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The Painful Love Story Of Dwarfs In Naseruddin Shah’s Court

  One of Naseruddin Shah’s entertainments was that, apart from attracting clowns like “Karim Shirei”, they also had exceptional people, or as the common people say, dwarfs, around them, the number of them in the court was mentioned up to 37 people. Among them was a 32-year-old man with a height of 88 cm, who was called “Khajeh Fondhi”, and ...

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The Story Of Mani The Prophet

  Mani (born on April 14, 216 AD  – died on March 2, 274 AD), philosopher, poet, writer, doctor, and painter is the founder and messenger of Manichaeism. He was born to Iranian parents belonging to Parthian nobles near Tisophon, which was located in the province of Assyria, which was part of the Parthian Empire. He founded a religion that ...

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The First Human Being Copied In The World

  Peter Bowman Scott-Morgan (né Scott; 19 April 1958 – 15 June 2022) was an English-American organizational theorist, author, and expert in robotics. He had motor neuron disease and was known for his efforts to extend his life by becoming what he called a human cyborg. In 2020 he was the subject of Channel 4’s documentary Peter: The Human Cyborg.

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The Problem Of The First Entry Of Electricity Into Iran

  Of course, this lighting was specific to the streets that led to the court, and with Naseruddin Shah’s first trip to Farang, lighting came to Iran and illuminated the streets of the city for a short time, but after a few days, it was cut off and damaged by the residents, and its lighting was limited to the interior. ...

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