Crazy In Love With Imam Hossein in Homeland

 Ashura is famous for the people practising self-flagellation but Ashura is more than that. For the Shia people, the Day of Ashura is the tenth day of Muharram and commemorates the killing of Hussein and his 72 relatives by the Umayyad caliphate in Karbala, Iraq. In Iran, this is the time for unique celebrations all over the country. On this ... Read More »

The Most Influential & Controversial Preachers!

 Being an Islamic preacher or scholar requires great patience and deep understanding of the religion. It is not an easy task, and only those with true faith would be able to stand firm and on the right path. We must always respect these great men. 7. Hossein Dehnavi Read More »

Readers’ travel photography competition

 Monthly winners will be displayed at a year-end exhibition at the Guardian’s London office; the overall prize is a fantastic Secret Fjords’ self-drive holiday to Iceland for two people with Discover the World Read More »

Yalda Night Shopping in Homeland

 Shab-e Yalda is a Persian festival celebrated on the “longest and darkest night of the year,” that is, in the night of the Northern Hemisphere’s winter solstice. Calendrically, this corresponds to the night of December 20/21 in the Gregorian calendar, and to the night between the last day of the ninth month (Azar) and the first day of the tenth ... Read More »

A Turban Ceremony in Qom

 A turban  is a type of headwear based on cloth winding. Featuring many variations, it is worn as customary headwear primarily by men. Communities with prominent turban-wearing traditions can be found in the Indian Subcontinent, Afghanistan, South Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, the Middle East, the Near East, Central Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, the Sahel, and parts of ... Read More »

An Unforgettable Trip to Persia by Icelandic Couple!

 After more online research we discovered all the amazing things Iran has to offer. The country is huge with four season occurring in different places all year round. Iran seems to offer everything a nature-lover can desire. You can go skiing in the world class skiing resort in Dizin.Iranians are famous for being one of the most hospitable nations in ... Read More »

He really is a boy’s best friend!

 A three-year-old foster child has become such good friends with his dog that their relationship has been immortalized in a new book.From having a bath to enjoying a coffee by the water, Buddy and his labradoodle friend Reagan do everything together.The pair from Portland, Oregon have 100,000 fans on Instagram keeping up with their adorable antics. Read More »

New street fashion photography for December 2016

  Street style photography has become an unruly sport, with hundreds of photographers clustering outside of fashion shows, jostling for a shot of the model of the moment. It’s a sight to behold, these intrepid warriors clambering over cars, each other, and the editors who once floated in a rarified sphere. Read More »

A woman gave birth to quadruplets

 The emotions that accompany motherhood can be overwhelming for any pregnant woman. But for first-time, all of the joy, fear, excitement and trepidation was multiplied four-fold when she learned she was expecting quadruplets. What’s more, there would be a further surprise in store when the mom-to-be finally reached the delivery room and, one by one, she looked into the faces ... Read More »


 This visually electrifying place really exists—it’s a town called Guatapé, in the Antioquia Department of Colombia. Photographer Jessica Devnani happened upon this wonderful discovery while backpacking through Colombia and marveled at its beautiful colors, cobblestone streets, and tremendous views. Read More »