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One of the nicest tea-houses (chaikhaneh) in Shiraz can be found in the grounds, set around a rectangular pool. You can sit around on cushions sip a cup of tea, or rose water while reflecting on his …

One of the nicest tea-houses (chaikhaneh) in Shiraz can be found in the grounds, set around a rectangular pool. You can sit around on cushions sip a cup of tea, or rose water while reflecting on his poetry. Hafez spent most of his life in his native town and died there in 1389. He is considered the undisputed master of the ghazal, and his poems reflect a richness and a subtlety unequalled even by the other great talent, Saadi.
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  • Thank you Cachi and Johndemi. ’We have come into this exquisite world to experience ever and ever more deeply our divine courage, freedom and light!’ — Hafiz
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  • Interesting and very informative presentation.The Iranian people certainly sounds friendly.
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  • 1. Shiraz Hafeziye
  • 2. The Tomb of Hafez and its associated memorial hall, the Hafeziyeh, are two memorial structures erected in the northern edge of Shiraz, Iran, in memory of the celebrated Persian poet Hafez (1320 – 1389)
  • 3. Hafez was buried in a garden located in Gulgasht-i Musalla, a famous resort on the northern outskirts of medieval Shiraz that was covered with gardens and praised frequently in Hafez’s poems for its beauty and cool breezes that "one could not even find in paradise.”
  • 4. According to literary sources, an aged cypress tree said to be planted by the poet stood at the head of the his grave
  • 5. By the sixteenth century, the garden had become a popular Shiraz cemetery called Khak-i Musalla, with Hafez’s grave at its center.
  • 6. The present complex was shaped in the 1930s when the central talar was extended from both sides, incorporating the four original columns into an elongated colonnaded hall 56 meters in length.
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  • 8. The pool and surrounding tombstones (except for a few belonging to well-known figures) were eradicated, and a modern open pavilion was erected over Hafez’s grave
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  • 11. Tea drinking is an integral part of Iranian hospitality. No social occasion passes by without it being offered. The teahouse in the gardens of the Hafez mausoleum is a lovely courtyard with a cushioned niches around the walls and a large pool in the middle
  • 12. Every visitor to Shiraz comes to this tomb - often with a purpose; people believe that if they have a wish and open at random the Diwan-e Hafez and read a ghazal in full, they will know (by interpreting the ghazal) if their wish will turn into reality or not.
  • 13. Even after all this time, the sun never says to the earth, "You owe me." Look what happens with a love like that. It lights the whole sky. (Hafiz)
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  • 17. Here in Shiraz, people come to pose by his grave, to pray at his grave, to meditate and to understand the future. Iranians say that all homes should have two things; the Quran and Hafez ....
  • 18. Iranians are frequent pilgrims, visiting shrines of saints, poets, clerics, and even fallen heroes of politics or culture
  • 19. Cemeteries are among the places where Persian poetry is a visible presence. Many gravestones carry a line or two by a poet, classic or modern - "If you come to see me, come gently and slowly", or "One whose heart was sustained on love will never die.”
  • 20. “ One regret, dear world, That I am determined not to have When I am lying on my deathbed Is that I did not kiss you enough.” (Hafiz)
  • 21. Iranians love to be photographed and often require that
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  • 23. Relations between non-Muslim men and Muslim women are illegal.
  • 24. As a tourist woman in Iran, you would be strongly advised to dress conservatively and to cover your hair appropriately. You should also wear loose fitting garments (e.g. coats / long tops) which cover your arms and legs up to at least the knee area. Men should not dress in shorts / short trousers under any circumstances
  • 25. The only woman with covered face that I saw in Iran, and her husband wanted to show us her beautiful clothes!!
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  • 27. An example of the distinction of public and private can be seen through taarof, a system of politeness, communicated both verbally and non-verbally, that has deep roots in the Iranian tradition of treating your guests better than your own family and in being great hosts
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  • 30. Sound : Googoosh - Buye safar Iran Text: Internet Pictures : Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Arangement Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda