In this site there should be an approach in the dialect of the people in this region and provide a lexicon which is being shown with respect to : words , grammar , phonology , proverbs and slang statements which are collected during the periods of time. From the point of familiarity to this dialect as my own mother tongue , I chose Vazvan dialect as a center for collecting the dialects of central Iran dialects , as I didn't see any written document which shows the manifestation for Markazi dialects of Iran . and in an analytic approach with the dialects spoken in adjacent places .In addition to recalling the archaic and old words that people used in the past , I'm trying to mention the current version now is being in use . The aim of such a collection is to preserve and present such dialects which are now going to be diminished so fast , and there would be no way in recalling them in the near future
وزوانVazvan (Persian:, also Romanized as Vazvān and Wazwān) is a city in Meymeh District, Shahin Shahr and Meymeh County, Isfahan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 4,661, in 1,413 families.
|County||Shahin Shahr and Meymeh|
|Time zone||IRST (UTC+3:30)|
|• Summer (DST)||IRDT (UTC+4:30)|
Introducing the city dialect Vzvan
In some areas of this site is to try to review the language and dialect Vzvan, Meimeh, thereafter, too prosperous, Vndadh, Khsrvabad, Joshaghan, Camu and especially Ghahrood, Barzok, Azvar, and partly Kashan, central Iran, dialects, and even beyond that of a dialect is almost certain to follow the analytical (analitic) and even (contrastive) be paid. hope the links provided with this site, a good knowledge of research linguists and language researchers across Iran . And here's my understanding from my hometown dialect base and put it in the future will try to compare it with the accents (dialects) around it to be different. Hope to cooperate with friends and fellow citizens around the territory.
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Topics discussed in this dialect:
Words and phrases that are prevalent in this language. Many of the words is lost over time and the other is not idiomatic. They try to keep it is possible to protect them and have been popular in the past as well be presented in the form of sentences, is to be taken after each simple word format be expressed as simple sentences that even those who are willing to learn this language can easily learn it.
2 - allegories: (proverbs)
Common phrases and proverbs in this language, although over time and according to his expression have been present. But today, many of them have been forgotten or have changed but have tried it so many of them as possible should be collected and presented.
3 - The structure of the language: (construction)
Or the same command of language and sentence patterns in the form and discipline of its own shows. In this section we try to order possible with the language of the expression patterns of the language capabilities of the tangible its thrust and dynamism and attractiveness to demonstrate his show.
4 - common conversational phrases (colloquial & slang):
Some of the sentences so that people are illiterate and street markets that might not be pleasant for many people, such language is the common ideal, say perhaps out of the governor. It is worthy to be considered common language and is regarded as the standard language. May be found in their sentences for people who are literate but not pleasant, because this particular dialect of the streets and market. Here too is trying to even more people on the fun and wit asserted sentences can be brought in its own format.
5 - phonetics (phonology)
Anyone hear this language may seem very strange to him and is incapable of understanding the words or phrases in common but the truth is that many words have Persian roots and in terms of civil liberties, significant geographic area and the behavior of people with In terms of speech have changed. Have heard a word from the language and because many environmental factors that may have failed in their dialect, so have changed it with your own sounds and words have completely removed the original words are dramatic differences. It also is not immune from these developments, such developments have undergone during years.
This has been tried with the example, words that might once have been Persian or part of it has changed and is expressed
Strong research evidence that what I mentioned with the example of this dialect and its dependence on the show did a special language. Some believe it on Iran and some other central dialects it an offshoot of Zoroastrianism and the Pahlavi and Middle Persian language can be considered. Still strong evidence that shows the dependence of this language to a dialect that has not been seen and what I claim is that there are among the common people, but the accuracy of these is discussed, and it is I. Hope with references can be researched through historical linguistics and the origins of the dialect.
Position Location: taken from Wikipedia
Vzvan to conquer the city of "v" the first in the 100-kilometer road connecting the northern city of Isfahan - Tehran is located. Administrative divisions of the city and Falcon City Mymhast and 3 km to the center of the city is located Mymhast. Vzvan city, town Meimeh north, south to the village Vndadh, the South West and North West village to village Qasim Abad Abad and many main roads, villages Hassan Rabat, and Laibid Lushab road is limited. Semi-smooth flat plain in the middle of the plain Vzvan Meimeh located at an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level is about. Geographical situation of the city that the city has hot summers and cold winters and dry.
