Maryam Mirzakhani

3 May 1977 – 14 July 2017
was an Iranian mathematician and a professor of mathematics at Stanford University. In a vast array of techniques and different mathematical areas, she used to be a rare embodiment of visual combination of technical ability, bold ambition, wide insights and profound curiosity This was the official description of the ‘Fields Medal’ committee from Maryam Mirzakhani.
Her research topics included Teichmüller theory, hyperbolic geometry, ergodic theory, and symplectic geometry.
On 13 August 2014, Mirzakhani was honored with the Fields Medal, the most prestigious award in mathematics. Thus, she became both the first woman and the first Iranian to be honored with the award. The award committee cited her work in “the dynamics and geometry of Riemann surfaces and their moduli spaces”.
On 14 July 2017,the geniuses Mirzakhani died of breast cancer at the age of 40.

Professor Samii

professor Samii is the world renowned neurosurgeon and here we only can provide the only official information about his personal,social and scientific life.
Professor Majid Samii was born in Tehran, Iran on 19 June 1937. He is of Gilak origin, mentioning that his family are natives of Gilan. He moved back to Rasht, Iran for a short period in order to improve his Gilaki. After having completed his high school education in Iran, he moved to Germany, where he started his medical study at the University of Mainz.
He has been the president of the International Society for Neurosurgery and was elected as the founding president of the Congress of International Neurosurgeons (MASCIN) in 2003.
Samii received the “Physician” award by the north German city of Hannover. Former German chancellor Gerhard Schröder hailed the 70-year-old Samii for his medical contribution to neuroscience as head of the International Neuroscience Institute (INI), based in Hanover.
He is the president of the International Neuroscience Institute (INI) at the Otto-von-Guericke-University.
In 2007, he received the “Friendship Award”, from the Prime minister of China for his contribution to the medical progress of the country.
In 2014, Samii was named world top neurosurgeon and garnered Golden Neuron Award by World Academy of Neurological Surgery. He had earlier received the 2014 Leibniz Ring Prize in Berlin.
Dr. Majid Samii has more than 40 years of experience in the field of neurosurgery and many of the neurosurgical methodologies of his inventions are now used in many parts of the world.
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Firouz Naderi

NASA scientist Firouz Naderi has done some pretty amazing things. Firouz Michael Naderi born 1946 in Iran-shiraz, is an Iranian-American scientist who spent more than 30 years in various technical and executive positions at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) where he contributed to some of America’s most iconic robotic space missions.
Firooz spent the first 12 years of his life in Shiraz, finishing his elementary education, then, with his father, he went to Tehran and studied at Andisheh High School. He graduated with a diploma in 1964 for high school studies in the United States, after returning to Iran after completing his university studies, graduate of the Electrical Engineering degree at the University of Iowa’s Iiala University and a Masters Degree and Electronics Ph.D. from the University of Southern California, he manages the Division of the Solar System Discoveries at NASA, originally from the Norse Valley of the Solomon Valley.He helped land a rover on Mars. He searched for signs of life beyond the solar system. He retired from NASA in 2016 and currently is a management consultant, an advisor to early-stage high-tech startups, and a public speaker.

Hossein Amanat

Hossein Amanat is an Iranian architect. He is best known for being the architect of the Azadi Tower in Tehran, Iran, The Freedom Tower is a symbol of Tehran and one of the most famous towers in the world. This tower was built in 1349 by him and still is on the top.The Bahá’í Arc buildings in Haifa, Israel and the House of Worship in Samoa.
As a young graduate from the University of Tehran he won a nationwide competition in 1966 to design the Shahyad Tower, renamed the Azadi(freedom) Tower in 1979. This first architectural project led to the opportunity to create some of Iran’s most distinctive projects with reference to traditional Persian architecture. Amongst them are the initial buildings of the Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran. the Persian Heritage Center, the Faculty for Business Management of the Tehran University and the Embassy of Iran in Beijing, China. . He is the brother of Abbas Amanat, Professor of History & International Studies at Yale University.

Since moving to Canada in 1980, Hossein Amanat, designed the three administrative buildings on the many places around the world. the Jiang’an Library for the Sichuan University, the media library for the Beijing Broadcasting Institute. He designed religious and cultural centers for the Bahá’í Faith near Dallas, Texas, Seattle and Washington, D.C., several multifamily condominiums in Santa Monica, California, and mixed-use high-rise buildings in San Diego, California and Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.

