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Old 07-02-2015, 08:35 PM   #335
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Barareh is a fictional village in the Iranian television comedy series Pavarchin, and Shabhaye Barareh, assumed to be located near Shiraz.. In fact filming was done in Tehran.. However there is a real Barareh, but it is not that famous and is located in Markazi Province..According to Shabhaye Barareh, Barareh had a population of 92 in the late 1930s.. After taking a census, the Barareans tricked the census-takers and they ended up counting 1080 people in Lower Barareh and 1119 people in Upper Barareh even though at that time, Barareh only had 92 people..Much of Barareh's culture revolves around the pea (Nokhod in Persian).. Bararean dishes all contain peas and they each have very different methods of eating..Some of these procedures include the Aroosghapun (the stealing of the bride) and Khastegarzanoon (the beating of the proposer)..

Persian`s Sufi Poetry...

Most Jordanians whose origins are in East Jordan belong to one of a dozen major or numerous smaller tribes, and are viewed as unquestionably loyal..The Kasasbeh clan is part of the Bararsheh tribe from southern Jordan..“You always have to pay attention to the tribes; you can’t neglect them,” said the retired Maj. Gen. Ali Shukri, who ran the private office of King Hussein, King Abdullah’s father..Jordan’s king takes his legitimacy, to a large degree, from the support of its tribes, most of which trace their roots to nomadic groups that roamed throughout the Arabian Peninsula.. The Hashemite dynasty is built around a clan that is part of a powerful tribe in present-day Saudi Arabia, the Qureish tribe. “All these tribes are really important in the military,” General Shukri said. “They have to accommodate the family as much as possible”...

Shiraz is the 6th most populous city of Iran and the capital of Fars Province..Shiraz is known as the city of poets, literature, wine and flowers..Shiraz is home to Iran's first solar power plant.. Recently the city's first wind turbine has been installed above Babakoohi mountain near the city..The earliest reference to the city is on Elamite clay tablets dated to 2000 BCE, found in June 1970, while digging to make a kiln for a brick factory in the south western corner of the city.. The tablets written in ancient Elamite name a city called Tiraziš..Shiraz is most likely more than 4,000 years old...The city became a provincial capital in 693, after Arab invaders conquered Istakhr, the nearby Sassanian capital..The city was spared destruction by the invading Mongols, when its local ruler offered tributes and submission to Genghis Khan..In 1504, Shiraz was captured by the forces of Ismail I, the founder of the Safavid dynasty..Shiraz is the birthplace of the co-founder of the Bahá'í Faith, the Báb (Siyyid 'Ali-Muhammad, 1819–1850). In this city, on the evening of 22 May 1844, he first declared his mission as the bearer of a new divine revelation..In 1910, a pogrom of the Jewish quarter started after false rumours that the Jews had ritually killed a Muslim girl. In the course of the pogrom, 12 Jews were killed and about 50 were injured, and 6,000 Jews of Shiraz were robbed of all their possessions..After the Iranian Revolution, Shiraz was re-established as the capital of Iranian Art and Culture.. Shiraz is known as the capital of Persian Art, Culture and Literature..Shiraz is the economic center of southern Iran..The garden is an important part of Iranian culture..The tombs of Hafiz, Saadi, and Khaju e Kermani (whose tomb is inside a mountain above the city's old Qur'an Gate). Other lesser known tombs are that of Shah Shoja' (the Mozafarid emir of Persia, and patron of Hafiz), and the Haft Tanan mausoleum, where 7 Sufi mystics are buried... 3 days, the entire world will hear my roar, and willingly fall subject to the lost empire of Shan Kahn..That is a lovely tie, by the way..May I ask where you acquire it...
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