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Posted 27 June 2008 - 01:19 PM

Persian
http://persia.ru/pers/
http://farsiiran.nar...farsi/farsi.htm
http://moscow.icro.ir

Russian
http://persia.ru
http://farsiiran.narod.ru
http://moscow.icro.ir
http://iran.ru
http://www.history.tj/
http://www.ashavan.narod.ru/
http://islamica.orientalstudies.ru

Are the following news websites?
http://www.centrasia.ru/newsA.php?CR=4
http://www.cie.tj

Old nice pictures of Iran and country info for Year 1935.
http://www.cultinfo....008/056/465.htm
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Posted 28 June 2008 - 04:50 AM

Since when do you read Cyrillic ;) :confused:
History.tj is all in Cyrillic :D
Can you read it ?
[QUOTE=rooyintan;10638]Persian
http://persia.ru/pers/

Russian
http://persia.ru

http://iran.ru
http://www.history.tj/
http://www.ashavan.narod.ru/[/QUOTE]
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Posted 28 June 2008 - 12:32 PM

[QUOTE=Nader Shah;10663]Since when do you read Cyrillic ;) :confused:
History.tj is all in Cyrillic :D
Can you read it ?[/QUOTE]

That's for our Tajikistani brothers and sisters. Maybe they can view the site and share with us some of its contents.
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Posted 28 June 2008 - 01:41 PM

[QUOTE=Nader Shah;10663]Since when do you read Cyrillic ;) :confused:
History.tj is all in Cyrillic :D
Can you read it ?[/QUOTE]

Dear Nader Shah,

The way to make those Cyrillic websites accessible is to use Google Translator - which in most cases TRANSLITERATES the letters into English and so you can read it using the english letters - and if the page has any Russian it translates that straight into English equivalent sentences.

So use the 'Translate Page into English' button on the Google Tool bar application.

e.g. http://translate.goo...w.history.tj%2F


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Posted 28 June 2008 - 04:23 PM

It is not in Tajik-Persian. It is in Russian Language. To know Cyrillic is not enough. A very good and useful site, by the way. Those who know Russian language will learn about our history.

It is about history, culture, ethnography, about Dushanbe, ets. And about Tajiks of the world. Most of historical materials are taken from Babajan Gafurov's book "Tajiks" (The book "Tajiks" do not include Tajik Soviet History. It is from old times till Russian invasion of Central Asia).

The section: Tajiks of the world is very interesting and useful. It is the work of Babakhanov Mansur, a Tajik professor. He says that the number of Tajiks outside of Tajikistan is seven times bigger in comparison to Tajikistan. He keeps on speaking about Khorasan - Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and other neighbor countries and those in Europ and North America who had to go there because of different reasons (like war).
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Posted 28 June 2008 - 08:56 PM

I can read Cyrillic, slowly. I took PORS's cyrillic class and practiced a lot, but in last few weeks ... not much :( Need Professor PORS's stick to motivate me as I lost my self-motivation.
[QUOTE=Ahhangar;10687]Dear Nader Shah,

The way to make those Cyrillic websites accessible is to use Google Translator - which in most cases TRANSLITERATES the letters into English and so you can read it using the english letters - and if the page has any Russian it translates that straight into English equivalent sentences.

So use the 'Translate Page into English' button on the Google Tool bar application.

e.g. http://translate.goo...w.history.tj%2F


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Posted 30 June 2008 - 02:56 AM

Dorood Rooyintan jan,

Daste shoma dard nakonad. Payvandhae khoob ast. Aya shoma yegan taa e anra khandaed?

Seepas barae gozaresh.


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[QUOTE=rooyintan;10681]That's for our Tajikistani brothers and sisters. Maybe they can view the site and share with us some of its contents.[/QUOTE]
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Posted 30 June 2008 - 01:14 PM

[QUOTE=PORS;10756]Dorood Rooyintan jan,

Daste shoma dard nakonad. Payvandhae khoob ast. Aya shoma yegan taa e anra khandaed?

Seepas barae gozaresh.


Pors.[/QUOTE]

Dorood bar Shoma Pors-e Arjomand,

Khahesh mikonam, ghabeli nadare. Man zaban-e rusi balad nistam, be khatere hamin nemitoonam bekhoonam oon website-ha ro. Tajiki(cyrillic) ro vali kami mitoonam bekhoonam amma be sakhti, bayad adat kard.

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Posted 30 June 2008 - 06:07 PM

Rooyintan-e gerami,

Pas che goneh en tArnamarA daryaft namodid? Shayad zi khandane name tarnama? ;) Kheile shegifteh ast barayam, keh shoma che goneh Tajiki-ra yad girifted?