Asghar Farhadi

Farhadi was born in Homayoon Shahr , a city located in Isfahan province. His birth day is on 7 May 1972 He is graduated of theater , with a BA in dramatic Arts and MA in stage direction from University of Tehran and Tarbiat modaress University ,respectively. Farhadi made short 8mm and 16mm films in the Isfahan branch of the Iranian Young Cinema Society, before moving on to writing plays and screenplays for IRIB. He also directed such TV series as A Tale of a City and co-wrote the screenplay for Ebrahim Hatamikia’s Low Heights. Then he received a Bachelor’s degree in dramatic arts from the University of Tehran and a Master’s in stage direction from Tarbiat Modares University . His third film, Fireworks Wednesday, won the Gold Hugo at the 2006 Chicago International Film Festival. His fourth film, About Elly, won him the Silver Bear for Best Director at the 59th International Berlin Film Festival and also Best Picture at the Tribeca Film Festival. The latter film is about a group of Iranians who take a trip to the Iranian beaches of Caspian Sea that turns tragic. Film theorist and critic David Bordwell has called About Elly a masterpiece. Argentine actress Berenice Bejo stars in his 2013 feature The Past, which was nominated for the Palme d’Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.Also as an Iranian film director and screen writer directed films A Separation and The Salesman both , which each won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Feature in 2012 and 2017, His other well received films include Dancing in the Dust was his feature film debut, The Beautiful City, and About Elly. Also he was named as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the world by Time magazine in 2012.

Peyman madi

Peyman madi is an Iranian-American actor, screenwriter and director. Maadi started his film career as a screenwriter in late 2000 with the successful movie Swan Song. He later wrote several renowned Iranian films. He began his acting career in Asghar Farhadi’s film About Elly (2009). He is best known for starring in the films A Separation and About Elly by director Asghar Farhadi and the independent drama film Camp X-Ray but he has a brilliant work record in his career .in 2000 he was screenwriter for “Swan Song “film, in 2002 he was costumes Designer for the movie called “Thirst” ,in 2004 he wrote “Coma”, in 2006 he wrote “Café setareh” , he has been director advisor for” Wedding dinne”,then in 2007 he directed and wrote the short film named “Lipstick”, he played the roll Peyman in 2009 in the movie “About Elly”, in 2011 he played the roll Honorary presence for the movie “Mourning”, in 2011 he played as Nader in” A Separation”, The “snow on the pines” in 2013 he was played in and screen writer too, he acted in “Camp X-Ray “2014, “Melbourne “in 2014 as Amir ,he played the roll Taxi driver in 2014 for the movie named “Tales”, in 2015 he played the roll Emperor for” Last knight “, in 2016 he played in three different movies as Amahl in “13Hours”:the Secret Soldiers of Benghazi ,as Moeteza in” Life and a day”, and in” Window Horses”.
These are all his Rewards :
In 2011 he was Nominated for Best Actor in Asia Pacific Screen Awards , Village Voice Film Poll ,Finally Won the Best actor Award and the Silver Bear For Best Actor in Berlin International Film Festival and International Cinephile Society Awards.
In 2013 , won the Audience Award for Best Film (with Jamal Sadatian) in Fajr International Film Festival for the movie “The Snow on the Pines”
Also Nominated for Best Director in Fajr International Film Festival in 2013.
For the movie “The Snow on the Pines” , he was Nominated in both Fajr International film festival and Vesoul International Film Festival for Best director and Golden wheel Award in tow different years 2013 and 2014.
Then for the same movie ,”The snow on the Pines”Maadi won both Audience Award for Best Film (with Jamal Sadatian)and the best Director Awards in Fajr international Festival in the year 2013 and in Erbil international Film festival ,year 2014.
Year 2016 ,in Fajr International Film Festival has nominated forBest Actor , Crystal Simorgh for “Life and a Day” and in the same year Maadi won the Best Actor Award for”life and a day” in House of Cinema too.

Leila Hatami

Award-winning actress, Leila Hatami, was born on October 1, 1972 in Tehran, Iran .Leila Hatami is an Iranian actress and director who is the daughter of legendary Iranian Director, Ali Hatami, and former actress, Zari Khoshkam (Zahra Hatami) and is married to her co-star in Leila (Ali Mosaffa) in 1999. They have two children: a son named Mani (born February 2007) and a daughter named Asal (born October 2008). actor Ali Mosaffa.
Hatami ,being graduated from high school in Iran, moved to Lausanne, Switzerland and started her studies in Mechanical engineering at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL). Then two years later she changed her major to French literature. She completed her study of French in a couple of years, before moving back to Iran. Beside her native Persian language ,she is fluent in French, English and German too.
After a halt of a few years which included the continuation of her studies in Switzerland she made her professional entry into cinema with Dariush Mehrjui’s film “Leila”. Her acting in this film received rave reviews from critics and audiences.
It’s worth to mention that ,She had a few short appearances during her childhood which included roles in the Hezar Dastan TV series and the Kamalolmolk movie, as well as a role in 1991 as a blind Turkish princess in Delshodegan. She has appeared in bit parts in some of her father’s movies and Hatami’s first lead film appearance was the title role in the 1996 film Leila, directed by Dariush Mehrjui , which she was honored to receive the Diploma of Honor for Best Actress from the 15th Fajr Film Festival.
Her Awards and achievements are: Leyla Hatamie’s role in The Deserted Station (2002),and she won the best actress award from the 26th Montreal World Film Festival. She has appeared in her husband’s films as a director, Portrait of a Lady Far Away (Ali Mosaffa- 2005) and The Last Step (Ali Mosaffa- 2012). She also designed the sets and the costumes of The Last Step and received a nomination at the Fajr Film Festival for best production design and costume design.
In 2012 A Separation won the Academy Award for best foreign film in which Hatami played the leading female role. In April 2014, she was announced as a member of the main competition jury at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Hatami has worked with some of the most celebrated Iranian directors. Moreover, her performance in Istgah-Matrouk (2002) won the Best Actress award from the 26th Montreal World Film Festival. She also appeared in her husband’s directorial debut film, Sima-ye zani dar doordast (2005). In 2011, she won the prestigious Silver Berlin Bear award at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival for the Best Actress in a Leading Role in Asghar Farhadi’s internationally acclaimed film, A Separation (2011).

