A Kyrgyz translation of the book “Mutual Services of Islam and Iran” by Martyr Motahhari, will be published in Bishkek, capital of Kyrgyzstan.
An ancient book revealed astonishing links between medieval Irish doctors and Persia at the height of the golden age of Islamic learning.
An Italian publication has brought out the first Italian edition of 'Bustan' by Persian poet Sa'di of Shiraz (1210-1292).
The 63rd International Children’s Book Exhibition underway at Klingspor Museum in the German city of Offenbach is showcasing a collection of books from Shabaviz, a major Iranian publisher.
The Book City Institute plans to organize an exhibition of foreign books at its central shop in Tehran.
To say that, by and large, we Iranians are proud of our ancient culture and the Persian language is to point out the obvious. In naming our children, we look back to our emperors and the legendary heroes of ancient Iran
The central Iranian city of Kashan, Iran’s Book Capital of the Year, will host the First Festival of Books for Children and Young Adults opening on December 13.
Iranian cultural attaché in Azerbaijan Asghar Farsi says it had translated and published more than 60 books with religious and literary content in the Azeri language.
The Iranian Cultural Center in Mumbai, India, has published an Urdu translation of a book titled “Monotheism” by Iranian cleric Hojat-ol-Islam Mohsen Qara’ati
“Shahriar and the Revolution of Nation”, a book containing a selection of poems on the Islamic Revolution by contemporary Iranian poet Mohammad-Hossein Behjat Tabrizi Shahriar who was known by his pseudonym Shahriar, was unveiled during a ceremony at the Niavaran Cultural Center in Tehran on Saturday.