Persian women go go..

640x480_resize_thumb_ba2k-18 a



Persepolis, Iranian Women


Iranian Women Eyes


Zaciekawiło mnie że niektóre z irańskich kobiet mają jasne, między innymi zielone oczy..


choć w sumie nie dotyczy to tylko kobiet, ale to notka o kobietach, a ponadto ja przynajmniej mam słabość do mężczyzn o ciemnych, wręcz czarnych oczach (aczkolwiek wygląd to sprawa drugorzędna):) Wracając jednak do kobiet.. to różnorodność w ich wyglądzie – różne kolory oczu, włosów, itd  – widać bardzo dobrze na przykładzie irańskich dziewczynek:

An Iranian nomadic girl stands in a field wearing a brown shirt and a hijabIran, Agadash Girl

4f1c4b69f10defd2f72c8b76bef56a2cKurdish Girl


Iranian girl

75a7091291e6388237bad70980a87d04Little Kurdish Girl

b40a661e57ffeb2135b00a6fb84d86fcIranian child

Perskie kobiety w sztuce






Kobieta na poniższym malowidle wygląda troszkę jak ‚moja’ kocia bogini, która skojarzyła mi się z egipską Bastet..


jej oczy mają piękny odcień szmaragdowy…



Dzisiaj, ale w strojach tradycyjnych


Nowruz: Rite of spring

Often known as Persian New Year, Nowruz is an ancient festival marking the spring equinox. It is celebrated from Iran to north-western China


Ten perski Nowruz brzmi jak polski Nowy Rok.. ciekawe…

Persian Modern Fashion


Iranian Fashion

współczesna moda w tradycyjnym wydaniu

W barwach narodowych

Iranian Flag Girl

Perskie  Królowe


to tylko kilka wybranych postaci:


and her Ranks, never surrendered, they have fought an on going bloody battle to the bitter ends. Apranik became a symbol for the “Persian Resistance & Freedom”. Her braveries were so known, that she became the talk of the “Persian Resistance” and Persians created an expression for her! Every time a female soldier would have shown bravery among the resistance, other soldiers would smile and call her: “Apranik”. Apranik’s famous words and policy were: “No retreat, no surrender”. Apranik acted as a battery charger for resistances spirit and chose to fight with her soldiers, until the bitter end, she chose to be cut to pieces by the Arab Sword, than to become a whore in the Arab Bed… and eventually Apranik became a legend. The Legend of Apranik, is still living in every female freedom fighter of Iran’s heart. May her great spirit rest in peace. Apranik Daughter of renowned general Piran or as they used to call her “Apranik of Piran’s” will always be in the “Persian Resistance Hall of Fame”. This is what the Persian women were made of




was the Queen consort of King Cambyses I of Anshan and mother of Cyrus the Great, ruler of the Persia’s Achaemenid Dynasty (the 1st Persian Emperor and the writer of the first declaration of human rights in the globe, named The Cyrus Cylinder). There are references to Mandana’s death as 559 B.C. in the history books.

The name “Mandana” means: Eternal

mandana persian queen


Atusa Shahbanu

was the Queen of the Persian Empire, wife of the mighty Persian Achaemenid King Darius the Great, daughter of Cyrus the Great, a half-sister of Cambyses II and the mother of Xerxes the Great (Kheshayar Shah).

The name “Atusa” means: Beautiful body. 

Atusa Shahbanu


Pari Satis

Arteshbod General of the Achaemenid’s Imperial Army, wife of The Persian Empire’s King Darius the Second. In the background you can see the engraving of Darius the Great on the wall.

The name “Pari” means: Angel-like



Roxana Achaemenid

was daughter of Darius III, Shahanshah of The Persian Empire! She married the King of Macedonia: Alexander when he professed his love for her in the fortress around 327 BC. Roxana bravely accompanied him on his campaign in India in 326 BC. She bore him a posthumous son called Alexander IV Aegus, after Alexander’s sudden death at Babylon. Roxana and her son became victims of the political intrigues of the collapse of the Alexandrian Empire. Roxana murdered Alexander’s other widow, Stateira II, and Stateira’s sister Drypteis. Roxana and her son were protected by Alexander’s mother, Olympias, in Macedon, but her assassination in 316 B.C. allowed Cassander to seek kingship. Since Alexander IV Aegus was the legitimate heir to the Alexandrian empire, Cassander ordered him and Roxana assassinated around 309 BC. This is a factual based portrait and the historically accurate Roxanna.

The name “Roxana” means: The dawn and luminous beauty

Roxana Achaemenid


Shirin Shahbanu

was the Queen of the Persian Empire and the wife of King Khosrow Parviz 590-628 A.D. whose military exploits extended the empire to its furthest extent and conquered much Byzantine empire territory. Shirin was a christian princess who eventually consents to marry King Khosrow after several romantic and heroic episodes, including his rescue of her from a lion. Their historical love story has been further romanticized by Persian scholars. During his reign, King Khosrow Parviz built several magnificent palaces in the Kermanshah Province (west of Iran) and named them after his queen, Shirin; hence the city got its name from there and is now called “Qasr-e Shirin”, literary meaning “Palace of Shirin”.

The name “Shirin” means: Sense of sweetness

Shirin Shahbanu


Princess Parin

was a Persian Sassanid politician, daughter of Qobad, Counselor of the Sassanid Courthouse, extremely intelligent and confident female politician.

