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Investment_ Planning Section

 

Presentation of  Fars Planning & Investment Affairs Department
Deputy:Mr.Shahbazi
Office Number:32229074
Email:
If you have any  practical suggestion , please  do not  hesitate  to contact Deputy department

 

Planning  and proceding to attract financial resources at the provincial level based on relevant regulations.

 

Help to identify new resources and attract investment to develop specialized activities of the organization at the provincial level.

Planning to perform the projects which are related to the organization based on relevant regulations.
Suggest solutions,guidance of activities for banking facilities of province based on relevant regulations.
Planning for development and job opportunities related to professtional  activities of the organization.
Suggest solutions for creating occupation and attract resources.

 

 

 

 

Cultural Heritage Department

Presentation of  Fars Cultural Heritage Department
Deputy:Mr.Nasiri Asl
Office number:32240203
Email:
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Planning to conduct, review and identify archaeological research, speculation and determining archeological territories,as well as excavation and reporting to the organization.
Determining the territories of historical monuments.
Respond to inquiries which includes:
Work on discovered objects, unauthorized excavation and restoration of objets in the workshop.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gabbeh

Persian Gabbeh is a hand-knotted ( handmade ) thick Persian rug with long pile. It is made by the nomads of Fars province in south west Iran, of which the famous city of Shiraz is the capital. The most famous nomad group of this region is the Qashqai Tribe. Although the existing few old pieces of Gabbeh rugs are not more than 100 years old, but the existence of Persian Gabbeh was recorded in an order issued by Shah Tahmasp, the second monarch of the Safavid dynasty (1502-1736) to use Gabbeh among other rugs to welcome and honor King Homayun of India who took refuge to Iran. Shah Tahmasp himself knew how to do miniature painting and he had made few rug designs himself.
Gabbeh like many other types of Persian rugs is made with local handspun wool and vegetable dye. The KPSI (knot per square inch) is around 50. The foundation of authentic Persian Gabbeh (the warp) is wool, so Gabbeh is a wool on wool rug.
Since there are no chemicals and synthetics involved in its material and dye, it is fair to say that Gabbeh is a nature, weaver and user friendly rug. Natural dye and fine local wool with long fibers make the wool lustrous. The designs are simple and children like paintings which bring peace of mind to homes and offices which use Gabbeh as floor covering. Although tribal and rural, but the abstract and cubist designs of Persian Gabbeh look so modern and match the interiors of today's homes. Simplified human, animal, and tree motives are usually utilized by Gabbeh weavers who use their imaginations and the environment around them to weave such designs.
In the past, Gabbeh and other rugs made by the nomads were not for sale and they were made for domestic use at homes and tents. Therefore, the weavers were free to use the designs and motives they liked, since they did not have to take the customers' or the market's taste into account. It is difficult to classify the designs of Gabbehs, as there are many designs which do not follow any preset rules therefore do not fall into specific categories.

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Persepolis Fars Bishapur Shiraz

Pasargade Moshir Mosque

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Iranian Recipe

 

 

 

 

Orange Persian Rice

Ingredients

Butter, 2 tablespoons

Rice, 1 1/3 cups (uncooked)

Salt, 1 teaspoon

Raisins, 3/4 cup

Red pepper powder, 1/4 teaspoon

Gingerroot, 1 piece (grated or finely minced)

Chicken broth, 2 1/2 cups

Orange juice, 1 cup

Fresh parsley, 1 tablespoon (chopped)

Orange zest (grated before juicing), 1 tablespoon

Almonds, 1/4 cup (slivered and toasted)

Direction

Melt butter in a small Dutch oven, or medium-sized sauce pan, over medium heat. Add rice, stirring constantly until rice is lightly browned.

Add salt, raisins, red pepper flakes, grated ginger-root, chicken broth and orange juice.

Bring to boil, reduce heat, cover and simmer for 20 minutes. Remove from heat and let stand for five minutes.

Add fresh parsley (optional), grated orange zest, and toasted almonds.

Serve hot with yogurt or pickles.

Health Benefits of Raisins

Raisins are indispensable when it comes to dry fruits. Those golden, green or black colored delicacies are favorites of almost everybody, especially children.

They are widely used worldwide in cuisines (especially in desserts), health tonics, snacks and also as food for mountaineers, trekkers, etc.

Obtained by drying grapes (green or black), either in sun or in driers, raisins look like golden, green or black gems. Indeed, they are like gems when their nutritional values and health benefits are considered.

Constipation: When ingested, raisins swell as the fiber present in them in dried form absorbs water. This helps give relief in constipation.

Weight Gain: Raisins, like all dry fruits, are very good for gaining weight, as they are full of fructose and glucose, and give a lot of energy. Thus, they form an ideal part of the diet for either athletes or body builders who need a lot of energy or those who want to put on weight, without accumulating cholesterol.

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