Qutlugh Terkan Khatun of Kirman
Kirman is famous for carpet weaving. Watch a video of a carpet being woven by hand:
YouTube. “Iran 101 - Persian Carpet Weaving.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4X_809LthI.
Cook a traditional Persian eggplant dish that’s fit for a princess:
My Persian Kitchen. “Kashkeh Bademjan~Persian Eggplant Dip.” http://mypersiankitchen.com/kashkeh-bademjan-persian-eggplant-dip/.
Get a feel for the intricate beauty of Qutlugh’s surroundings from this animated movie inspired by Persian architecture:
YouTube. “Isfahan.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqbiDdsaZw4.
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