In the recent past, saffron has been the emblem of the Iranian people, the symbol of the country, the symbol of the revolution, the symbol of liberation from imperialism, the symbol of the Iranian nation’s dignity.
A number of scholars have highlighted the importance of saffron in the Iranian nation. The renowned scholar-researchers, Dr. Mohsen Golamvar, Dr. Abdolmohammad Bagher Shahpour, and Dr. Ali-Moses Khatami also gave this important point in the book, “Iranian Heritage – Roots & Meaning” (Rashtra Publications, 2016). In the Iranian language, saffron is the name of a plant with special properties, according to the Persian scholars, such as aphrodisiac, fertility, and medicinal properties. Moreover, saffron is the root of the Persian herb, the tanna, which contains many medicinal properties.
Many scholars from Iran have indicated, based on this and other historical cases, the illegality of saffron because of its relation to various religions and religions that have banned the use of saffron. Thus, saffron is one of the many plants that have been forbidden for the propagation and practice of other religions.
As part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the film “Gone with the Wind” coming to video and DVD, Disney Parks will showcase the film’s signature look in the coming weeks when the film arrives at Universal Studios Florida!
“Taken from the pages of George Orwell’s 1984, ‘Gone with the Wind’ tells the true-life untold story of one of the most beautiful chapters of our country’s history – a time when Southern hospitality shaped the nation’s culture and inspired millions to rise from poverty to become heroes everywhere we look,” said Kathleen Kennedy, President & Chief Operational Officer of Disney Parks & Resorts Europe. “We are thrilled to host the film here at EPCOT, and share with the audiences of the world our excitement that the world is finally getting a taste of one of the greatest films ever made. We’d like to thank all of the cast and crew who have done a tremendous job creating this movie.”
While much of the focus of “Gone with the Wind” is on the era that defined the United States, this new release also introduces viewers to a cast of characters inspired by people of the antebellum South. As “Gone with the Wind” features many of the characters from that era
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