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Numerology information Iraj:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Songs about Iraj:
Alesoon Valesoon(Iraj) by Googoosh, Hayedeh, Ramesh Aref from the Album 44 Golden Hits Of Ataolah Khorram
Aquarium (Iraj Ghaderi), Pt. 1 by Karen Homayounfar from the Album Past, Present Continues
Aquarium (Iraj Ghaderi), Pt. 2 by Karen Homayounfar from the Album Past, Present Continues
Asbe Mahar(Iraj) by Googoosh, Hayedeh, Ramesh Aref from the Album 44 Golden Hits Of Ataolah Khorram
Dekhlameyeh Shiri Salman Roshdi (Flute Iraj Taheir) by Ghasam Goli from the Album Salman Roshdi
Raghaseh(Iraj) by Ghadery, Gita, Maghami, Sousan, Sussan, Yassari Davood Maghami from the Album 52 Golden Hits Of Koucheh O Bazar
Zayandeh Rood(Iraj) by Sattar,Moein,Hayedeh,Ebi, Iraj Googoosh from the Album 50 Songs of 50 Years Vol 1
Books about Iraj:
Iraj: Webster's Timeline History, 1915 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 14, 2010)
Iran and Iranian studies : essays in honor of Iraj Afshar by Kambiz Eslami (Oct 1, 1998)
divane iraj mirza by iraj mirza (2003)
Love Me More Than the Others: Selected Poetry of Iraj Mirza by Iraj Mirza (Jun 20, 2014)
Biography - Pezeshkzad, Iraj (1928-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)
My Uncle Napoleon: A Novel by Iraj Pezeshkzad (April 11 2006) (1001)
Ancient Iran by Bashiri, Iraj. (Cognella Academic Publishing,2011) [Paperback] (Jan 2, 0011)
Movies about Iraj:
Daee Jaan Napelon 8 DVD - Iraj Pezeshkzad Masterpiece -
Wiki information Iraj:
Prince Iraj Mirza, son of prince Gholam Hossein Mirza, was a famous Iranian poet. He was a modern poet and his works are associated with the criticism of traditions. He had translations from the French language.
Iraj is a character in the Persian epic Shahnameh. Based on Iranian mythology he is the youngest son of Fereydun. In legends in the Avesta, Pahlavi books, Sasanian-based Arabic and Persian sources, and particularly in the Shahnameh he is considered...