Historical Remains in Taq Bustan-Kermanshah
Iran Tourism, Taq Bustan is a collection of stone figures and inscription dating from the Sassanid era on the northwest of Kermanshah in western Iran. This area, which has a mount and a spring, embraces remains including the stone figure of Ardashir ll and two stone verandas known as small and big Porticos. A stone figure on the of the small Portico shows the coronation of Ardashir ll (379-383 AD)
The ninth Sassanid king. The Sassanid king is depicted standing in the middle of the scene with his left hand on his sword. He is receiving a ring with ribbon from Ahura Mazda. Ahura Mazda is standing on the right with his left hand resting on his heap.
He is giving the ring to the king. The figure of Izad Mehr is standing on a big lotus flower on the left of Ardashir. This figure is damaged on the face. A defeated man is figure under the feet of Ahura Mazda and the king. Unfortunately, most parts of this figure are damaged.
Farid-ed Din Attar Kadkani Neyshaburi, known as Attar Neyshaburi, (born in Kadkan in 540 AH-died in Shadiyakh in Neyshabur in 618 AH) is one of famous Gnostics and poets of Iran. Other Gnostics believe that he has reached high levels of theosophy.
His works are Asrar Nameh, ElahiNmeh, Manteq-ot teir, Musibat Nameh, Mukhtar Nameh, Tazkerat-ol Owlia’, and a volume of poems. Attar introduces 96 masters of Sufi leaders in Tazkerat-ol Owlia’. He used simple, unadorned language to convey his theosophical intentions.
He was a lead for famous theosophies’ such as Mowlavi and Jaami. Sheikh Baha-eddin reports the death of Attar in this way: “When Tatar troops arrived Neishabur, one of Mongol soldiers hit him with a sword on the shoulder and killed him.
Hakim Omar Khayyam
Neishabori was a mathematician, astrologist, and poet in Seljuk era. Although
his scientific situation is higher than his literary state, he is worldly known
for his beautiful quatrains. Edward FitzGerald translated them into English,
which increased Khayyam’s fame worldwide. The most prominent works of Khayyam
was the correction of Iranian calendar.
Hakim Abolqasem Mansor ibn Hassan Firdausi Toosi was an epic poet and a famous man of literature of Iran. He was born in a Dehqan family in a village of Toos. Dehqans (landed gentry) were people in a social class who owned farms in Sassanid timed. They were highly interested in preserving national race, history, and traditions.
Firdausi endeavored for 30 years to complete the glorious book of Shahnameh. He never left his work even when his son diet. He put the prose Shahnameh of
This work, country to some beliefs, was not by order of any king at all. Nezami Arozi reports, “When Firdausi died, a dogmatic clergyman of Toos prevented his family to bury him in the graveyard of the city and called him a heretic. Therefore, he was buried in his garden beside the city gateway”. If so, the present mausoleum is his estate.
The first survey for exact place of Firdausi’s grave began in Qajar era and a mausoleum was built above the grave. The first two mausoleum collapsed and the present building inspired by Achaemenid architecture, especially Cyrus; tomb, was erected.
Complex of Sheikh Ahmad Jaam Mausoleum
Sheikh Ahmad Jaam was a famous Gnostic and Sufi of the sixth century Ah (Seljuk era). He was born in Nameq, in present Kashmar region.
experienced a spiritual vicissitude in his youth and adhered Gnosticism. He
lived alone in the heights of Nameq and studied Quran, and Gnostics’ approaches
for 18 years. He began teaching and writing when 40. Jaami died in 536 AH.
Modal Music and Ritual Dances of Turbat-e Jaam
The music of Turbat-e Jaam has a long history in Iranian culture. Dotar is the most important and common musical instrument among Turbat-e Jaam people. The music of Turbat-e Jaam Originates from rituals and customs again for thousands of years.
Singing poems (Manzomeh Khani), encomium (Monajat), and Fazilat Khani are branches of singing music Turbat-e Jaam. singing couplets, including love, mystical, etc., is very popular.
Shrine Complex of Imam Reza (AS)
The mausoleum of Imam Reza in Mashhad is one of the most famous religious buildings of Iran. This building enjoys the most varied Iranian and Islamic architectural features and elements. Many buildings have been added to this complex in a course of 1200 years to make it a unique treasury of Iranian-Islamic architecture.
The oldest part is the holy
The oldest tiles of the shrine, and even of Iran, are known as Sanjari Tiles. These tiles decorate the lower walls round the holy sanctuary. This shrine was repaired several times and some decorations were added in Samani, Diyalemeh, and Qaznavi eras.
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