I whisper your name, my being is filled with love, your name is light ... your name is passion ... your name is a smile ... and a smile is necessary in pronouncing your name, or Ghazi Al-Hajat or Sari Reza in your name ... persian rug He is my pride, he wears and weaves his robe, he buys the color of his house, he buys his plan and system, he is the best in the competition, he supports the persian rug. A drop of blood drips from the paws, a golden pattern drips from the pains. The persian rug is my pride.
Our literature is the literature of happiness. Our culture and world culture is the culture of happiness. Peripatetic philosophy and enlightenment both call for happiness, and their argument is that the end point of all activities is happiness and joy. Aristotle first stated that every movement in the world is for happiness, although man suffers, but the ultimate goal is happiness. How many times does man accept a toil and suffering not because it is desirable? Because no suffering is good, no sorrow is good, no sorrow is good unless it is a prelude to a transcendent happiness. In Plato's Banquet, which according to the greats is one of the best books in literature, we read that wisdom, goodness and beauty are the values that are the source of happiness. The Quran is the most obvious manifestation of these three values. The Quran is full of knowledge, goodness and beauty.
Master Ali Tajer Rashti was born in 1302 in one of the autumn days in Kashan. Master Ali Tajer Rashti, known as Rashtizadeh, emigrated to Kashan from Kashan in 1318 with a new idea. At that time, with a capital of 400 Tomans and the purchase of wool, they started spinning wool in homes and producing woolen yarn. Due to the good quality of the yarn produced, this work developed rapidly and a master set up a spinning workshop. Over time, the master became interested in handmade carpets as one of the manifestations of the original persian culture and civilization. In their view; The handmade carpet was the product of human hand art and the recognition of color and harmony of colors in the form of various persian original designs. In this regard, they set up their first rug hanger in a spinning workshop.
Lecture by Dr. Jhuleh, researcher and expert in handwoven carpets
About 353 years ago, where we do not know where it was, maybe near Qom, maybe Joshqan somewhere in the area, a number of artists and artists are very artistic and in their time, that is, 353 years ago, very modern and modern, those who were far ahead of their time. They break and put aside and do great work. After the death of Shah Abbas II, who is in the shrine of Imam Masoumeh, his tomb is a 12-sided room, furnished in 1082 AH to one of the seven wonders of the rug weaving world. Nearly 85 years later, the first international introduction of this rug takes place. 353 years ago, some people came together who were definitely architects, painters, modern people who broke with tradition, and certainly an art director who cut it. We know him because he wrote his name on the rug. Nematullah Joshaghani, under the supervision of this great artist, created a rug in 14 pieces, that is, he created a large puzzle with an approximate area of about 60 square meters at that time. These 14 pieces of rug are the 2 main pieces and the middle of the rug we will call it is 51 square meters. That is, 353 years ago, 51 square meters of maps were drawn by hand without asymmetry, and finally in 2 pieces that were placed together and formed the main piece and had 12 sides.
Lecture by Ms. Fereshteh Dastpak, Head of the Iran National Carpet Center
of our major concerns in the field of handwoven carpets in the country is the discussion of advertising and participation in exhibitions. Exactly right, advertising has a very, very big impact on the development and introduction of any product in the world. I consider it my duty and we have predicted that we will be able to forecast a budget for the promotion of handwoven carpets in the country in 1398, but I expect that from you who are in the field of handwoven carpets, heads of unions and provincial officials, I have a request. In the provincial budgets, anticipate and plan training for the development of handwoven carpets, trainings that can be effective for the economic prosperity of rug weaving in the end.
Iran, the sacrifice of your tears, your laughter, your beating heart, the sacrifice of your sorrow, your hope, your eternal liberation, your eternal liberation, Iran, if they broke your heart, they bound you to resentment The bullet was drawn in blood, Vali Street, the last word was that my soul's sacrifice for Iran in Mandio, the time has become new, the dream of love has been renewed, a thousand hearts have been broken, the end has become a thousand and one excuses, Iran, I swear by your tired soil, My stay is eaten up by your happiness Linked to your happiness eaten Linked to Iran If they broke your heart, they tied you to a bondage of resentment.