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Kormanj

Elaheh Mollaei | Quchan/Razavi khorasan province, Iran

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Kormanj or Kermanj is the name of a large group of Kurdish people who speak the Kurdish dialect of Kormanji. They live in eastern and southeastern Turkey, in northern and northwestern Syria, in northern Iraq, and in northwestern and northeastern Iran.

The Kormanjas of Iran have unique dance, costumes and customs. They used to celebrate their weddings perfectly and greatly. The men and women of Kormanj perform traditional and local dances in beautiful local costumes. The colors and patterns on their clothes are rooted in the culture of these Iranian tribes.

Customs, clothing, music, food and many other characteristics along with the courage and kindness of the people of this people have made it one of the most beloved Iranian tribes.

Kormanj or Kermanj is the name of a large group of Kurdish people who speak the Kurdish dialect of Kormanji. They live in eastern and southeastern Turkey, in northern and northwestern Syria, in northern Iraq, and in northwestern and northeastern Iran.

The Kormanjas of Iran have unique dance, costumes and customs. They used to celebrate their weddings perfectly and greatly. The men and women of Kormanj perform traditional and local dances in beautiful local costumes. The colors and patterns on their clothes are rooted in the culture of these Iranian tribes.

Customs, clothing, music, food and many other characteristics along with the courage and kindness of the people of this people have made it one of the most beloved Iranian tribes.

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