Rose water or Golab is a liquid remaining when rose petals and water are distilled together for the purpose of making rose oil. Rose water is made from a very sweet smelling kind of rose called Mohammadi Rose (Rosa damascena or Damask rose) .This kind is among the most important roses in the world. At present, Mohammadi Rose is produced in Bulgaria, Turkey, Iran, India, Ukraine, the US, Canada, France, Britain and Japan. The first four countries are pioneers in the production of this flower. The red rose, or Mohammadi rose, is further divided into seven groups: French red flower, wild rose, tea flower, miniature red flower, Bengalese red flower, and Iranian red flower.


The day of Ashora - Iranian customs - Iran islamic tour packageIn the Islamic calendar, tenth day of the month of Muharram is the day of 'Ashoura (also Ashoora or Ashura), a day of mourning for all feeling Muslims. It is the day on which, in the year of 61 Hijri (680 AD), in a place called Karbala, in Iraq, Imam Hussain Ibn Ali sacrificed his life and the lives of many of his family members and friends, in order to save the teachings of Islam from utter distortion and destruction.


Since ancient times, Iranians have annually celebrated various happenings and feasts to honor a person, mark an event and etc.Norouz, Sizdah Bedar, Charshanbeh Souri, Yalda, Mehregan, Sadeh and Tiregan are the seven most important and widely celebrated festival in ancient Iranian tradition and History.Tirgan ceremony (The seventh festival) is the festival of rain ,harvest and counter drought that ancient Iranians hold it ever year in the 13th day of Tir Mah (the fourth Persian month of Iranians) and equates to July 2-3.


Haft Seen - Persian New Year CustomNowruz, is the name of Persian New Year and the oldest Iranian tradition, which is celebrated by Iranian people all over the world in the first day of spring (on March, 21) and in harmony with the rebirth of nature. It is the symbolic representations of two ancient concepts: the End and the Rebirth; or Good and Evil and originally is a Zoroastrian festival that takes about 12 days and on the 13th morning all people go on a picnic and is called "sizdeh bedar".

The word "Nowruz" comprises of two Persian words, "now" that means new, and the word "Ruz" which means both "day" and "time." Literally meaning the "new day," so it translated as "new year".