Vzvan name in the local language of the people, "Vjgun" or "Vzhgun" and the dialect of the people in surrounding towns and villages «Vjvn" and "Vzhvn" called. Where is the origin of this appellation, which expressed different interpretations achieve. 1 - Abbas Ali Pakzad on page 13 of his undergraduate thesis on the economic situation in the village Vzvan written in 1352, believes that the letter "c" in the name of the city Vzvan to "G" and suffix become "diverse" means the Town borough and the extension is in place and time to "tub" has become. And the whole town of this name means "buzzing" or the "wedge" that recognizes the use of "buzzing" and "wedge" in Middle Persian and Pahlavi in brightness means that it can be said of this city is known for lighting that this opinion with respect to the initial location of the city and the western part of town called Ten disrespecting white, not too far-fetched. 2 - Some of the people and the elderly on the belief that following the 1260 earthquake in the region, this city was destroyed and collapsed and the "inverted" or "Vzhgvn" has been popular in recent years has relied on this belief, and everywhere Vzvan appellation used for this belief. 3 - Some believe that this city was the first appellation Varzan it caused the farmer to know that most people can not deny the way that it is not acceptable. 4 - Geological doctor Zahedi in his doctoral thesis, the city's green tulip appellation Vzvan overturn in the region knows that now it will not be reviewed and approved.
1 - large subterranean Vzvan
This subterranean city in the northern part and southern part of town Meimeh Vzvan located and is probably the only effect that could indicate the dam in 2500 to 300 years old, is living in Vzvan.
2 - Castle Gbrha (Zoroastrians) or Castle Hanbal
Vzvan city in the northeastern section of the city and the farmland, Groin, which was later Zoroastrians believe some of the ancients accommodation and for unknown reasons around the castle and its inhabitants Nkhryb been paid to the construction of the castle Groin have been ruined if they leave. Passage of this hill town in the English Lamtn Vzvan Mkhrvbhhay seen it and regret it failed to demolish, to thirty, forty years ago still works is that it represents the historical record, the case is without compassion.
3 - The Castle is a large
Lasting only a castle in the old town Vzvan Yksdvpnjah year and the beginning of construction, location Khvanyn of the city, the castle is called Azmyha about 140 years ago by Mirza Reza Quli Khan Ali descendants to address insecurity created after death Shah built this fort, so that it takes any viewer on their place, a different inner core and the architectural style of new buildings built in recent years and the mud and brick walls and towers leaching congresses, and due to neglect and lack of cooperation from city officials by residents to non-normative modern restoration, which, however, has prevented the destruction of this monument.
4 - The Grand Mosque (Mosque, Jahangir)
Vzvan Mosque which is located in the neighborhood of ten new, story of the old city and has a unique construction that Shabestani Goode and the rest of the corridor and garden mosque field was beautiful. Inside the building except the mosque yard has four arched with thick columns and wooden beams that was disrespecting together. Mosque in the early Islamic Revolution, the authorities ignored the destruction of the city was built and the new style and high Gldsthhay clay coated steel dome has its own place. Mosque Mosque Meimeh Vzvan monument monument was similar except that no monument mosque mosque dome Vzvan somewhat down yet remains the same style. There were several hundred year old tree in the courtyard of the mosque where the Imam of the twelve trees Mynamydhand and women involved and the need to package and vow their Hajat Mykrdhand to see through the trees of God fulfilled. The tree in the beginning with a tree in Meimeh mosque had been burned off. Aside from all the evils which had a share in the life history and about the city that Mehri was Vzvan. That's when I started in the area known as Reza Khan Jvzdany lawless chaos and plunder the people and the people will demand ransom Vzvan people who tolerate his crimes have taken refuge in a tree and a branch of ash twelve Imam Mosque to his camp The following are in the double boiler feed troops are Reza Khan. With burning branches and eat food, troops from the region will always go to Reza Khan.
5 - The historic city of Bath Vzvan unfortunately with some acting foolish and disastrous destruction and instead made the field!
