dariush_statueKish Island is a part of our ancient Iran. This island is so beautiful and pleasing that its clean air and blue sea invite every human to coexist with nature. Now, the hands and the hearts have come so close together that with small remembrance of the ancient Persian civilization link other nations with the history of this gracious land. This is the beginning of revolution in the growth and development of the Iranian people and Kish Island can be the best place to start. more…

Haft Seen 1395,Dariush Grand Hotel

Haft-Seen also spelled as Haft Sīn (Persian: هفت‌سین‎‎, the seven seen’s) is a tabletop (sofreh) arrangement of seven symbolic items traditionally displayed at Nowruz, the Persian new year. The haft-seen table includes seven items all starting with the letter seen (س) in the Persian alphabet.

The Haft-Seen items are:

  1. Sabzeh (سبزه) – wheatbarleymung bean or lentil sprouts growing in a dish – symbolizing rebirth
  2. Samanu (سمنو) – sweet pudding made from wheat germ – symbolizing affluence
  3. Senjed (سنجد) – dried oleaster Wild Olive fruit – symbolizing love
  4. Seer (سیر) – garlic – symbolizing the medicine and health
  5. Seeb (سیب) – apple – symbolizing beauty
  6. Somāq (سماق) – sumac fruit – symbolizing (the color of) sunrise
  7. Serkeh (سرکه) – vinegar – symbolizing old-age and patience

Each Haft-Seen item is a symbol of an ancient Persian holy spirit dedicated, 5 of which are spirits of 5 months in the Persian calendar:

  • Sabzeh (سبزه) is the symbol for the spirit of Ordibehesht (2nd month of Persian Calendar) who is the owner of vast clean oceans.
  • Samanu (سمنو) – is the symbol for the spirit of Shahrivar (6th month of Persian Calendar) who is the symbol of grocery.
  • Senjed (سنجد) – is the symbol for the spirit of Khordad (3rd month of Persian Calendar) who is the symbol of love and affection.
  • Somāq (سماق) – is the symbol for the spirit of Bahman (11th month of Persian Calendar) who is the symbol of rain.
  • Serkeh (سرکه) – is the symbol for the spirit of Mordad (the 5th month of Persian Calendar) who is the symbol of immortality.
  • Seeb (سیب) – is the symbol for the woman spirit, the Sepandar Mazd, who is the symbol of rebirth and health.
  • Seer (سیر) – is the symbol of the highest spirit of worship, the Ahura Mazda.
Happy New Year 1395

Happy Nowrouz 1395

Nowruz ‎‎; [nouˈɾuːz]; literally “New Day”; also Romanized as Norouz and Norooz) is the name of the Iranian New Year also referred to as the Persian New Year, which is celebrated worldwide by Iranian people, along with some other ethno-linguistic groups, as the beginning of the Iranian New Year.

It has been celebrated for over 3,000 years in the Balkans, the Black Sea Basin, the CaucasusCentral Asia, and Western Asia. It marks the first day of Farvardin in the Iranian calendar.

Nowruz is the day of the vernal equinox, and marks the beginning of spring [Bahaar] in the Northern Hemisphere. It usually occurs on March 21 or the previous/following day, depending on where it is observed. The moment the sun crosses the celestial equator and equalizes night and day is calculated exactly every year, and Persian families gather together to perform their rituals.

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The highly thought out Persian castel

sabet1The highly thought out Persian castel will not allow their ancient ancestral culture and civilization to be lost. the time that the riligion of islam was invited to iran with the offorts of the great and brilliant more …

Great Dariush

dariush_statueGod willing, I am such who do like the truth and abstain the lie. I dislike that a weak person suffers from unjust. As well I dislike that the powerful person’s rights would be harmed by a weak person’s acts. I do like whatever is right. I am not a friend of a liar. I am not a furious person. Even the anger provokes me I suppress it. I am severely the sovereign of my caprice.

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