Hanachi: We must find the traces and effects of Iran's fruitful culture and use it in today's life.
The mayor of Tehran said at the unveiling ceremony of one of the relics of Shah Tahmasb: Iran has a very rich history that shows its difference with newer countries. We must find the traces and effects of this fruitful culture and use it in today's life.
He added: The characteristics of different periods of the various dynasties in the history of Iran can be seen clearly and distinctly in the historical monuments of Iran. As time goes on, it is one of the defining elements of Persian literature.
The manuscript, which was unveiled at the ceremony, was kept in Iran until the time of Fath Ali Shah Qajar, and then left Iran for an indefinite period, and is now housed in the British National Library. The Academy of Arts, with consultations and negotiations, received permission to publish it and, with the cooperation of the Tehran Municipality, published it in a limited way.