Book name is Silk Road From Persian Gulf to China and it is an persian history book.
Mohammad Bozorgnia, World Health Organization has worked as Dariush Mehrjui’s assistant for several years, has been invariably concerning|inquisitive about|fascinated by} creating films about ocean. The Ship Angelica, Battle of Oil Tankers, Storm, and also the Maritime Silk Road square measure all concerning personalities World Health Organization square measure a method or another connected to the ocean. an area to like was his sole film that had nothing to try and do with the ocean. it absolutely was created four years past and was a failure. a number of his films square measure concerning up to date society of Persia (Battle of Oil Tankers, Storm) and a few return in time (The Ship Angelica, The Maritime Silk Road). His new film is one among the foremost spectacular film comes of Persia and is a couple of man referred to as Soleiman World Health Organization, in line with historical documents, was the primary sailor to cross the Indian Ocean to China. His route was then referred to as the maritime Silk Road and plenty of merchants took that route to induce their merchandise to China. one among the passengers during this film may be a young man World Health Organization keeps a log of the voyage. Shooting The Maritime Silk Road has started in southern Iranian islands and has continued into China and Siam. Crew members embrace Bahram Badakhshani (director of photography), Khosrow Keivan-Mehr (sound recordist), Farhad Alizadeh Ahi (production designer), Saeed Malekan (makeup designer), and Hassan Beshkoufeh (producer). Main roles are vie by Ezzatollah Entezami, Reza Kianian, Bahram Radan, Dariush Arjmand, Pegah Ahangarani, Payam Dehkordi, Mehdi Mayamei, and Mohsen Hosseini. it's been shot in seven months and visible of high cost, it'd be presumably among necessary films of succeeding edition of Fajr International fete.
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Silk Road From Persian Gulf to China