Please meet Gholam. A Persian doll made by Nogol.
Gholam is a very polite boy who works as an assistant in one of the carpet shops in bazaar, (next to his school).
He is madly and deeply in love with Golabetoon.
Although he is a very neat boy but for earning a little more money, every March (Before Persian New Year), he paints his face into black colour and wear Mir Norouz (Haji Firooz) 's red velvet cloths. He takes his Dayereh Zangi (a round musical instrument) to sing and dance in the streets. (Mir Norouz or Haji Firooz in traditional songs introduces himself as a serf trying to cheer people whom he refers to as his lords.
According to some sources, Haji Firuz is based on a tradition called Mir Nowruzi. Mir Nowruz was a comical figure chosen to rule the municipality for "the last five days of the year" The temporary "five-day king" (ï¿½Äh e Panj Ruze) would often parade the city with a group of singers and dancers for the Nowruz celebrations.)
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