Bloomington, IN, June 27, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- We may have come to know Iran as the Persian country that has the oldest and richest culture in the world, but in the Xlibris release, Persian Weddings: A Personal Journey into Iran's Culture, will take you through a woman’s journal about going back to her Iranian roots and strengthening her family ties.
Self-published author Sheriene Sadati, an Iranian citizen born in the United States, was prompted by her cousin’s wedding announcement to attend the much talked about affair and considered going back to her motherland. Despite the legal setback she experienced before landing in Iran, the entire trip going home was well worth it for her.
As each day progressed, Sadati got know about the Iranian side of her cultural heritage that she did not know she possessed. Her relationship with her family has grown more and more intimate as she now understands the significance of embracing one’s culture and identity.
This Xlibris release presents a colorful narrative about Persian and Iranian lifestyles as the author describes the country’s history in detail. Sadati’s self-published book does not only acquaint us with traditions that Iran has managed to live with for centuries, but also enables us appreciate the importance of our motherland, our origins and our roots.
Persian Weddings: A Personal Journey into Iran's Culture is published by Xlbiris.
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