Parviz Meshkatian

Parviz Meshkatian, Iranian composer, musician and Santorum Player, was born on May 24, 1334 in Neishabour. In addition, Meshkatian was a university professor and researcher in the field of music. Parviz Meshkatian learned music from the age of six with his father Hassan Meshkatian, who was a professor of Santorum, sentimental music, and was also familiar with violin and Setar.
Meshkatian continued to teach Music beside his father in his hometown Neyshabur until the end of the secondary school year. Then He entered the Faculty of Fine Arts at Tehran University in 1353 and studied the Radif from Mirza Abdullah with Nora Ali Boroumand and trained the traditional music band Dr. Darius Safwat. Parviz Meshkatian performed his first concert at the age of eight and at the student gathering ceremony at the Amir Moazi School of Neyshabour in 1342. After gaining entry to the Faculty of Fine Arts, he earned various music and music degrees in high school.
Parviz Meshkatian, from 1979 to 1988, collaborated with Mohammad Reza Shajarian, and the result of this collaboration was the persistence of such works as Bidad, Astan Janan, Evil Love, Nova, Hands, John Love “was recorded in the memory of the Iranian people. In all of these works, Parviz Meshkatian was both a composer and musician Santour and in addition to the album “Sarah Love” as a solo player and collaborated with John Love as the composer only. Meshkatian also has worked with other famouse Iranian traditional Singers too .
Meshkatians latest works include the Tamana album, released in 2005. Meskhatian held a concert in Tehran from 6 to 9 December 2007 as the head of Isfahan Concert Band in Tehran, which was renamed Hamid Reza Nourbakhsh. In 2007, Parviz Meshkatian participated in Mohammad Reza Shajarian’s concert.
Afterwards, in a ceremony to celebrate the music house on October 23, 2007, a note of appreciation for the art of Meshkatian was presented by Mohammad Reza Shajarian as chairman of the House of Music House. Parviz Meshkatian has also published books that can be titled “Twenty Sets for Santour,” “Flowers”, “Golvah”, “Collection”, “Bidad” and “Laleh Bahar”. Sepehr Sarlak and Siamak Aghayee are among the students of Meshkatian. Parviz Meshkatian, was married with the daughter of Mohammad Reza Shajarian the legend of Iran, they had two children named Ava and Ayin. Parviz Meshkatian died on September 29, 2009 at his home in Tehran ,at the age of 54 because of heart failure.

Shahrdad Rohani

Shahrdad Rohani ,Iranian composer, violinist, pianist, and conductor, born 27 MAy 1954 in Tehran, Iran.
Sharhdad was born in a musical family ,which his father ,Reza Rohani and his eldest brother, Anoushiravan Rohani where each one of them ,the most prominent classical composers in the country as well as internationally .He started learning the music at his early age , when he was just 5 by learning violin from his father , then he entered the music school to learn Piano from his Switzerland teacher and His Armenia Piano teacher called Mr.Hagh nazarian and he learned stayed there for seven years. Not only he had great famous teachers like Dr. Mostafa kamal poortab , his oldest brother Anooshiravan and father , but he had the honor to learn music from Javad Maroofi too. After studying at Tehran’s Music Conservatory, he had to leave his familyand country, and traveled to Austria. He attended the Austrian Academy and Music Schools in Austria. Then, in the early 1980s, he accepted a scholarship to study at UCLA and traveled to the United States. His style is contemporary and he is well known for composing and conducting classical, instrumental, adult contemporary/new age, film soundtrack as well as pop music.Among Anoushiravan’s most well-known compositions is the famous Happy Birthday tune popular in the country……. Shardad completed his musical studies at Academy and Conservatories of Music in Vienna, Austria. His instrumental expertise is the Violin and the Piano. Shardad arranged and conducted a historic open-air concert with the London Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Parthenon in Athens, Greece, in September of 1993. He led the orchestra of the New Age artist Yanni. This concert was acclaimed by both the critics and the audiences and became the most widely viewed program ever shown on Public Television in the United States. Furthermore ,He has led many orchestras of world-famous symphonies as Guest , such as Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of London, Minnesota Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, New Jersey Symphony, Zagreb Symphony, American Youth Symphony, etc.Also Rouhani was invited by the Thai government in 1998 to create the opening and closing ceremonies of the thirteenth Asian Games. This piece was chosen as the most popular song of these games.
In 1999, Rouhani won the Thailand’s Pixen Prize, which is the most prestigious music and artistic award of the country. He is also active in making and adjusting the music of the film too.
Rouhani came to Iran as an orchestra leader from the early 1980s and even he has been offered to accept the permanent leadership of the Tehran Symphony Orchestra. He is among the musicians who have performed one or two performances almost every year with the Tehran Symphony Orchestra. Selection of some of the famous pieces, as well as the recipe and the repertoire that the public has memorized, is considered a spiritual testament, and this has led his performances to be encountered by Iranian fans all the time.Rouhani performed some of the works of classical music in three CDs with the Tehran Symphony Orchestra, which the Iranian Music Association presented to the music market. Among these works are Shahrzad Rimsky Korsakov.the symphony for the Persian Gulf , which was performed in Tehran in 139 by Shahrdad rohani , was released to the music market in audio CD after several months.

