Uniting the Pars (Tajik) peoples into ONE (View original topic)



Ahhangar

Posted 24 June 2008 - 02:55 PM

Dear all,
This is a thread where we can bring news and have discussions on all the developments - be they POLITICAL/ECONOMIC/GEOGRAPHICAL/IDEATIONAL/INSTITUTIONAL that are for and against Pars (Tajik) unity across the world.

This means topics about the economic development of (Pars) Tajik inhabited regions of the world - and especially those developments which make for close ties between the core nations of Tajikistan Afghanistan and Iran - and the developments in the surrounding areas which affect the development of Iran Afghanistan and Tajikistan.

Political developments - from political policies that favour stronger ties to those that inhibit it - within the core nations or amongst the diaspora  - we need to know about it all.

Institutional being the development of institutions which are for the upkeep of our language and culture.

And so on...


    [*]What attracts us together ?



    A sense of linguistic/ethnic commonality and one history. We are the orginal DEHGANAN of KHURASAN.





    I.e. Common PARS ethnicity Parsi language and culture.... we are the DEHGANAN of KHURASAN






      [*]We need to increase this sense of togetherness and communality by discrediting the false divisions put in between us by others.





      [*]We need to propagate the singular name of our language, that of PARSI, and stamp out the use of terms like "Farsi" , "Tajiki" and "Dari" - which give the impression of division.







      [*]How do we convince people that PARSI is the correct name of this language?






        [*]We need to make it clear that the term "Farsi" is Arabic for Parsi.



        [*]We need to make it clear that the term "Tajiki" is Turkic for Parsi.



        [*]We need to make it clear that the term "Dari" is short for Parsi e Dari, which is a name that refers to the Parsi used in classical poetry and not the Parsi spoken in Kabul or Afghanistan or anywhere.
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        [*]To explain the difference in accents and words used by Parsi speakers of different areas :








          [*]We need to make it clear that our Parsi language has many geographically specific accents/dialects, where there a some words used in any one local is not necessarily used in the same sense in another local. We have to explain that this mainly due to the fact that Parsi speakers are so vastly spread and that the terrain of the Iranian plateau means that people have become isolated in their own locals and thus developed certain accents.







          [*]We need to propagate that the correct names of these different geographically specific accents of Parsi :





          [*]I.e. Parsi e Kabuli, Parsi e Dushanbe, Parsi e Tehrani, Parsi e Bokhara, so and so forth adding upto over 1000+ different accents/dialects.
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          What aim do we have?

          The good of our people.

          e.g. Increasing the standard of living of Pars Tajik) peoples; and eventually all the neighboring Iranic peoples



          How do we achieve those aims?


          By economic activity and the establishing civil institutions.

          e.g. Agricultural, Industrial, Educational... activities of the Pars (Tajik) peoples.



          What should the ultimate representative of our venture be?


          The STATE.

          e.g. The STATE of KHORASAN; and eventually a bigger greater IRAN


          AHHANGAR

Madina

Posted 08 August 2009 - 06:40 PM

I think the main thing which connects Tajiks from around the world is Music. Farhad Darya and Ahmad Zahir have had huge influence on Persian Music lovers in countries like Iran, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and etcetera. Same goes for Ebi who is admired by a lot of Persian Music listeners and of course Shabnam Suraya, who is even loved by non-Tajiks in Afghanistan. Long life our beautiful language! :)

Sohrab

Posted 11 September 2009 - 01:23 PM

View PostMadina, on 08 August 2009 - 07:40 PM, said:

I think the main thing which connects Tajiks from around the world is Music. Farhad Darya and Ahmad Zahir have had huge influence on Persian Music lovers in countries like Iran, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and etcetera. Same goes for Ebi who is admired by a lot of Persian Music listeners and of course Shabnam Suraya, who is even loved by non-Tajiks in Afghanistan. Long life our beautiful language! :)


Agree with you on this, music is one of the tools to bring peoeple toghether.

Madina

Posted 11 September 2009 - 03:31 PM

^ I am forgetting about literature. I see many people gain interest for Persian language and history and even books of Khaled Hoesseini have made people more and more curious about middle-eastern countries.

Sultan Faghal Gabari

Posted 24 August 2010 - 04:01 PM

View PostAhhangar, on 24 June 2008 - 08:55 PM, said:

Dear all,
This is a thread where we can bring news and have discussions on all the developments - be they POLITICAL/ECONOMIC/GEOGRAPHICAL/IDEATIONAL/INSTITUTIONAL that are for and against Pars (Tajik) unity across the world.

This means topics about the economic development of (Pars) Tajik inhabited regions of the world - and especially those developments which make for close ties between the core nations of Tajikistan Afghanistan and Iran - and the developments in the surrounding areas which affect the development of Iran Afghanistan and Tajikistan.

Political developments - from political policies that favour stronger ties to those that inhibit it - within the core nations or amongst the diaspora  - we need to know about it all.

Institutional being the development of institutions which are for the upkeep of our language and culture.

And so on...

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[*]<span style='font-size: 21px;'>What attracts us together ?</span>



A sense of linguistic/ethnic commonality and one history. We are the orginal DEHGANAN of KHURASAN.





I.e. Common PARS ethnicity Parsi language and culture.... we are the DEHGANAN of KHURASAN





<ul class='bbc'>
[*]We need to increase this sense of togetherness and communality by discrediting the false divisions put in between us by others.





[*]We need to propagate the singular name of our language, that of PARSI, and stamp out the use of terms like "Farsi" , "Tajiki" and "Dari" - which give the impression of division.







[*]How do we convince people that PARSI is the correct name of this language?





<ul class='bbc'>
[*]We need to make it clear that the term "Farsi" is Arabic for Parsi.



[*]We need to make it clear that the term "Tajiki" is Turkic for Parsi.



[*]We need to make it clear that the term "Dari" is short for Parsi e Dari, which is a name that refers to the Parsi used in classical poetry and not the Parsi spoken in Kabul or Afghanistan or anywhere.
[/list]







[*]To explain the difference in accents and words used by Parsi speakers of different areas :







<ul class='bbc'>
[*]We need to make it clear that our Parsi language has many geographically specific accents/dialects, where there a some words used in any one local is not necessarily used in the same sense in another local. We have to explain that this mainly due to the fact that Parsi speakers are so vastly spread and that the terrain of the Iranian plateau means that people have become isolated in their own locals and thus developed certain accents.







[*]We need to propagate that the correct names of these different geographically specific accents of Parsi :





[*]I.e. Parsi e Kabuli, Parsi e Dushanbe, Parsi e Tehrani, Parsi e Bokhara, so and so forth adding upto over 1000+ different accents/dialects.
[/list]
[/list]
[/list]

<span style='font-size: 21px;'>What aim do we have?</span>

The good of our people.

e.g. Increasing the standard of living of Pars Tajik) peoples; and eventually all the neighboring Iranic peoples


<span style='font-size: 21px;'>
How do we achieve those aims?
</span>

By economic activity and the establishing civil institutions.

e.g. Agricultural, Industrial, Educational... activities of the Pars (Tajik) peoples.



<span style='font-size: 21px;'>What should the ultimate representative of our venture be?</span>


The STATE.

e.g. The STATE of KHORASAN; and eventually a bigger greater IRAN


AHHANGAR


i am all for it but you are forgetting to also takr out black sheep from our rank and file

Parsi_zaban

Posted 30 September 2010 - 08:43 AM

If this ever happens, Pars people will unstopable. we got so many natural resources and awesome geopolitical situation which would make us control the whole western asia without anyone being able to challenge us. At this moment though things are not looking good for pars people.