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Mashhad (IP) - Arghavan (Purple) weaving is one of the handicrafts of Khorasan Razavi, northeast Iran, which dates back to 700 years ago, being transferred from generation to generation.

Iran PressIran News: The hub for arghvan waving is a Mayan village located 30 kilometers to Mashhad the capital of Khorasan Razavi province.

Arghvan is a kind of plant that has special wood with which the people of the area make bower as well as light handicrafts such as tray, chair, and basket.

The bowers are exported to the Persian Gulf and Central Asia countries including Iraq, Qatar, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan Republic, and Armenia. 


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