The exquisite book of Indo-Iranians, a common heritage of the artists of the two civilizations of Iran and India, was published.
The "Matn" Institute of the Academy of Arts published a book on the Indo-Iranian reference.
According to the public relations of the Academy of Arts, this book is a treasure trove of manuscripts of the Golestan Museum Palace, which was registered in 1971 and is one of the valuable documents that express the cultural and artistic relations of the two great Eastern civilizations.
This magnificent work exhibits a collection of very beautiful artistic creations of the Safavid and Gurkhani eras, and according to experts, the arrangement and compilation of this work has been done in Iran, and as is the current tradition in Islamic culture, it begins with divine praise.
This edition includes a collection of calligraphy by renowned Iranian masters, such as Mir Emad Hassani, and great painters such as Farrokhbeig, Bashndas, Balchand, and Mansour Nader al-Asr.