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Nomads of Fars Province

Iranian Nomads

Iranian Nomads

Azeris Azeris are Iran's biggest ethnic minority, numbering at any rate 12 million. In any case, as indicated by certain appraisals, up to 20 million live in Iran—right around one-fourth of the populace. Most Azeris are all around incorporated into Iranian culture, despite the fact that their conventional language is nearer to Turkish than Persian. Most are Shiite Muslims and are managed more opportunities in the Shiite-ruled Islamic Republic than non-Shiite ethnic minorities. In any case, Azeris have confronted political and social separation.

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Nomads of Fars province

Nomads of Fars province

The Persian tribes, which were a branch of the Aryans, had chosen the land of Fars as their habitation for about three thousand years ago. Today, the main inhabitants of this province are composed of several tribes including: IL Qashqai, IL Khamseh and IL Mamasani.

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Lorish people

Lorish people

Lor is the Iranian ethnic name living in the west and southwest of Iran. Lori's son is a close relative of Farsi and with Persian from the West Persian language. Characteristics of the Lori language indicate that the dominance of Iranian languages in the present-day Lorestan in the ancient historiography is more than in the Pars region, rather than in the region of the lorish languages. The Lori languages are the closest Persian dialects in Persian language. Lori's language, like the Persian language, is from the middle Persian language Its words are similar to Persian.

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