Mohammadreza shajarian

Mohammadreza shajarian is an internationally and critically acclaimed Iranian classical singer, composer and Ostad (master) of Persian traditional music.
Shajarian born on 23 September 1940, in Mashhad ,Razavi Khorasan,Iran.He has been called “Iran’s greatest living maestro of Persian classical music.”Shajarian is also known for his skills in Persian calligraphy, and humanitarian activities.
He leads The top Persian traditional music band in the world includes all musicians who have released recordings that have gotten distribution work with him on the stage
Mohammad Reza is called and known as the legend of Iran’s Music too. Widely considered “Iran’s greatest living maestro of Persian classical music”, Shajarian rose to fame in the 1960s and continues to share his goose-bump inducing voice at the age of 76. He has numerous awards under his belt, including two Grammy nominations, and his son, Homayoun, continues his tradition and is popular among the younger generation.
Shajarian had started singing at the age of five, under the supervision of his father. At the age of twelve, he began studying the traditional classical repertoire known as the Radif. Shajarian started his singing career in 1959 at Radio Khorasan, rising to prominence in the 1960s with his distinct style of singing. His main teachers were Ahmad Ebadi, Esmaeil Mehrtash, Abdollah Davami, and Nour-Ali Boroumand. He also learned the vocal styles of singers from previous generations, including Reza Gholi Mirza Zelli, Fariborz Manouchehri, Ghamar Molouk Vaziri, Eghbal Azar, and Taj Isfahani. When giving a lecture at California State University, Sacramento, on March 2, 2012, he was asked what teacher was most influential to his development, and he cited legendary Iranian tar musician Jalil Shahnaz, indicating that Shahnaz’ playing style was what he most tried to mimic with his own singing style.
Shajarian has collaborated with Parviz Meshkatian, Mohammad Reza Lotfi, Hossein Alizadeh, and Faramarz Payvar. He is recognised as skilled singer in the challenging traditional Dastgah style. In 1999 UNESCO in France presented him with the Picasso Award and in 2006 with the UNESCO Mozart Medal.
In March 2016, Shajarian announced that he has been diagnosed with Kidney tumour for the past fifteen years. He appeared with shaved hair in his Nowrouz congratulation video, published on his YouTube account.

Hamid Sourian

He is titled the “genius” ,Hamid Sourian on born 24 August 1985 is an Iranian wrestler and World Champion. He is a six-time World Champion. Sourian won both the Junior and Senior World Championships in 2005. He is also 2007 and 2008 Asian gold medalist. Sourian won the gold medal in the 55 kg Greco-Roman competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics. on Sunday 14 September, Iran won title of world wrestling champion, after Hamid Sourian defeated 59kg wrestler Mingiyan Semenov from Russia 2-1 in world Greco-Roman wrestling championship held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan
And also Hamid Soryan won Iran its first gold medal in Greco-Roman wrestling when he defeated Azerbaijan’s Rovshan Bayramov at London 2012.
Hamid Sourian In 2001,was a member of the Teens’ Teams group weighed 46 kilograms and went to mattress at the Asian Youth Championships. In 2007, he became the champion of Iranian sports heroes. In 2005, at the age of 20, he won the first gold medal at the World Budapest Championship and won the World Championship title. This gold medal was repeated five times in Guangzhou World 2006, World Cup 2007 Baku, World Cup 2009 Herning Denmark, World Cup 2010 Moscow and Tashkent in 2014. The 2nd Asian Adult Tournament in 2007 and 2008 is another achievement of the Syrians.
Sorian is 31, and if he stays on the Olympic stage, he will be able to win two other Olympic and World Gold medals.Sorian can score up to 9 medals and be added to the date. Of course, we would love to see him with more than 10 gold models between several unique world history champions. Weighs 59 kilograms and holds 6 gold medals at the World Championships and a 2012 Olympic gold medal in London. In terms of the number and quality of medals, the Syrian is the best wrestler of all periods in Iran.

