Khansar is one of the cities of Isfahan province, which is engaged in agricultural and beekeeping operations. Natural springs and riverside prospects make up the natural attractions of Khansar city, and old mosques and tombs of the elders are also the attractions of the region
. Handmade handicrafts in the city of Khwansar are of great oldity and variety. Carpet weaving, forging, carpentry, shoe, giwe, pottery, pottery, sewing, spinning, chitinization, extraction, delicatessen (gaz) and … are considered as handicrafts in this city.
Below are some of the handicrafts in this city. In the past, because of the lack of metal spoons and forks, the art of spoon was of great importance, but its importance has diminished slightly. In the past, they made large spoons of pear wood to make a dish, which was delicate, and since the handle was glued to the tip of his hand, he was well-known for his hand.
In the past, the textile industry was simple, the fabrics were woven in white, wavy, and even white. For textiles of stained and colored fabrics, workshops of dyeing and chipping have been in different places. One of these sites, Khartoum, was in Khansar and there was also a special market for this art.
The art of pottery has long been prevalent in this city, and there are still several pottery workshops that make other dishes and other types of laligines other than tin kilns and exported to other places. Because inside these dishes, there is glaze of glass and the dishes are sturdy and sturdy, cleaning and washing them is easy and their durability is high.
The oil extraction from oil seeds such as linseed, poppy, kherchek, raspberries, etc. has long been used in Khansar and has been used in large traditional houses. Heated oil seeds first and then crushed under the large stone carts weighing about ten tons, which rotates with a horse or ester or buffalo, and then oiled under the pressure of the lever called the Shah shahr.
The oils obtained come in the past to light and color fuels, but nowadays, because of the competition of factories and the lack of lighting, this art does not matter in the past. The debris that remains after oil extraction and is known to be a good meal is the best fertilizer used to strengthen the crop of tobacco fields, and some of them also feed into livestock in the winter. The art of carpet weaving has grown from the past to the local carpet texture. Waissi and Sarou carpets are woven with Shah Abbasi’s map.
Spectacular and historic places
Natural springs and riverside views form the natural attractions of Khansar city, and old mosques and tombs of the elders are among the historical attractions of this region.
Industries and mines
Also, the city exports honey, carpets, fruits, wood, gaz and potatoes. The spinning factory that produces carpet, carpet and wool carpets is in Khansar.
Agriculture and Livestock
The city of Khansar is engaged in agricultural and beekeeping operations. Agriculture is mostly blue and because of its high nature, the area is not very cultivated. Khansar agricultural products include wheat, barley, potato, walnut, apricot, pear and tree apple.
The local product of this city is the preparation of sweetmeats (GZ). Therefore, livestock, sheep, goats and poultry are prevalent. Khansar area is one of the important centers for beekeeping in Iran Tourism, and beekeeping in this area has several centuries past.
Khansar city, with an area of about 892 km2, in a well-weather valley in the west of Isfahan province, at 33 degrees and 12 minutes in northern widths and 50 degrees and 20 minutes in eastern longitude compared to Nimroz Greenwich and a height of 2,250 meters Located at the sea level. This city is limited to the north of the city of Golpayegan, from west to Lorestan, from the east to Najaf Abad city, and from the south to Frieden city.
Khansar is a mountainous and lofty region with many roughnesses. The city has cold, snowy summers and mild summers with pleasant air. The airspace of Khansar city to Tehran is 284 kilometers. (For more information, see Khansar Geographic Information)
Excerpts and historical background
Khansar has long been called Khansar, Khani Sare, Khansar, Khansar and Khosar. The name of Khwansar is derived from the word Juan meaning Fountain. Some people believe that the small scale of Khansalar, that is, the tablecloth, the tablecloth, is the cooking of the Sultan.
A number also calls this term an abbreviation for the blood of Sarban, and its origin is the killing of the Sarbanes in this place by thieves. Also, given the fact that Khan means the dignity of honey and, in other words, the place for honey production, this name has been interpreted as a place of production of honey. The earliest evidence of the historical background of Khansar is the history of the migration of a group of Jews to Khwansar and their history, which dates back to the time of Achaemenid Cyrus.
Immigrant Jews lived in this city before the creation of the state of Israel, in the Kohdi Judea or Jida, which is a Kivi in the present city. Later, they moved to Israel, and today there are no followers of Jewish religion in Khwansar.
Khansar, after Islam, has been dominated by the Umayyad, Abbasid, Taherian, Safarian, Dilamian, Seljuk, and Khwarazm Shahis. In the early seventeenth century. The Mongols opened up the area and caused a lot of devastation. Subsequently, Timorlang invaded and ravaged the center of Iran Visa, including Khansar. Khansar was one of the important centers of science, literature and industry during the Safavid period.
Safavid kings have paid special attention to this area, and due to this, the attention of the arts and workshops has expanded in this city. The building of Maryam Beygum Safavi’s school by his wife, Tahmasb, also added to the cultural development of this country. During the Qajar period, Khansar was considered and the great rulers, some of which had the title of ministry, were appointed to the Khansar government.
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