Kerman

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industry science

in the 15th century. Even today, Parsis maintain a cultural relationship with Iran, travelling to the cities of Tehran, Yazd and Kerman in Iran for pilgrimage. In the modern era, the Parsi community have contributed significantly to India and Pakistan in the areas of politics, industry, science, and culture. Prominent Indian Parsis include Dadabhai Naoroji (three times president of Indian National Congress), Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, nuclear energy scientist Homi Bhabha


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. The vertical shafts support construction and maintenance of the underground channel as well as air interchange. Deep shafts require intermediate platforms to simplify the process of removing spoils. Muhammad's son Jalal ad-Din Mingburnu returned to Iran in c. 1224 after his exile in India. Rival Turkic states remained of his father's empire quickly declared their allegiance to him. He repulsed the first Mongol attempt to take Central Persia


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Aḥmad founded the Būyid confederation (Buyid dynasty). Originally a soldier in the service of the Ziyārīds (Ziyarids) of Ṭabaristān (Tabaristan), ‘Alī was able to recruit an army to defeat a Turkish general from Baghdad named Yāqūt (Yaqut) in 934. Over the next nine years the three brothers gained control of the remainder of the caliphate, while accepting the titular authority of the caliph in Baghdad. The Būyids made large territorial gains. Fars (Fars Province) and Jibal were


high culture

language Kurdish languages. Nader's mother tongue was a dialect of the language group spoken by the Turkic tribes (Turkic peoples) of Iran and Central Asia, and he would have quickly learned Persian (Persian language), the language of high culture and the cities as he grew older; But the Turkic language (Turkic languages) was always his preferred everyday speech, unless he was dealing with someone who knew only Persian.'' accessdate 2010-09-30 WikiPedia:kerman fa:کرمان


active radio

channel. The city has also an active radio station. Transportation thumb Right 200px Kerman's Adineh Bus terminus (Image:Adineh Kariman Bus Terminus.jpg) thumb right 200px Boeing 747-400 of Iranian Mahan Air (Image:Dubai Airport 16.08.2009 05-12-24.jpg) Kerman is on the Tehran, Bandar Abbas (Road 71 (Iran)) and Zahedan route (Road 86 (Iran)). Kerman Airport is counted as one of the main airports which has daily and weekly flights to Tehran, Ahwaz, Yazd


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*Sirch Ski resort *Kerman Horseback Riding Club *International Kart racing track: This track is one of the most standard Kart racing tracks in Iran. *international Large track cycling (under construction) Media Kerman is the media center of the Kerman Province There are many newspapers that are published in the city,such as Kerman Emruz(Kerman Today),Bidari, and Hadis.Pasargad is also a weekly newspaper. Kerman has an 24hr active TV channel known as Kerman channel or The 5th


weekly international

, a Zoroastrian Yazdi immigrant to Tehran, who served as one of the farm-managers of Naser al-Din Shah Qajar. Farhang was raised as a devout Zororastrian and a patriotic Iranian. Transportation Chabahar is connected to multimodal transportation through air, sea and roads. Its Konarak Airport has twice daily flights to the capital Tehran, thrice weekly flights to Zahedan and twice weekly flights to Mashhad, Shiraz and Bandar Abbas. It has also a weekly

international flight to Doha and Dubai and a biweekly flight to Mascat. Chabahar has two jetties that connect it to international waterways. Iranian contractors are developing both jetties to provide port facilities for handling of 6 million tons of goods a year; this is expected to be completed by 2011. Chabahar is connected to national road networks. Chabahar-Bandar Abbas, Chabahar-Iranshahr-Kerman, Chabahar-Iranshahr-Zahedan-Mashahd and Chabahar-Iranshahr-Zahedan-Milak (Milak, Iran) (on the Afghanistan border) are four main routes connecting Chabahar to national and international roads. transmission 5-speed manual (Manual transmission) 4-speed automatic (Automatic transmission) 3-speed automatic (Automatic transmission) assembly Bupyeong (Bupyeong-gu), South Korea Cairo, Egypt (Daewoo Motors Egypt (Speranza Motors)) Asaka (Asaka, Uzbekistan), Uzbekistan (UzDaewoo (UzDaewooAuto)) WikiPedia:kerman fa:کرمان


population speaking

books?id O4FFQjh-gr8C&lpg PP1&pg PA20#v onepage&q&f false quote ''His father was of lowly but respectable status, a herdsman of the Afshar tribe ... The Qereqlu Afshars to whom Nader's father belonged were a semi-nomadic Turcoman (Turkmen people) tribe settled in Khorasan (Greater Khorasan) in north-eastern Iran ... The tribes of Khorasan were for the most part linguistically distinct from the Persian-speaking population, speaking Turkic (Turkic languages) or Kurdish


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in the Middle Persian book ''Book of Deeds of Ardeshir Son of Papak''. This story is later confirmed by Ferdowsi's ''Shahnameh''. This theory suggests that Sasan married the daughter of Papak after the latter discovers that Sasan is of royal Achaemenid descent. Hence Ardashir was born. From here onwards Sasan disappears from the story and Papak is considered the father. Ardashir helped Papak conquer some parts of Fars. It is possible that after Papak's death, his son Shapur, had a short


highly distinctive

, in the province of Kerman. It is one of the most artifact-rich archaeological sites in the Middle East. Archaeological excavations in Jiroft led to the discovery of several objects belonging to the fourth millennium BC, a time that goes beyond the age of civilization in Mesopotamia. There is a large quantity of objects decorated with highly distinctive engravings of animals, mythological figures, and architectural motifs. The objects and their iconography are unlike anything ever seen before by archeologists. Many are made from chlorite, a gray-green soft stone; others are in copper, bronze, terracotta, and even lapis lazuli. Recent excavations at the sites have produced the world's earliest inscription which pre-dates Mesopotamian inscriptions. Cultural Heritage news agency retrieved 27 March 2008 WikiPedia:kerman fa:کرمان

Kerman

'''Kerman''' (

It is the largest and most developed city in the Kerman Province and the most important city in South-East Iran. It is one of the largest cities of Iran in terms of area. Kerman is famous for its long history and strong cultural heritage. The city is home to many historic mosques and Zoroastrian fire temples. Kerman is also on the list of the recent world's 1000 cleanest cities. Kerman is also a former capital of Iran, a position that it held during several periods. It is located on a large, flat plain, 1,036 km (643 mi) south of Tehran, the capital of Iran.

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