Gholamreza Takhti

A Gentle Giant: Gholamreza Takhti, Iran’s Modern Mythological Hero
Gholamreza Takhti was born in 27 August 1930, in Tehran . He trained in a makeshift sports hall until he left Tehran to work as an oil worker. After being drafted into the army he was introduced to freestyle wrestling. He won his first Iranian championship in 1950, and became the first Iranian wrestler to win an international medal when he gained a silver medal in the World Championships at Helsinki in 1951, followed by silver at the Helsinki Olympics.
He was known as Jahān Pahlevān (“The World Champion”) because of his chivalrous behavior and sportsmanship. Although dozens of Iranian athletes have won more international medals than he did but he was the most popular athlete of Iran in the 20th century.
Iran’s most popular sports legend, Gholamreza Takhti, the country’s first world champion wrestler and first international medalist in the sport. He died so young, Takhti would have turned 74 this week.
Takhti’s grave at Ebn-e Babooyeh cemetery in southern Tehran.
Adjectives such as chivalry, humility, kindness, and gentleness consistently follow references to Takhti’s name. But the wrestler’s legendary status does not, as some might assume, derive only from his athletic prowess. Rather, it was his status as a moral exemplar for Iranians, as well as the world, that really set Takhti apart.
Takhti won his first Iranian championship in 1950, and on his first trip abroad in 1951, he won a silver medal at the world freestyle championships in Helsinki – the first international medal ever gained by an Iranian wrestler. One year later in 1952, he won another silver medal again in Helsinki, this time in 1952 Summer Olympics.
The subsequent highlights of his career were an Olympic gold medal in 1956 (Melbourne) and world championships in 1959 (Tehran) another silver in the 1960 Rome Olympics and 1961 World Championships (Yokohama).[1] His Olympics career finished with one Gold & two silver medals. He did however finish fourth in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics as well.
Takhti started as a middleweight wrestler in the 79 kg and 87 kg categories, as he was getting heavier, he decided to move up to the next weight, 97 kg, for the Tokyo Olympics in 1964. He was unable to catch a medal and he was placed 4th.
Many books have been written in his description, a movie was made about him, even a memorial was made and built in Tajrish Square in Tehran. In honor of him, the bestowed on the best wrestlers of Iran will be awarded as “Gholamreza Takhti Prize” each year.

Mahmoud Farshchian

Master Mahmoud Farshchian was born in the city of Isfahan in Iran , a place famed for its art and artists on January 24, 1930. His father, a rug merchant, was an art aficionado who instilled a love for the arts in his son. Young Mahmoud showed an interest inpainting and sculpting arts quite early in life and studied under the tutelage of Haji Mirza-Agha Emami and Isa Bahadori for several years. After receiving his diploma from Isfahan’s high school for the fine arts, Farshchian left for Europe, where he studied the works of the great Western masters of Painting. Consequently, he developed an innovative artistic style with universal appeal. After his return to Iran, he began to work at the National Institute of Fine Arts (which later became the Ministry of Art and Culture) and, in time, was appointed director of the Department of National Arts and professor at the university of Tehran’s School of Fine Arts. All the while, word of his admirable works spread far and wide beyond national borders. He has been exhibited in 57 individual shows and 86 group shows in Iran, Europe, America and Asian countries. His works are represented in several museums and major collections worldwide. He has been awarded more than ten prizes by various art institutes and cultural centers. He has a doctorate (grade 1 in arts) in Iranian painting and Islamic arts from the High Council of Culture and Art.
In 2001 The Cultural Heritage Foundation in the Sa’dabad Cultural Complex in Tehran had devoted a musume to the works of the Master, and has been set up and inauguarated shortly in the same year ,after the name “The Museum of Master Mahmoud Farshchian”,
Master is also a member in the committee supervising the construction of the shrine,and has devoted his another artistic work to the shrine of the 8th shiite Imam, Ali ibn Mus’ar-Reza in Mashhad The design of the Zarih (the box-like latticed enclosure which is placed on top of the tomb), roof, door and cellar in and.
Master Farshchian currently resides in New Jersey. His son Alimorad Farshchian MD is a doctor of medicine who practices in the state of Florida. His daughter Leila Farshchian-Moradmand BCBA is a behavior analyst and resides in New Jersey.His masterpieces have been hosted by several museums and exhibitions worldwide. He’s the most modernizer of the field of miniatures, an art form which was first established in Ancient Persia and later spread to China and Turkey and other Middle eastern countries.
Farshchian is the founder of his own school in Iranian Painting, which adheres to classical form while making use of new techniques to broaden the scope of Iranian painting. He has brought new life to this art form and has freed it from the symbiotic relationship it has historically had with poetry and literature, to give it an independence it had not previously enjoyed. His powerful and innovative paintings are dynamic, expansive and vibrant canvases with an appealing fusion of the traditional and the modern, which are constituents of his unique style of painting.
Master Farshchian has played a decisive role in introducing Iranian art to the international art scene. He has been invited to speak and exhibit at numerous universities and art institutes. There have been six books and countless articles published about Farshchian’s works. Illustration of Shahnameh Ferdowsi (1353) ,Paintings and Designs by Mahmoud Farshchian, Volume One, Translating and Publishing , Company (1355), Mahmoud Farshchian, Volume II, Publishing Negar (1370), Grand Hyacinths in Shahnameh Ferdowsi (1370), The stories of the Pahlavans in Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh (1993), Mahmoud Farshchian, Volume 3, German Edition, Mahmoud Farshchian, Volume Four, UNESCO, Italian Printing, Mahmoud Farshchian, Collection of works, Volume 5, House of Culture and Art Guaya (2008)In 2007 British-Omani designer Amr Ali used Farschian’s painting The Fifth Day of Creation as the main influence for his collection presented at London Fashion Week. And he has many Awards and articles as well. For more you need to know about we subject you to read more about Master you can search the internet .

