Persian Iranian Entertainment, Music, Fun & Culture
1001 Nights Music
- Persian & Middle Eastern Music
- POP Farsi Christian Music
Academic Events, Conferences, Special Announcements...
Art & Entertainment Events
Brasheet Music Ministry - Shahr-e Ma (Our City)
Cat Jokes & Humor
Crossing The Border Of Night
Culture & Family
History of Asian Games and Iran Participation
Iran News (FarsiNews)
Iran Sports News (FarsiSports)
Iranian Christian Conferences
Jafang: Humor with a twist
Lost Persian Cat - Cosmo - Persian Music
Lotfi- Maestro Lotfi - Master of Persian Music
Nejat Music Productions
- Music Clips
Petra Broadcast Corporation - Persian Christian Video Production
Shabahang- Hip Hop High Energy Persian Music
Shajarian- The Iranian Paravotti - Master of Persian Avaz
Vida & Glen
- Contemporary Farsi Christian Music
Persian carpets are traditionally known for their tremendous variety in design, color, size, and weave.
Moreover, they are known for the uniqueness of each and every rug produced. Rugs are generally named after the
village, town or district where they are woven or collected, or by the weaving tribe in the case of nomadic pieces.
Each rug's particular pattern, palette, and weave are uniquely linked with the
indigenous culture, and weaving techniques are specific to an identifiable geographic area or nomadic tribe.
A Silk & Wool Persian Rug
Persian carpet exports began in the 16th century. Starting in the 1850s, American, English and German firms
established new factories in Mashed, Tabriz, Kerman, and Sultanabad (now Arak), thereby ensuring the art form's
continued development. Under Reza Shah Pahlavi, royal factories were established to utilize the finest materials
and methods of manufacture.