountains and plains, have different expressions. The small lines on the face to the bristling of a woman's hair, each narrate the story of the days of nomadic life.
SousanRashidi is an Iranian nomad girl who has overcome all the difficulties of nomadic life to win 11 national kickboxing championships.
Bakhtiari people, a tribe inhabiting the southwestern provinces of Iran, wear colourful clothes at their wedding ceremonies and dance in groups to folklore traditional songs called ‘Dovalali’ (groom and bride) in local dialect.
Parvin Bahmani, an Iranian musician, has been teaching alphabets to nomadic children through music, dancing, and songs.
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