Shahab Hosseini , an Iranian actor and director

Shahab Hosseini was born on February 3, 1974 in Tehran, Iran. He grew up in a family of six and was the oldest child. He earned his high school diploma in Biology. Once a psychology student at the University of Tehran, he dropped out with the intent of emigrating to Canada. Instead, he ended up as a radio host in Iran. This was followed by hosting “Oxygen,” a TV show for the youth audience, and some small acting roles in a few TV series of which “After Rain” (Pas Az Baran) was the first. His debut in cinema was in Rokhsareh (2002), performing alongside Mitra Hajjar. His acting career took off with his performance in movies such as Tahmineh Milani’s Die fünfte Reaktion (2003) (Vakonesh-e-Panjom) and Superstar (2009). He won the Crystal Simorgh from Tehran’s 27th Fajr International Film Festival for his performance as Kourosh in “Superstar”. Two years later, he received the Diploma of Honor from Fajr Film Festival and the Silver Bear Award from the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival for his memorable role as the hot-tempered Hodjat in Asghar Farhadi’s internationally critically acclaimed film, A Separation (2011). He has also received several nominations and awards from Iran’s House of Cinema including Best Actor in a Lead Role for his performance in Asghar Fardadi’s previous film, about Elly (2009).the popular Shahab Hosseini has some, internationally collaborations with Iranian writer and director Asghar Farhadi like About Elly(2008), A Separation(2011), and The Salesman (2016). He has won the Silver Bear for Best Actor for A Separation together with the male cast in 61st  Berlin International Film Festival, and the Best Actor Award in 2016 Cannes Film Festival for his role in The Salesman.Shahab Hosseini for the first time won Crystal Simorgh for Superstar movie in (2009) year. In 2013, he made his movie directing debut.

Taraneh Alidoosti is a Crystal-Simorgh winning Iranian actress.

Taraneh was Born on January 12th 1984 in Tehran. Her father is a former national team football player, Hamid Alidoosti. She started her career as an actress visiting Amin Tarokh’s acting school in 2000.She began her acting career at age 17 with the leading role in I’m Taraneh, 15 in Rasul Sadr Ameli, film in 2002. She won the Bronze Leopard for Best Actress from the Locarno International Film Festival in 2002, as well as the Crystal Simorgh for Best Actress from the 20th Fajr Film Festivl, becoming the youngest person ever to do so. Shortly after she set another record, getting nominated three consecutive times for the best actress prize at the Fajr Film Festival for her first three films. Since then she has maintained a steady but selective work flow in both theatre and cinema. She is mostly known for her choosy criteria in accepting challenging, dramatic roles, as exemplified by her long collaboration with Oscar winner Asghar Farhadi, making her one of the most acclaimed actresses of her generation. A prominent actress in Iran, she has bagged many awards and accolades to her name. Taraneh has played in The beautiful City as Firoozeh in 2004,Jamshid and Khorshin ,in 2005 as khorshid ,in 2066 she was Rouhi in the movie called Fireworks Wednesday ,she played in film Shirin and in 2009 , About Elly in the role of Elly .which she won the crystals Simorgh in that film.The film , whatever God wants in 2010 as Parmida ,as Parastoo in the film life with closed eyes in 2011 and in the same year she played in the film at the 8’th street as Niloofar.
Modest reception in 2012 as Leyla, The shallow yellow sky in 2013 as Ghazal ,Films the wedlock and Atomic hearth Mother in the year 2014 as Sanaz and Arineh , Absolute rest in 2015 as Samira and As Rana in The salesman in the year 2016. And many other .. In a poll conducted among 130 film critics by Sanate Cinema magazine, she was voted the best Iranian movie actress of the decade. She has been suggested to be one of the best actresses in Iran. In 2012, a similar poll by the Film Monthly Magazine also chose her as the best actress of the decade.

