News

Portrait of 8 Women on Iranian Postage Stamps

Portrait of 8 Women on Iranian Postage Stamps
The portraits of eight women writer, linguist, poet, mathematician, social activist, mystic, translator, and painter go on the Iranian postage stamps to honor the women dignitaries of Iranian society.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute, stamp as a cultural product expresses the identity and history of a nation and apart from its traditional function, it is no longer considered as an economic or decorative commodity for affixing to postal items. Rather, stamps are now recognized as cultural ambassadors carrying deep and rich messages about the history, civilization, art and culture of nations. 
In this collection, portraits of women scholars Qamar Arian (writer), Badr al-Zaman Gharib (linguist and Sogdian language teacher), Forough Farrokhzad (poet), Maryam Mirzakhani (mathematician), Ashraf al-Mulukfakhr al-Dawla (social activist), Seyedeh Nosrat Begum Amin (mystics), Farideh Mahdavi Damghani (translator) and Zinat al-Sadat Emami (painter) will go on Iranian postage stamps. 
 

 

 

Aug 29, 2021 09:27
Number of visit : 34

Comments

Sender name is required
Email is required
Characters left: 500
Comment is required