“If travel is most rewarding when it surprises then Iran might be the most rewarding destination on earth.”
As a country with so many different cultures, Iran has a lot to offer to those who visit it. With over 81 million inhabitants, Iran is the world’s 18th most populous country. And it has led to a variety of beliefs and life styles.
Iran is a home to one of the oldest life-style as Nomadic life. There are different groups of Nomads in Iran. One of the very first among all with the biggest population is Nomadic life-style of “Bakhtiari” Tribe which brought us together as Nomad.tours. Sub-cultures of Iran in danger of extinction have been the main concern of our team and all of us have a tight band to traveling and adventure. The mixture of these interests made the idea of preserving this heritage (Culture) through nomad.tours click here if you like to know more about us. So far we have had tours to introduce “Bakhtiari” Nomads. People from different countries joined our tours to live like a Nomad and experience it.
Nomad tours is our core activity and with a group of enthusiast people on the same idea of preserving sub-cultures “Bade Saba Cultural Events” idea came up. We decided to have events about untouched parts of Iran’s culture and ease the process of getting to know them.
Our aim is to inform you as a tourist about Iran’s culture and Sub-cultures through weekly events:
“Bade Saba”(Saba Wind) is a very common element in Farsi Literature and many poems and literate has used it in their Art work. It demonstrates the concept of communication in general and conveys the message; as a channel and transmits concepts and messages; in the other hand it has a special meaning. “Bāde Sabā” is a breeze that blows at sunrise from the east. It is a breeze to which lovers confide their secrets!
Some literate believe Saba has six important roles in the communication process. One of them is to inform. Saba Wind, as the first element of the process, the sender, plays the role of an informer.
If you are interested to know about Saba wind Read more here: The Communicative Roles of Saba the Wind in Hafez’s Poetry
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