Anousheh Ansari , “First Female Private Space Explorer & First Space Ambassador”

Anousheh Ansari, is an Iranian-American, and the first Muslim woman in space . On September 18, 2006, Anousheh Ansari captured headlines around the world as the first female private space explorer. Anousheh earned a place in history as the fourth private explorer to visit space and the first astronaut of Iranian descent. born September 12, 1966 is an Iranian-American engineer , co-founder and chairwoman of Prodea Systems. Her previous business accomplishments include serving as co-founder and CEO of Telecom Technologies, Inc. (TTI). The Ansari family is also the title sponsor of the Ansari X Prize. On September 18, 2006, a few days after her 40th birthday, she became the first Iranian in space. Ansari was the fourth overall self-funded space traveler, and the first self-funded woman to fly to the International Space Station .Her memoir, My Dream of Stars, co-written with Homer Hickam, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2010.A remarkable and multi-talented woman has conducted experiments on plants, anemia, muscles and space radiation.  She also took over 1,500 photos – many quite dramatic pictures of Earth.
She also has provided philanthropic support for space exploration and education, most notably by co-funding the Ansari X-Prize space. Anousheh immigrated to the United States as a teenager who did not speak English. She earned a bachelor’s6 degree in electronics and computer engineering from George Mason University, followed by a master’s degree in electrical engineering from George Washington University. She has an honorary doctorate from the International Space University. She is currently working toward a master’s degree in astronomy from Swinburne University. She currently works to enable social entrepreneurs to bring about radical change globally, with organizations such as X Prize, ASHOKA and the PARSA Community Foundation. She believes the key to a better future for humankind is in the hands of our young generation, and it is up to us to provide them with the right tools through education and as good role models. Through it all, Anousheh continues to quote Gandhi, one of her personal heroes, who said, “Be the change you want to see in the world.”
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Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī also known as Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhī  , Mawlawī (مولوی , “my master”), and more popularly simply as Rumi . He was born on 30 September 1207 – 17 December 1273, was a 13th-century Persian Sunni Muslim poet, jurist, Islamic,  scholar, theologian, and Sufi mystic. Rumi’s influence transcends national borders and ethnic divisions: Iranians, Tajiks, Turks, Greeks, Pashtuns, other Central Asian Muslims, and the Muslims of South Asia have greatly appreciated his spiritual legacy for the past seven centuries. His poems have been widely translated into many of the world’s languages and transposed into various formats. Rumi has been described as the “most popular poet” and the “best selling poet” in the United States. In Iran People mostly use the name Mlana and admire his written poets and work.Rumi’s works are written mostly in Persian, but occasionally he also used Turkish, Arabic, and Greek, in his verse. His Mathnawi, composed in Konya, is considered one of the greatest poems of the Persian language. His works are widely read today in their original language across Greater Iran and the Persian-speaking world. Translations of his works are very popular, most notably in Turkey, Azerbaijan, the United States, and South Asia. His poetry has influenced not only Persian literature, but also Turkish,Ottoman Turkish, Azerbaijani, as well as the literature of some other Turkic, Iranian, and Indo-Aryan languages including Chagatai, Urdu and Pashto.

Hafiz Shirazi

Khajeh Shamsedin Muhammad ibn Baha’ddin ,Muhammad Hafiz Shirazi (born in 727 (Lunar) – died 792 (Lunar)), known as Lassan al-Ghaib, Tarjuman al-Asrar, Lazan al-Araf and Nazmalavlia, the great poet of the eighth century of Iran (dating back to the fourteenth century AD), and one of the most wise speakers in the world. Most of his poetry are as ghazall that is known for God and sages of that time. Hafez’s trend is well known in Khajavi Kermani’s way of speaking and resemblance to his way of speaking. He is one of the most influential writers in post-war poets. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, his poetry was translated into European languages, and his name came to literary circles of the Western world. Each year, Hafiz’s commemoration ceremony will be held on October 20th at the site of his tomb in Shiraz with the participation of Iranian and foreign scholars. According to the official calendar of Iran, this day is called the day of Hafez’s commemoration
Hafiz in his teens had memorized all of the Koran (Muslim Holly Book)by listening to his father’s recitations of it. He also had memorized many of the works of his hero, Saadi, as wells as Attar, Rumi and Nizami.His father who was a coal merchant died, leaving him and his mother with much debt. Hafiz and his mother went to live with his uncle (also called Saadi). He left day school to work in a drapery shop and later in a the Age 21(1341 ad)While still working at the bakery, Hafiz delivered bread to a wealthy quarter of town and saw Shakh-e Nabat, a young woman of incredible beauty. Many of his poems are addressed to Shakh-e Nabat. In this phase, up to the age of 69 when he died, he composed more than half of his ghazals, and continued to teach his small circle of disciples. His poetry at this time, talk with the authority of a Master who is united with God.
Divan-e-Hafiz contains Some 500 ghazals, 42 Rubaiyees, and a few Ghaseedeh’s, composed over a period of 50 years. Late 1388 or early 1389 A.D or 791 A.H. at the age of 69.
 in Musalla Gardens, along the banks of Ruknabad river in Shiraz, which is referred to as Hafezieh.

Abu Ali Sina Hakim, a philosopher, physician and great scientist of Iran, known in the Western world, called Avicenna, was named “Amir Doctors”, born in 370 AH in Bukhara in the month of 370 AH. This great wise   Professor Who later became the most influential figure in the science and philosophy of the Islamic world, everyone known  him as Sheikh al-Rais, Hijat-ul-Haq and Sharaf al-Molk, .

