Nima’s efforts to preserve Tabari language evident

Publish Date : Friday 6 January 2017 - 22:04
IBNA– In the National Conference of Nima, Tabari Language and Poetry, Iran’s Culture Minister Seyyed Reza Salehi Amiri said that Iranian Moderist poet Nima Yushij made permanent efforts to preserve Tabari language.
Seyyed Reza Salehi Amiri
According to IBNA correspondent, quoting from the news website of the Department of Culture and Islamic Guidance of Mazandaran Province, the National Conference of Nima, Tabari Language and Poetry was held on Thursday hosted by the city of Nour in order to recognize the intellectual and artistic aspects of the founder of modern poetry in Iran Ali Esfandiari with the pen name Nima Yooshij.
In this event, which was held at the conference hall of Azad University of Nour City, Salehi Amiri (PhD) said: “I am proud of being the son of Mazandaran, and I am proud of you, the literary and culture-loving people of this province.”
“This land inherits a cultural and lasting history and if we followed the trail of development, we would certainly be one of the greatest in the world, as our cultural resources are greater than our oil reservoirs,” he added.
Elsewhere in his remarks, the Culture Minister said: “We must believe that the Western part of Mazandaran Province is a territory filled with unknown treasures. Tabarestan has always been home to great poets who composed their poems in Tabari Language.”
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