Children from South Khorasan register for Razavi Storytelling Festival
150 children and young adults from South Khorasan have enrolled for Razavi Storytelling Festival.
IBNA: Manager of Institute of Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (IIDCYA) said: “The institute holds 870 branched throughout Iran. It holds 8 festivals of Razavi culture and art including the techniques of bookbinding, a picture of Razavi culture, letters and symbols of Razavi, the e-library of Razavi, Razavi play reading, Razavi journals, Razavi research and promoting the culture of Razavi.
Abdul-reza Samadi said: “The festivals are held in order to fully introduce Imam Reza (AS) to children and young adults.”
He added: “The workshop of Razavi storytelling kicked off from the beginning of summer and will conclude by mid August.”
The participation of children and adolescents, besides promoting the culture of Razavi, will boost the per-capita reading, he noted.
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