• TEHRAN.(HONARONLINE) – A virtual painting exhibition titled ‘Thirsty Flowers,’ featuring artworks by members of all the centers of the Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults, opened on Saturday and will run through October 7.

  • TEHRAN.(HONARONLINE) – Muharram and Ashura has been commemorated with the usage of a variety of elements in different forms of art. we will have a review about paintings.

  • TEHRAN.(HONARONLINE) –Shia Muslims in all Iranian cities started Muharram mourning rituals and decorated their neighborhoods with black banners for observing mourning ceremonies for the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (PBUH), the third Imam of Shia Muslims, as the holy month of Muharram arrived on August 10.

  • Hundreds s of mourners lit candles to commemorate the evening of Ashura, known as Sham-e Ghariban, in southern city of Bushehr. Tasua and Ashura, the 9th and 10th days of the month of Muharram, are days of mourning in Shia Islam to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (AS), the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed (SAWA).

  • The Valiasr Square in Tehran played host to the Ta'zieh performance of Ashura, known as the Battle of Karbala, on 9 September, the battle in which Imam Hossein (AS), who was the grandchild of the prophet of Islam Muhammad (SAWA) and his 72 disciples were martyred. Ta'zieh, Condolence Theater or Passion Play, is a traditional Persian theater, in which actors convey the dramatic events through music and songs.