My ultimate ambition is to establish a centralized village where hand-woven carpets are made, says the Iranian entrepreneur.
The world’s largest framed carpet featuring “I love Muhammad” in 40 languages has been unveiled in Tehran.
The exhibition which also includes Iranian dishes and traditional music has been warmly welcomed by Iranian, Turkish and foreign visitors.
People in Khuzestan province, southwestern Iran, weave mats or wicker mats by palm leaf fibers.
The focus of Persian Carpet Encyclopedia is on designs, patterns and aesthetics, technical knowledge, management, economics and trade, history, geography and the styles of carpets.
Hand-woven Persian carpets have been put on display in the central city of Qom.
Iran is bent on taking out patents on its world-famous carpet motifs.
A craft as old as 5 millenniums still remains popular and magnificent.
The government has its sights on the extensive promotion of Iranian carpets across the world to help the industry reclaim its past glory.
Head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO) said the country, as one of the three global handicrafts hubs, holds world’s first rank in many handicrafts such as carpet-weaving, woodcarving, and wood inlaying.