Seyyed Mohammad Beheshti
The latest statements and opinion pieces by Seyyed Mohammad Beheshti, a senior cultural analyst and the head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage Research Centre
“Iranians to Become World’s Largest Cultural Lobby in 10-20 Years”
Seyyed Mohammad Beheshti, a senior cultural figure, says Iranians will constitute the world’s largest cultural lobby in the next decade.
“More Efforts Needed to Introduce Nowruz to Younger Generations”
A senior culture heritage official has called for greater efforts to raise awareness among Iranian youth about the Persian New Year festival Nowruz, an ancient tradition that has become the symbol of Iranian culture.
“Iranians Have Always Fought for Peace throughout History”
Mohammad Beheshti, a senior cultural analyst and Iranian official, says the art of Iranians is that they have always fought for peace throughout history while some countries have fought for domination.
“Iran Land of Religious Spirituality, Coexistence”
A senior Iranian cultural official has called Iran “the land of religious spirituality and coexistence”, saying that Iran has been the scene of religious coexistence throughout history.
“Cultural Conflict in Iran Should Turn into Cultural Diversity”
A top Iranian cultural heritage official has blamed the cultural conflict in modern Iran on mismanagement, and urged that it should turn into cultural reconciliation.
Trump’s Travel Ban Depriving US of Flavour Iranians Could Add
An Iranian politician and cultural figure has discussed the consequences of President Trump’s executive order that bans Iranians from entering the US, saying the ban deprives Americans of the sugar Iranians could add to the American society.
Iran, Denmark to Sign MoU on Archaeology
Iran and Denmark are to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on scientific, research and educational cooperation in the field of archaeology, the Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization said on Saturday.
Iranians prepare to celebrate winter solstice (PHOTOS)
Traditionally, on this night families huddle together in the houses of the elders to listen to tales, old and new.
Iran, Germany to cooperate in archeology
Iran and Germany have inked a cooperation document to conduct research in archeology, anthropology, geophysical research, dating technology for archeological items, and other related fields.
One day, two prophets; festivals of joy and sorrow
The followers of Zoroaster and Jesus mourn the demise and celebrate the birth anniversary of their prophets on the same day on the same street in Tehran.
Iran and Italy sign MOU on archeology
Iran and Italy sign a deal to establish closer archeological cooperation.