All News about Iranian Lifestyle – Find out more about what daily life is really like in modern Iran. This section looks at the diversity and breadth of everything going on in the country, from food and fashion to celebrities and celebrations.
Kalpouregan in Sistan and Baluchestan province is the only living pottery museum in the world. Female Baluchi artists have saved and kept the art of pottery from generation to generation for nearly 7000 years.
The driver of an Iranian ride hailing application has earned a reputation after refusing to charge a nurse working at a hospital's coronavirus ward.
The Internet has made us aware of so many things. Some things warm our hearts whereas some make us feel bad about humanity. Being a lover and owner of dogs, I come across several cruel things and bad habits of various people on the internet which hurts my heart so much.
Astronomical sums of money are being paid to book operating theatres to have babies delivered at 09:09 am on the 9th day of the 9th month of the year 1399 on the Iranian calendar (corresponding to November 29, 2020).
Abdolhakim Bahar whose voluntary activities to promote book reading have won him a reputation, lives in a remote village in Iran’s southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan.
Zeynab, a seven-year-old Iranian girl, is battling against cancer. She always wished to become a queen one day and have her own castle and treasure.
The nomadic tribe of Lak in western Iran annually travel from the warm region of Lorestan to their summer resort in Spring and begin their migration back to the winter quarter when autumn arrives.
A physically challenged Iranian child is working tirelessly to take part in sports competitions for the disabled, especially the Paralympic games.
An Iranian electrical engineer accompanied by his friends and wearing a clown’s outfit goes to children’s wards at hospitals to make them laugh.
Baran is the only baby chimpanzee in Iran whose life was saved by a veterinarian right after its premature delivery and is now kept at Eram Zoo in the capital, Tehran.
A bee yard that Iranian old lady Fatemeh Mostafavi had inherited from her father has become a source of livelihood and a family business for her, helping her find foreign customers for the high-quality honey.
A young Iranian suffering from a disability that affects 98 percent of his muscles has been listed by a notable international organization that focuses on youths’ contribution to development as one of the “Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World.”
A prominent Iranian philosopher says not everything will return to the previous state when the coronavirus pandemic is over.
Couples of short stature have gathered in a mosque in Tehran to participate in an aid program to help the poor people.
Many teachers in remote and underprivileged areas of Iran are making sacrifices to keep instructing their students amid the closure of schools because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An archaeologist has compared to coronavirus the images on a 7-thousand-year-old earthenware item which depict farmers in the south or north of Iran dancing and jumping for joy around their harvest.
Tehran’s Golestan Gallery has held a painting competition for children during the days of COVID-19 lockdown.