The name “Parin” means: Same as an angel.




was the wise daughter of “Asho Zarathushtra”, great preacher of Zoroastrianism. Her father gave to the world pure Monotheism, a profound concept of One God. Zoroastrianism is the oldest of the revealed world-religions, and it has probably had more influence on mankind, directly and indirectly, than any other single faith. Ethical Philosophy of Zarathushtrianism is summarized in three Jewels, “Good Thought”, Good Word”, “Good Deed”.

The name “Chista” means: Intelligent




born Hadassah, was the wife of Xerxes the Great and the Shahbanu of the Persian Empire. She was Persia’s first Jewish queen and heroine of the Biblical Book of Esther which is named after her.

As a result of Esther’s intervention and influence, Jews lived in the Persian Empire for 2400 years thereafter. Esther’s husband Xerxes (Ahasuerus) followed in the footsteps of Cyrus the Great, in showing mercy to the Jews of Persia. According to the Biblical Book of Esther King Xerxes of Persia held a one hundred and eighty-day feast in Susa to display the vast wealth of his kingdom and the splendor and glory of his majesty. The King ordered his queen Vashti to appear before him and his guests wearing her crown, to show off her beauty. But when the attendants delivered the king’s command, Queen Vashti refused to come. Furious at her refusal to obey, the King asked his wise men and the seven princes of Persia for advice, according to the law; they advised the King to search for a new queen. The King followed this advice, then began searching for a new queen by means of a beauty contest. Beautiful young women were gathered to the palace from every province. Esther was advanced for this role by Mordecai, her cousin and guardian. For 12 months each woman underwent beauty treatments in the harem, after which she would go to the King. She was given anything she wanted to take with her from the harem to the King’s palace. King Xerxes chose Esther to be his wife and queen.

The name “Esther” comes from the Persian word: „star


więcej na stronie:

współczesne irańskie królowe

Last Queen of Persia



Współczesne Perskie Królowe Piękności 3


Rahi Jaberi Persian Iranian model

  Miss Iranu 1970


Former Miss World Canada 2003- Struggles to Save Iranian Compatriot From Execution:





Traditional Persian Wedding


Women on Zoroastrian Ceremony


Hazrateh Maryam Holy Virgin in Tehran


Female Iranian Protest


Muslim Women


like a muslim;)


no muslim?



Ciekawe kobiece postacie:

Shirin Neshat i jej  kontrowersyjne zdjęcia

 Azam Ali


i jej piękna muzyka:

The Hunt 2013 (Official Music Video)


Iranian New Style


Teheran Street



Iranian Green Movement





Go Go


Iranian Ninja Woman






myślę, że tak naprawdę ta notka stąd, że ciągnie mnie w tamtą stronę i to nie od dziś.. i jak czuję jakaś część mnie związana z tamtym kręgiem kulturowym domaga się w tej chwili większej uwagi z mojej strony…

I’m a stranger in this world

by Azam ALi

chociaż w trakcie pisania tej notki wypłynęło na wierzch coś ciężkiego, a zaczęło się tak lekko….

Persian Love

W natępnej notce zamieszczę troszkę wybranych zdjęć z Iranu, bo poruszył mnie choćby widok jeziora o nazwie Urima..

a w poprzedniej pisałam o cudownych obrazach malowanych przez artystę irańskiego pochodzenia:


dodane 3 marca 2014

Przypomniałam sobie, że zamieszczałam na blogu pewien tekst, w którym była mowa o tym, że na terenie IRANU znajduje się jakiś ważny PORTAL

to cyt z notki

The Solar Sacrum

Tiamat was the ancient living Goddess of the 10th Gate (Iran-Iraq) when there was an Eden, and she was the living intelligence gatekeeper to the Christ-Buddha-Avatar consciousness matrix.

She was exploded into bits by the Moon Chain lineages that used her essence to recreate lunar forces to replicate her female essence into reversal formats. The destruction of Tiamat (like a heaven and earth principle living together in perfect harmony) is synonymous with the destruction of sacred marriage (union of opposites), the split in the wall in time, and the shift to patriarchal domination and its electron distortion.

The ancient unhealed pain of Tiamat is part of the construct used as a phantom system to artificially inflict these painful memories and its sexual misery upon the human race. They squirreled parts of her wounded body bits in 2D, and used her consciousness to move in and out of time portals. To keep this pain hidden and the female enslaved, the controllers keep excessive war and misogyny circulated in the previous areas of “Eden”, in the areas of Iraq and Iran.

This phantom body is connected to the NRG Grid feed line in Stonehenge

cały tekst autorstwa Lisy Renee w notce:




Autor: Livia Ether Flow

‚I am the child of Earth and starry Heaven’ Freedom for all living beings and the all worlds.. Deeper than memory.. beyond the time…. i send you blessings where you are ♥ ƸӜƷ ♥ Livia Ether Flow LiRa

4 thoughts on “Persian women go go..”

  1. wow, i am always inspired and impressed by how you can quickly, aptly, and beautifully introduce someone to a new culture.. and following the persian/iranian thread (not threat!) i found that farsi, the persian language, sounds lovely, whole lots softer than arabic, escucharlo por favor:



Wprowadź swoje dane lub kliknij jedną z tych ikon, aby się zalogować:


Komentujesz korzystając z konta Wyloguj / Zmień )

Zdjęcie z Twittera

Komentujesz korzystając z konta Twitter. Wyloguj / Zmień )

Zdjęcie na Facebooku

Komentujesz korzystając z konta Facebook. Wyloguj / Zmień )

Zdjęcie na Google+

Komentujesz korzystając z konta Google+. Wyloguj / Zmień )

Connecting to %s