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  • Mansoor Hafez Parast

    In praise of Persia Handicrafts

    Made By Simple Device

    Using simple tools, the soul is blown up in silver and copper metal life, find new life Engraving is the practice of incising a design onto a hard, usually flat surface, by cutting grooves into it. The result may be a decorated object in itself, as when silver, gold, steel, or glass are engraved, or may provide an intaglio printing plate, of copper or another metal, for printing images on paper as prints or illustrations; these images are also called engravings.

    Remember to us Achaemenid Empire

    The Achaemenid Empire c. 550–330 BC), also called the First Persian Empire or Medo-Persian Empire,[citation needed] was an empire based in Western Asia in Iran, founded in the 6th century BC by Cyrus the Great.

    Integrated By Persian Calligraphy

    Nastaʿlīq is the core script of the post-Sassanid Persian writing tradition, and is equally important in the areas under its cultural influence.

    Made by Son of Persia

    On September 19, 1945, a child named Mansour was born in one of the old neighborhoods of Isfahan (Sheysh Bidabad) on Masjed Seyed Street a child named Mansour was born. From childhood (6, 7 years old) with his father, he became acquainted with the art of engraving, which had a long history in his father's family , In fact, the father and son were teachers and students. After completing his primary education, he received a complete education with his father and became acquainted with all styles of penmanship. In addition to his daily work, he continued his studies at night and in 1973, he succeeded in obtaining a diploma in mathematics.His artistic activity continued during these years until in 2007 he succeeded in obtaining the first degree certificate in the field of engraving from the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance. He has exhibited his engravings at exhibitions in New Delhi, India, Helsinki, Finland and Doha, Qatar.

    Made by Son of Persia

    On September 19, 1945, a child named Mansour was born in one of the old neighborhoods of Isfahan

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    On September 19, 1945, a child named Mansour was born in one of the old neighborhoods of Isfahan (Sheysh Bidabad) on Masjed Seyed Street a child named Mansour was born. From childhood (6, 7 years old) with his father, he became acquainted with the art of engraving, which had a long history in his father's family , In fact, the father and son were teachers and students. After completing his primary education, he received a complete education with his father and became acquainted with all styles of penmanship. In addition to his daily work, he continued his studies at night and in 1973, he succeeded in obtaining a diploma in mathematics.His artistic activity continued during these years until in 2007 he succeeded in obtaining the first degree certificate in the field of engraving from the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance. He has exhibited his engravings at exhibitions in New Delhi, India, Helsinki, Finland and Doha, Qatar.