6 - mounth quite niceThe local dialect, so that the "mounth" is called. Old square in shape and has four campuses in the middle platform and on its Asla was no roof. Pakzad AA 173 in his thesis project captioned it like a small market of Armenians in Julfa knows. Years old and in the shrine during the warm seasons was disrespecting and nights in this place, depending on connection setup and sing thy lamentation and held in chains Mygrdydh woman. And every sect of people have been living in the queues of the mounth and perhaps even better than the takeover also Mygrfth Dvahayy. In the years after the Revolution, just like reading a ceremony held at the site and its buildings were destroyed in recent years and it still only the entrance to the old style remained
Classification of the central Iranian dialects
The dialects are divided into six major categories. That four of them are the main . They also both geographically and because of their resemblance to the dialects are in a group  :
- Northeastern dialects, mainly in the range between Kashan and Natanz are common and their number is very high. of the most important of the Jewish dialects of Kashan, dialect Arani, Ghahrood, Jvshqany , Abyaneh , the Farizandi, Vzvany , Yrndy, Meimeh a hand, a Kshh, Tari , Natanz , Abvzydabady and Badrvdy can be named.
- Southwestern dialects: dialects are dialects in the southwest of and adjacent areas are common. of these dialects can Kfrvny, Gzy, a century, the Jewish dialect of Varzaneh and cited.
- Dialects desert in eastern Iran, a region located between the confluence and the main Dvkvyr Khorassan and Isfahan are located. This class includes dialects, dining and Frvy and is Mhrjany.
This region has been popular for it's fine rugs during the centuries and yet is known for it's supreme and magnificent rugs woven as handcraft
Central Iranian, or Central Iran, is a group of Western Iranian languages spoken in villages and towns of central Iran, mostly in Markazi and Isfahan provinces. They are typically considered "dialects" of Persian, and many are giving way to Persian among the younger generations
not an evidenced written book or text which shows the history of the dialect in
this region especially Vazvan , but with considering the location of this place
in northern part of Isfahan and the situation of the other cities with
this place , anyone could say that the dialect is based on Iranian Markazi dialects even though mostly mistaken
with the Yazd dialects too for some similarities
There could be said that this dialect is considered as a multi-dialect consisting of Pahlavid, Zoroastiran and Dari language, also the dialect in Vazvan region is considered to be as Dari, now spoken in province Yazd , with the dialect of Dari or Gabri of Iran, a language of the Central Iranian sub-group, spoken in some Zoroastrian communities, but it should not be confused with Dari of Afghanistan.We should consider that the Iranian and Afghan dialects of Persian are highly mutually intelligible, with differences found primarily in the vocabulary and phonology.
Parsi is a Northwestern Iranian spoken by a million Zoroastrians in Iran, India, and neighboring countries. The Iranian and Indian varieties separated 600–700 years ago, and are only mutually intelligible with difficulty. The Indian variety is known as Parsi, after the Parsis (lit. 'Persians') who speak it, while the Iranian variety is distinguished as Parsi-Dari or even Dari, though it is distinct from the more conservative Zoroastrian Dari language also spoken in Iran, and which is also spoken in India by more recent Irani Zoroastrian immigrants
Category of the Iran Markazi Dialects
Vazvan dialect can be considered in the catagory of one of the subdivisions of six central dialects in Iran which is grouped to four devided dialects from four geographical sides , east , west , south and north of the road from Isfahan to Qom. Other two groups can be considered from the similarities to the four above groups .
North western dialects : Those of being in use in the west of Isfahan to Qom road , Mahallati, Khonsari and Vanshani in use now is the based group . from Isfahan province and the dialects based on
North eastern dialects : Mostly aroun Kashan and Natanz is spoken , with so many users . most popular of them Kashan jews and Natanz which is around Kashan like Ghohrudi , Jowsheqani , Abyane , Ferizandy , yarandi , Meime , Soyee , Keshe , Tari, Natanzi , Abu zei abadi . and Badrudi .
South western dialects: Those of being in use in Esfahan and nearby regions . Kefruny , Gazi , Sedeyi , varzane and Isfahan Jews dialects are in this group.
south eastern dialects:Those of old dialects of Yazd and Kerman which is now only in use by Zoroastrians and Jews of these provinces . these are considired as Behdini and Dari or Gabri . other dialects of this group are Naini, Anaraki , Ardestani and Zafrei
Kaviri dialects : Is located in the east of Iran between two main Kavirs .between Khorasan and Esfahan province which consist of Khori and Fervi and Mehrjani dialects .
