Setareh Behroozi


  • needlework 2018-02-28 20:41

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Vibrant needlework lights up Baluchi children’s face

    Scrolling through the Instagram, the vibrant colors of handicrafts and the innocent face of little girls in Baluchi dresses makes you to pause and open photos on @banook page.

  • Instagram/smaeel_azari96 2018-01-24 08:26

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Cleric mesmerizes children with story, color, ball

    TEHRAN -- story, color, ball; these are words written by the cleric Esmaeil Azarinejad on his bio on Instagram account.

  • Mojtaba Pirzad 2018-01-16 09:21

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Digital marketing in Iran on development track

    Digital marketing in Iran is increasing its hold on the domestic market share, assistant professor in marketing management and business advisor Mojtaba Pirzad said in an interview with the Tehran Times.

  • Reinventing the wheel: Altering school breaks 2018/01/08

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Reinventing the wheel: Altering school breaks

    The consistent air pollution disrupting the lives of citizens of metropolises in Iran during recent months has made officials to reappraise the idea of altering academic calendar for schools in some parts of the country.

  • Persian handicrafts 2018-01-03 19:50

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Great craft gift ideas for your beloved ones

    Iran is the land of miscellaneous creative handicrafts made by artisans in different parts of the country in the forms of enamel, tile, metalwork, leatherwork and wood carving.

  • Frightened by earthquake, people rushed out of their homes to find safe places in the neighborhoods after a magnitude-5.2 quake hit Tehran on December 20. 2018-01-02 10:17

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Earthquake or its social aftershocks, which is more destructive?

    All began with a massive earthquake which hit the western province of Kermanshah on November 12, 2017. The sad news and photos of the earthquake went viral and made people all over the country to feel sorrow.

  • A view of Tabiat bridge in northern Tehran 2017-12-27 10:31

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Tehran, the city that we love

    TEHRAN -- Unsteady earth and grey sky is making many people living in Tehran to spend heavy days. While Tehran has been grappling with persisting air pollution in recent weeks, a magnitude 5.2 earthquake hit the city on December 21.

  • yalda 2017-12-18 15:54

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Yalda Night, fun-filled heritage for kids

    Despite modern busy life, the feast of Yalda, which marks the winter solstice, the longest night of the year by one minute, is still held by Iranians with some details mentioned below.

  • Termeh 2017-12-14 07:29

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Mesmerize everyday life with exuberant Termeh

    TEHRAN – Termeh, a precious Iranian hand-woven cloth, fascinate everyone with its brilliant color and intricate pattern. Made from natural silk and wool fiber, Termeh is originally woven in the city of Yazd city, central Iran.

  • behroozi 2017-12-12 11:03

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Stay-at-home or back-to-work?

    If you know the definite answer to this question, you are either not a working woman or not have a baby yet! From the moment the tiny figures touch my skin, all straight answers vanished into thin air.

  • Alien festivities on Iranian calendar 2017-12-03 09:10

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Alien festivities on Iranian calendar

    Whether it is the matter of globalization and social media growth or not, several celebrations and festivals which are originated from the West have permeated the Iranian calendar over recent years.

  • Persian carpet gives your home timeless elegance 2017-11-30 10:15

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Give your home timeless elegance with Persian carpet

    TEHRAN –Persian carpet with its awe-inspiring patterns and brilliant colors can create a house with timeless elegance for you.

  • Iranian style decoration 2017-11-28 19:11

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Give Iranian taste to your home

    Not very long time ago, homes of Iranians were associated with some appliances and housewares which remind us of colorful tasty foods cooked by mothers and grandmothers and family gatherings on long nights of winter.

  • The photo depicts the Persian version of "Confess" written by Colleen Hoover(Instagram/Mashhad_ketab) 2017-11-14 11:36

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Develop reading habit amid busy life!

    As a commuter with a pile of chores waiting for you at home, may be you think that there is no time for reading books! But when there is a will, there is a way. Even in a busy life, you can stay a bonafide book reader if you believe in book reading as a must.

  • Muharram 2017-09-29 10:40

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Muharram: The reunion of society

    Once again the Iranian nation is overwhelmed by the month of Muharram. Black banners and draperies are seen all over the country. People in dark dresses attend mourning congregations.