Since the beginning of his childhood His father, Abdullah, was struggling hard at his education, and his home was a meeting place for scientists close and far. Abu Ali Sian had the talent and merit of learning different sciences. Ibn Sina taught all the Quran and syntax up to the age of ten, and then paid for logic and mathematics. His professor in mathematics,was “Abu Abdullah Natalie.” After that, he began studying natural sciences, metaphysics and medicine in the “Abu Soheil Christian”. At the age of sixteen, he was master in all his time sciences; when he reached age 18 years old He did not need to read or study any science, because he had mastered all the sciences and only needed to deepen his understanding in order to better understand his lessons. Ibn Sina’s skill in medical science and his ability to cure the ruling of that time, led him to be a dominant affair and to have a great position in the court. In 403 AH, after overcoming the hardships and great difficulties encountered on this journey, he crossed the northern desert of Khorasan. Bu Ali managed to treat Amir Shams al-Dawlah, who had been disabling of all the doctors from his treatment, and for this reason he found such an approach to him who was in charge of the ministry and for several years and Until the death of the Amir, it was a duty to do so After the death of Shams al-Dawlah, he turned his back on the jail, and when he refused to serve in the ministry, he was jailed. In prison, she wrote her famous “healing” book. After some time he managed to escape from the prison and escaped from Hamedan with a dervish robe. Bin Sina went from Hamadan to Isfahan, which was considered a great center of science and had a desire to visit for many years. In this city, he was attended by Ala’d al-Dawlah and lived for 15 years with comfort in the city. During this time, he wrote several important books and even began to build an observatory. But this comfort was not permanent for him, because once Esfahan was exposed to the attack of Massoud Ghaznavi, the son of Sultan Mahmud Ghaznavi, and in this attack, some of the great works of this great wise disappeared. This was a great blow to him, and in addition to It would also hurt kidney disease. For this reason, he returned to Hamadan and died in the city of 428 AH and died at the age of fifty seven.

Great Cyrus the first king of the Achaemenes Kingdom
The Persian Empire is one of the most mysterious major civilizations in the ancient world. Persia became an empire under the Achaemenid king, Cyrus the Great, who created a policy of religious and cultural tolerance that became the hallmark of Persian rule. The empire that Cyrus left behind expanded to India and Greece under the reign of Darius I, who built the capital of Persepolis. The second Cyrus, famous for Cyrus the Great, was the founder and first king of the Achaemenes kingdom. Between 559 and 529 BC, Cyrus was the result of the marriage of Cambyses I and Mandana.He ruled over vast areas of Asia. Cyrus the Great, for the sake of generosity, the foundation of human rights, the foundation of the first multi-national and world empire, the liberation of slaves and religions, respect for various religions and religions, the spread of civilization, and so on. Cyrus was the most popular king of Persia and the founder of a global empire. Cyrus seems to respect the tradition and the religions of the conquered territories. The Persians chose him as the father, the clerics of Babylon, Marduk, the Jews sent him Christ, from the Lord and the Greeks, he was a great fathi and a clever politician. Xenophon describes him as idealistic and idealistic in Kourosh The Persians called Cyrus the Great, the father and the Greeks, who had conquered their lands, called him the Servant and the Legislator. The Jews regarded Cyrus the Great as being anointed by the Lord, while the Babylonians considered Cyrus the Great to be approved by Marduk.and It is worth mentioning the behavior of Cyrus the Great after the failure of the Qaron. Cyrus did not defeat and not humiliate the defeated Lady, but survived under the protection of Cyrus until the end of his life, and despite the fact that about three months had been arrested by Cyrus the Great in conditions of war and under the siege of his city, they were pardoned. The behavior of Cyrus the Great after the conquest of Babylon has a special place between archaeologists and even lawyers. The great Cyrus freed the Jews and returned all the property that Baghlan-ol-Nasr (Nebuchadnezzar), the mighty king of Babylon in the conquest of Jerusalem had captured from the temple of Solomon, provided many financial aid and facilities for them to return to Jerusalem, and the command He restored the temple of Solomon and, therefore, became known as a Savior among the Jews, recorded in the history of the Jews and in the Torah.Of course, one of the main reasons for the fear of Nabonid, the king of Babylon, was the popularity of Cyrus the Great for his moral interest and popularity with the people of Babylon on the one hand, and the predictions of the Prophets of Israel concerning the release of the Jewish people by Cyrus on the other.
The main goal of Cyrus the Great was to advance from the battle to the east, to provide security and consolidate the situation, otherwise there was no government on the eastern side of that era, a state that could deal with Cyrus the Great. Under the command of the eastern regions of Iran, Cyrus the Great doubled the breadth of his land. Now the king of Babylon was truly regretful of his betrayal to Cyrus the Great and his covenant with his early Medal victory. The cemetery of Cyrus, which was built most of his time before his death and by his own command, was considered sacred throughout the entire Achaemenes period and kept well. In the Islamic era, this was known as Mashhad, the mother of Solomon, and the first person to receive Mashhad, the mother of Solomon, is the same as the tomb of Cyrus the Great. The tomb of Cyrus the Great is located about one kilometer southwest of Pasargad palaces. This work was registered in 2004 as a subset of Pasargad under number 1106 at the UNESCO World Heritage Site.


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