By Elton L. Daniel
Iran is usually a hotspot within the information, and the Muslim nation is mostly negatively portrayed within the West. tradition and Customs of Iran rejects facile stereotyping and offers the wealthy, age-old Persian tradition that struggles with pressures of the trendy global. this can be the 1st quantity in English to bare the real sociocultural features of Iran this present day for a common viewers in an target type. Authoritative, substantial narrative chapters conceal the gamut of issues, from faith and spiritual notion to Iranian food and gala's.
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For the rest of the century, the British and the Russians continued to work to promote their respective positions in Iran, while not coming into overt conflict with each other, and to exclude other countries from any significant role there. This culminated in the notorious Anglo-Russian 26 Culture and Customs of Iran Agreement of 1907. The document’s pledge “to respect the integrity and independence of Persia” was nothing more than a platitude; in fact, it recognized a sphere of influence in northern Iran where Russia would have a free hand to do much as it pleased, and a corresponding sphere of influence was assigned to Britain in the south.
D. 1747), the five-year-old Âghâ Mohammad had been captured and castrated by the Afshârid ‘Âdel Shâh. There is little doubt Âghâ Mohammad was seething with rage at both this indignity and his captivity in Shiraz, despite Karim Khân’s kind treatment of him, and that he channeled this anger into a relentless and ruthless drive for power. He escaped from Shiraz after Karim Khân’s death, returned to his tribal homeland near the southeastern shores of the Caspian, asserted his leadership over the Qâjâr tribe, and took advantage of succession disputes among the Zand to expand his tribal lands at their expense.
D. 1747 by some of his own officers who feared he was about to have them executed. The Afsharid Dynasty founded by Nâder Shah became after his death nothing more than a short-lived regional power in eastern Iran with no rulers of any distinction. Authority over the rest of Iran was contested by various rivals, mostly defectors from the Afshârid army, of whom the most important proved to be Karim Khân, a soldier from an Iranian tribal group known as the Zand. d. 1732; Karim Khân led them back after Nâder’s death.
Culture and Customs of Iran (Culture and Customs of the Middle East) by Elton L. Daniel