or Mother Nature’s canvas? Would you believe that there’s a place in Iran where they have their very own “Nazca lines?” Deep in the Alborz mountains, over a thousand meters high, this petroglyph like image has been there for as long as villagers can remember. The Elephant tucked behind a sunflower garden. A village, I… Continue reading “Nazca Alien” Art in Iran…
“Persian brand of “Kashk” No matter how good it looks… never make the mistake of biting into a spoonful!”
*Updating Beyond the tourist destinations of Gorgan, beyond the crowded “hot spots ” like Nahar Koran, and beyond some winding roads; a tank full of gas will take you to the beautifully mesmerizing forest of Tooskestan, Iran. The first thing you notice about Tooskestan are these ginormous trees, with amazing, glistening leaves that are… Continue reading Here is Another Reason to Love Iran: This Lil’ Place Called Tooskestan!
This post will be updated as more news from Iran media and witnesses pour in… In the wake of several terrorists attacks over the past month, in places like London, the Philippines, Afghanistan, today Iran has been added to the list of ISIS claimed attacks. Iran is one of the few countries in the Middle… Continue reading Possible ISIS/MKO linked Terrorist attacks send shock-waves through Iran
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In an attempt to explain the failure of aggressive western operations against Syria and Iraq, proposals have been put forth by the western media that suggest “Iran is financially funding Iraq against ISIS” or delivering “heavy arms” to regions threatened by ISIS like Iraq and Syria, as some journalist have…
A New Ashuradeh is Underway in the Islamic Republic of Iran Ashūradeh Island is the only island off the Iranian coast in the Caspian Sea. Located in Gorgan Bay, Ashuradeh’s surface comprises of 2,000 acres. The western end is known as Miankaleh, after the peninsula of Behshahr country in Māzandarān, a Province of Iran. The… Continue reading A New Ashuradeh is Underway in the Islamic Republic of Iran
Persian Omelet 4- 2 Please! When I first visited Iran, I knew less than little of Persian cuisine…“what is sabze pollow, kuku, juje, ghorme sabze, khoreste goje badamjan?”… I would often ask my husband so many questions, but I learned! Al an/right now, you could say I moved up to a safe intermediate level in… Continue reading Persian Omelet 4-2 Please!