When people travel they may not need to know the language of the local, many travel with out speaking a word of the visiting nation.
The Poonel Tour and Travel wants you to look at your roots and realize who you are
Every city has a story come and listen and see with your own eyes
Fritillaria Imperialis: This Tulip plant grows in an upside down format in the region of Zagros. It can grow to reach up to one meter height & it blooms during the mid-spring in the rainfall season. The format of this flower seen in the Bas-Relief of Bisotun in the Kermanshah area during the Reign of Sassanid Empire, also in the same province in the city of Kermanshah in the Taq-e Bostan museum next to the Bas-Relief of the Sassanid King.
“Each city has its own story to tell” Let us show our Persia From a different perspective Yes, this is about an ancient civilization who changed the map of the world. Cyrus the Great and his life story has touched many in their own ways. As far as I am concerned the fatal mistake committed in 1935, when Reza Shah the founder of Pahlavi dynasty decided to change the name of the country from Persia into Iran, he didn’t realize the damage he did to the history and Identity of a Nation: In the Western world, Persia (or one of its cognates) was historically the common name for Iran. On the Nowruz of 1935, Reza Shah Pahlavi asked foreign delegates to use the term Iran, the endonym of the country, in formal correspondence. Since then, in the Western World, the use of the word "Iran" has become more common. This also changed the usage of the terms for Iranian nationality, and the common adjective for citizens of Iran changed from "Persian" to "Iranian". In 1959, the government of Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, Reza Shah Pahlavi's son, announced that both "Persia" and "Iran" could officially be used interchangeably.[1
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The harsh mistake cost Persia to lose Identity: In 1935 Reza Shah proposed to call Persia “IRAN”