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According to available documents, Persian Language, also known as Farsi (فارسی), is “the only Iranian language” belonging to the Indo-Iranian languages, a subfamily of the Indo-European languages. It is the language of Iran (formerly Persia) and is also widely spoken in Afghanistan and, in an archaic form, in Tajikistan and the Pamir Mountain region and considered part of Greater Iran. In Afghanistan, Persian is known as Dari (درى) or Dari-Persian, while in Tajikistan it’s known as Tajiki (Тоҷики / تاجيكى). There are approximately 110 million Persian speakers worldwide.

In general, Iranian languages are known from three periods, usually referred to as Old, Middle, and New (Modern) periods. These correspond to three eras in Iranian history; Old era being the period from sometime before Achaemenids, the Achaemenid era and sometime after Achaemenids (that is to 400–300 BC), Middle era being the next period most officially Sassanid era and sometime in post-Sassanid era, and the New era being the period afterward down to present day.

Persian at a glance

  • Native nameفارسی (Fārsī) [fɒːɾˈsiː]
  • Linguistic affiliation: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Iranian, Western Iranian, Southwestern Iranian
  • The number of speakers: c. 110 million
  • Spoken in: Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Iraq, Russian and Azerbaijan
  • First written: 600 BC
  • Writing systems: Old Persian Cuneiform, Pahlavi, Manichaean, Avestan, Persian, Cyrillic and Latin scripts
  • Status: official language in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan


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The PERSIA-G approach is one way to organize how the people lived in a society at a certain time in history, and thus helps students to understand their culture. The PERSIA-G graphic organizer is an acronym for the seven human concerns that people have had throughout history. These concerns are expressed in seven general areas and by seven questions:

Political: Who shall be in charge?

Economic: How shall we make a living?

Religious: What shall we believe?

Social: How shall we relate to each other?

Intellectual: How shall we learn?

Artistic: How shall we express ourselves?

Geography – climate, nature, landforms, plants, animals, environment, natural phenomena or disaster

The answers to these six questions – in different times and places – have created different kinds of political, economic, religious, social, intellectual, and artistic institutions. All these institutions form the cultural components of a people at a particular time and place.

The following provides additional questions and more details on each aspect of culture:

Political => Who shall be in change?

_ Who was in charge?

_ How did the leader(s) get their power?

(for example, hereditary, military power, by-elections)

_ Was government based on power or a social contract?

_ How was the government of the society structured?

_ What kinds of freedoms were given to the people?


Economic => How shall we make a living?

_ How did most people make a living? (agriculture, commerce, manufacturing,

_ services, trades, and professions, etc.)

_ What were the main agricultural products? The main industries? The main

_ services?

_ Did this society depend on imports? What were the main imports?

_ Did other societies depend on their exports? What were the main exports?


Religious => What shall we believe?

_ What were the main religious groups in society?

_ Where did we come from? (origins)

_ What happens when we die? (destination after death)

_ How shall we spend our lives? (the purpose of life)

_ Was there religious freedom in society?

_ Was religion part of the government?


Social => How shall we relate to each other?

_ How was society organized?

_ • Authoritarian society based on servitude and/or slavery.

_ • Deference society based on rank in society.

_ • Egalitarian society based on equal rights under the law.

_ Did society have different social classes? If so, what were they?

_ What were the main ethnic groups?

_ What were the main languages spoken in society?

_ Construct a social pyramid that indicates the different social classes.


Intellectual => How shall we learn?

_ Was learning based on what others told you (authority), what you found out

_ for yourself (self-discovery), or a combination of both?

_ Did free public education exist?

_ Did all members of this society have access to education?

o If not, who did not and why not?

_ Did centers of higher education exist? If so, for whom? If not, why not?

_ What educational opportunities existed for women and minority groups?


Artistic => How shall we express ourselves?

_ How did society express itself artistically? (emotions, thoughts, ideas)

_ What were its music and dance like?

_ What were the major contributions of literature and writings?

_ What were the major contributions in architecture and painting?

_ What was the clothing like?

_ What major discoveries or ideas were contributed by society?

_ What were the most popular sports and forms of entertainment?