The Partnership Between Indian and Iranian handicraft Artists can be a Boon for Both Countries Says Iranian Handcraft Designer Ehsan Mohammadi

Have many similarities and commonalities that can be considered as the basis of cooperation and synergy between the government and the people of the two countries, especially in economic fields such as handicrafts and tourism. To be placed.

Ehsan Mohammadi, a designer and activist in the field of handicrafts, added: “Historical documents state the connection between the two civilizations of Iran and India between 1100 and 1500 BC and consider cultural and linguistic relations as its axis.”

He stated that the translation of Indian books in Iran or vice versa, such as Kelileh and Demneh, has been a sign of cultural and literary closeness between the two countries for a long time. It is made by Indians and the leadership of Iranian architecture and is considered one of the seven new wonders of the world, a symbol of love and a symbol of the fusion of Iranian and Indian art and culture.

Ehsan Mohammadi continued: “The cultural and literary closeness of the two countries could show its impact in other areas as well. Perhaps it can be claimed that the handicrafts of the two countries today, which have many fans on 5 continents, are a valuable legacy of the interaction of ancient cultures and The world is rich.

Referring to the many similarities that exist in the handicrafts of the two countries, he explained: In the study of wooden handicrafts, jewelry, textiles, and Indian textiles such as various fabrics and clothes of silk and gold weaving, cashmere shawls can be found many similarities Searched for Iranian and ancient Iranian works.

The handicraft designer added: “Carpet weaving, mat weaving, inlay work, and enamel work are also handicrafts that the artists of India and Iran are famous for creating these works and the similarity of what they create is so difficult that it is difficult to determine that this The arts were firstborn in which of these two countries.

In the end, Mohammadi, referring to the great success of the handicrafts of the two countries in the world markets, considered this important as a valuable opportunity for the two countries and said:

Considering the common historical and cultural points, cooperation and participation of Iranian artists and handicrafts makers and In order to design and produce common and special handicrafts, India can start a new era of cultural and artistic relations between the two countries in creating valuable and renaissance works in modern handicrafts and arts.

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