Iranian dating customs
Iranians tend to protest compliments and belittle their own accomplishments in an attempt to appear humble.
In adherence to If you are invited to an Iranian's house — and trust me, you likely will be — there are a few things you need to observe.
Education for women is obligatory and universal, and women now occupy more than 60 percent of university seats.
If you’re open to seeing Iran beyond the headlines, here are some of my tips on local culture that can help you better understand the country and its people: or loose scarf.You’ll need to pay special attention at the airport and at land border crossings — be sure to put on a long-sleeved shirt, pants and proper shoes.Despite the strict dress code, you’ll be surprised to find women pushing the limits (especially in the big cities) by wearing their halfway back on their head, and tight, colourful leggings or skinny jeans.When you arrive, check to see if the host is wearing shoes. Show respect for the elders by greeting them first, and shake everyone's hand individually. Note that meals taken at home are usually served on the floor and eaten without utensils (it is only in modern homes that meals are served at a dining table with place settings).Remember to eat with your right hand and try a bit of everything that is served.