The new Persian language teaching course began at the culture ʼs house of the Islamic Republic of Iran in New Delhi.
this course was started on Monday, 8th of June with the presence of Ali Dehgahi, Iranian cultural advisor in New Delhi, Ehsanullah Shokrollahi, head of the Persian Research Center of Iran in New Delhi, and more than 70 Persian learner Student at the cultural center of our country.
Shokrollahi emphasized that Persian learner can familiarize with the ancient history of Iran and rich Persian literature and said: Indians have a special purpose to learn Persian and It is acquaintance with the medieval history of India.
The head of the Persian Research Center of Iran in New Delhi added that the Persian language was 800 years of the official and court language of India, and there is a great common heritage of this country in the Persian language, which the learning of the Persian language gets acquainted us to this common heritage.
In the ceremony, Dehgahi, Cultural Advisor of our country mentioned to the Iran and Indiaʼs long-standing cultural relations and said: Learning language is a window to a culture, the thoughts, and identities of a nation. Language is not just the function of communication between individuals especially language such as Persian, which has a brilliant background among the languages of the world.
He said: Iran-India cultural relations are more than a thousand years old, and Iranian Culture House in New Delhi is a symbol of these long-standing cultural relations. The cultural adviser of our country in New Delhi added that many manuscripts were written in Persian in various topics, preserved in various libraries, and some other history and other sciences, especially in the Middle Ages of India, have been written in Persian, that the researcher cannot access to this information without learning this sweet language.
Mehdi Bagher Khan and Aziz Mehdi, professors of this period, at the ceremony, expressed their experiences in learning the Persian language.
According to the news, in the final part of the opening ceremony of the new Persian language education course, the Iranian Culture House in New Delhi, a graduate certificate was awarded to students in a previous semester.