Lifestyle

Creative Tea Bag Designs

What better way to enjoy tea than with some fun and creative tea bag designs. With a rise in popularity by such companies as David’s Tea’s and Teavana you can imagine how many people are trying to reinvent the tea experience.  If you are a ‘’tea person’’, you would probably prefer loose tea anyways. May be these creative tea bags would change ... Read More »

The Beauties of the Village of Masuleh

Masuleh is a city in and the capital of Sardar-e Jangal District, in Fuman County, Gilan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 554 individuals from 180 families. Historical names for the city include Māsalar and Khortāb. It was founded in the 10th century AD. Masuleh is approximately 60 km southwest of Rasht and 32 km west of Fuman. The ... Read More »

The Most Expensive Items Made With Gold

Off the weirdness scale altogether is artist Terence Koh, who sold his gold plated feces for $500,000. Luckily, no pictures seem to have survived, and you won’t find that on this list. But from caskets to gold toilets, here are the most strangest and some of the most expensive items of their kind made with solid gold. Gold Pill: $425 ... Read More »

Tabriz bazaar in pictures

The Guardian UK – This historical site developed along the caravan routes of antiquity and thrived as a commercial and social centre linking the Persian empire to Europe and China. Iranian conservationists say local merchants, townspeople and the religious class have played a significant role in its dynamics, even as the government influence has steadily grown over the decades. All ... Read More »

Top 10 anti-aging herbs and spices

Alternative health guru Dr. Joseph Mercola reveals his top 10 herbs and spices to prevent disease and combat aging. Dr. Joseph Mercola’s unorthodox methods have made him one of the most controversial figures in the world of alternative medicine. Here, Dr. Mercola counts down the 10 most powerful spices you may already have in your kitchen that can fight aging ... Read More »

An 8 meter Apartment in Paris With Everything You Need

Space now comes at a premium in most major cities worldwide, which is forcing people to live in smaller and smaller apartments. One such city is Paris, where people are beginning to convert the tiny “maid rooms”, into studio apartments. huhmagazine.co.uk reports In this particular case, an 8 square-meter studio has been fitted out with everything the inhabitant needs to ... Read More »

Water Returns to Zayandehrood

The Zayandehrood, which means “life-giving river”, is the largest river in central Iran and was a major source of water for the country. In the old days, the banks of the flowing river were the centre of all social and economic activities in the city. For the most part recently the river, which flowed for 400 kilometres from the Zagros ... Read More »

Cooking for “Tasua” in the Village of “Arazi”

The Day of Ashura is on the tenth day of Muharram in the Islamic calendar. It is commemorated by Shi’a Muslims as a day of mourning for the martyrdom of Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad at the Battle of Karbala on 10 Muharram in the year 61 AH. In  Iran the Commemoration of Husayn has become a national ... Read More »

Pictorial: Beauties of Havar Village

Havar Village is located in the North Khorasan Province. It has a mild weather for most of the year. Has beautiful forrest and mountainous lands. To it’s south are the “Aladagh” Mountains a popular spot for hikers and mountain climbers. Read More »

Youngest Billionaires Listed by Forbes

By young we are talking under 40. Each year, Forbes crunches the net worth of every American billionaire to see who will make the exclusive Forbes 400 list. But 11 members of this club are luckier than the rest: they are in good health, have full heads of hair and many, many years to spend their fortunes. Below is the ... Read More »