Seepas barae pasukh va gozareshi shoma,




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Posted 30 June 2008 - 07:59 PM

[QUOTE=Nader Shah;10702]I can read Cyrillic, slowly. I took PORS's cyrillic class and practiced a lot, but in last few weeks ... not much :( Need Professor PORS's stick to motivate me as I lost my self-motivation.[/QUOTE]

I thought it was me only who abondaned cyrillic. I think poor Pors did alot to motivate us, but it was US that left him.
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Posted 30 June 2008 - 08:06 PM

Actually, I am still convinced that learning Cyrillic is good for other Tajiks as it is important for Persians of Tajikistan to learn Persian script. What it does, it will disseminate our knowledge and will foster our relations that has been torn apart in modern era. So, learning scripts and starting to communicate is fundamental change that we need to take into considerations seriously.

PS: US didn't do anything to me in terms of stopping Cyrillic. Or did you mean anything else by saying: "it was US that left him", RK jan?



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[QUOTE=Rika Khana;10790]I thought it was me only who abondaned cyrillic. I think poor Pors did alot to motivate us, but it was US that left him.[/QUOTE]
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Posted 30 June 2008 - 08:11 PM

[QUOTE=PORS;10792]Actually, I am still convinced that learning Cyrillic is good for other Tajiks as it is important for Persians of Tajikistan to learn Persian script. What it does, it will disseminate our knowledge and will foster our relations that has been torn apart in modern era. So, learning scripts and starting to communicate is fundamental change that we need to take into considerations seriously.

PS: US didn't do anything to me in terms of stopping Cyrillic. Or did you mean anything else by saying: "it was US that left him", RK jan?



Pors.[/QUOTE]

I should have said it in a better and clearer way. i meant we, Nadirshah, Gul Agha and Rika Khana. I did not mean the United States of America. :) :o :) :o
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Posted 30 June 2008 - 08:15 PM

RK-e arjmand,

Got any idea how to facilitate the process of promoting Parsi among Persians of Tajikistan? I would particularly like if it was launched in Tajikam.com since in the past we have already talked how to do it in Tajikistan in a larger scale. But i think change starts from every individual. So, please share your perspectives with us.


Thanks.


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[QUOTE=Rika Khana;10794]I should have said it in a better and clearer way. i meant we, Nadirshah, Gul Agha and Rika Khana. I did not mean the United States of America. :) :o :) :o [/QUOTE]
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Posted 30 June 2008 - 08:22 PM

[QUOTE=PORS;10796]RK-e arjmand,

Got any idea how to facilitate the process of promoting Parsi among Persians of Tajikistan? I would particularly like if it was launched in Tajikam.com since in the past we have already talked how to do it in Tajikistan in a larger scale. But i think change starts from every individual. So, please share your perspectives with us.


Thanks.


Pors.[/QUOTE]

Dear brother Pors jan,

It is a great idea to have Persian cleasses here for our brothers who are not able to read/write in Farsi alphabet. I suggested this long ago, but no one listened to the wise words of a wise man :D . There is no harm to learn farsi alphabet. I have learned cyrilic to some extend(thanks to you), and i want to improve in the future. If i learned cyrillic our friends from Tajikistan can easily learn Persian alphabet and read in it if they want. As i said before, there is no harm learning it, but they can greatly take advantage of it everywhere. If i want to learn cyrillic for the sake of them, cant they learn farsi alphabet for the sake of me?(their brother)
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Posted 30 June 2008 - 08:35 PM

Dear RK jan,

First of all, it was only you and your own efforts that you learned Cyrillic, at least, a little bit. I wasn't important. It was only you and your own efforts for which I thank you.

As for promoting Parsi, I think we can start it here, since we got bad experience from Cyrillic which I hope I will learn a lot in future. Anyhow, let's ponder about it for a week and share our views on how we can do it effectively and productively.

Thank you brother,



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Posted 01 July 2008 - 08:55 AM

www.ganjoor.net
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Posted 01 July 2008 - 09:43 AM

Thanks for sharing Khorasani-jan. It's a nice and informative site.

[QUOTE=Khurasani;10867]www.ganjoor.net[/QUOTE]
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Posted 01 July 2008 - 10:52 AM

[QUOTE=PORS;10784]Rooyintan-e gerami,

Pas che goneh en tArnamarA daryaft namodid? Shayad zi khandane name tarnama? ;) Kheile shegifteh ast barayam, keh shoma che goneh Tajiki-ra yad girifted?

Seepas barae pasukh va gozareshi shoma,

Pors.[/QUOTE]

Jostejooye site-haye Tajiki besiyar asan ast. Faghat be Tajiki(Cyrllic) type konid
kalameye mored-e niyaz-e jostejoo.
http://www.google.com/intl/ru/
agar Farsi mayel hast jostejoo konid
http://www.google.com/intl/fa/
http://www.parseek.com/

"Ze Gahvareh da goor danesh bejooy" Abu Reyhan Birooni ;)

Piroozmand bashid.
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Posted 01 July 2008 - 12:38 PM

[quote=PORS;10876]Thanks for sharing Khorasani-jan. It's a nice and informative site.[/quote]

Your Welcome .
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Posted 16 August 2008 - 01:13 PM

http://www.loghatnaameh.com Best Persian Dictionary site. Really useful
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