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.

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Seminary student opens brew bar

I believe seminary clerics must be in contact with people and live among them, says Hadi Hosseini.
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Iftar tables set by wives of ambassadors of Islamic countries to Iran

Photos of an event in Tehran’s Milad Tower featuring different meals served for Iftar in different Islamic countries.
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The largest street Iftar in Tehran

Images of the largest street Iftar in the capital where Muslims gathered to end their fast in the holy month of Ramadan.
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Uncle Mamad’s Cabin (PHOTOS)

Images of a pick-up truck repurposed into a wooden camper of sorts and called home by Uncle Mamad.
Amir Rezaei

Disability does not mean inability

The story of a physically impaired, but mentally accomplished, man who does big jobs against all odds and rises to the challenge.
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Selfless teachers who put their students first

To me there is no difference between my children and students; how a father could stay indifferent to his child who is fighting cancer, said Kazem Jafari.
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Story of Iranian woman with no arms gets global media attention

“Each body might have some limitations and deficiencies. But if you have a pure, elevated soul I think the body won't matter,” said the disabled Iranian woman.
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Planting trees to remember the dead

The tree-planting event organized by Zoroastrians in cooperation with Tehran Municipality.
Noureddin Hosseini

A cleric? A pilot? Both!

A look at the life of an Iranian colonel who has served his country both as a pilot and a cleric.
Iranian Nurses

Profoundly different Iranian nurses

In spite of disabilities, the two sisters have proved that they are the best of nurses for their ailing mother.

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