Tafresh dialects :spoken
in the region in east of Hamedan and south of Saveh . This group consists of
Vafsi , Tafreshi , Ashtiani , Kohaki , Amrei , vidari and Alviri .
phonologically this dialect is so much similar to the Persian language . with " cvcv" symbolically referred as a consonant and vowel representation .
There is not any consonant cluster in this dialect as it is the characteristics of Persian languages and dialects . In English it is shown in some words as “ close , clean , please , plural , etc. “ and the phonology representation for such words is “ ccvvc” but In Vazvan dialect there has not been shown such any words that represent phonologically this rule . Example , “ nemidunam= nizunon “ which are both equal in meaning in Persian .” I don’t know “ have the same phonological symbols as “ cvcv”
Distance Education in VAZVAN
education system. The annual budget for distance education for the fiscal year of 1990 was
approximately $9,210,000 (the competitive $ rate has been used*).* Note: There are three rates for foreign currencies:
- Administrative rate: S1 = 65 Rials.- Competitive rate: Sl = 600 Rials.- Roating rate:S1 = 1350 Rials.Geographical COverage of the Provision
The names of the forty-three active study centers, in 1990-91, are Abadeh, Abhar, Ahvaz,Aligoodarz, Alashtar, Ardebil, Ardekan, Bandar Abbas, Behshahr, Birjand, Bojnoord,Boroojen, Damghan, Delijan, Esfahan, Fariman, Golpayegan, Gonabad, Gonbade Kavoos,Hamedan, Islamabad, Jahrom, Kerman, Khansar, Khoy, Mashad, Miandoab, Naghadeh,Najafabad, Rasht, Sari,- Shahre Kord, Shahreza, Shiraz, sirjan, Tabriz, Taft, Takestan*,
Talesh, Tehran, Torbate Heidarieh, Oroomieh, and Zahedan
The names of nineteen study centres, which will be established in 1991, are Aran,Behabahan, Bookan, Booshehr, Dezfool, Firoozabad, Ghazvin, llam, Kashmar, Malayer,Marand, Nahavand, Ramhormoz, Ramsar, abzevar, Saghez, Saveh, Zabol, andZarrinshahr.
The names of twenty-two study centres, which will be established in 1992 and afterthat year, are Amol, Azarshahr, Bandare Lengeh, Chabahar, Darab, Eshtehard, Gachsaran,Ghom, Iranshahr, Karaj, Khomein, Malavi, Mamassany, Meshkinshahr, Neiriz, Rafsanjan,Rey, Sanandaj, Semnan, Shazand, Shooshtar, and Vazvan.
The cuisine of Kashmir is famous for its delectable vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian dishes. The style of cooking is different for Hindus and Muslims. Traditional Kashmiri food includes dum aloo (boiled potatoes with heavy amounts of spice), tzaman (a solid cottage cheese), rogan josh (lamb cooked in heavy spices), zaam dod (curd), yakhayn (lamb cooked in mild spices), hakh (a spinach-like leaf), rista-gushtava (minced meat balls in tomato and curd curry) and of course rice, the staple food of Asian cultures.
The first main influence on the cuisine was the food of the Kashmiri Pandits. Kashmiri Pandit cuisine usually uses yoghurt and turmeric, and does not use onion and garlic. The cuisine was then influenced by the people who invaded with Timur from the area of modern Uzbekistan, as well as by Persian, and Afghan cultures.
The traditional 36-course wazwan is considered the height of Kashmiri cuisine. Probably no other cuisine in the world has so many courses. The preparation is considered an art and is traditionally done by a vasta waza, or head chef, with the assistance of a court of wazas, or chefs. The wazwan is most often prepared for a big event, especially marriages. One concern about wazwans is that much of the food has to be thrown out.
Guests are grouped into fours for the serving of the wazwan. The meal begins with a ritual washing of hands as a jug and basin called the Tash-t-Nari are passed among the guests. A large serving dish piled high with heaps of rice, decorated and quartered by four seekh kababs (kebabs), four pieces of methi korma (a mild curry made with yoghurt), two tabak maaz, sides of barbecued ribs, one safed murg, one zafrani murg, along with other foods. The meal ends with the gushtaba.