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March, 27, 538 B.C.:
Cambyses Attends Akitu Festival

The Chronicle of Nabonidus, states:that prince Cambyses, son of Cyrus The Great attended the Akitu festival which was an important ceremony for Babylonians. Nabonidus had lost popularity because of not attending the religious ceremony and Cyrus himself was not able to attend it. So he appointed Camb... Read Full Article:


March, 27, 922 A.D.:
Hallaj Executed In Baghdad

Mansour Hallaj was a revolutionary poet, teacher and great philosopher who was executed in Baghdad. By the order of Al Moghtader, the Abbasi Caliph he was lashed 1000 times and his arms and legs were cut in total brutality. He advocated equal rights for all people in the society and was against expl... Read Full Article:


March, 27, 1962 A.D.:
The End Of Cold War Between Iran And USSR

Just 2 years before, on March, 27, 1960 media wars had begun between USSR and Iran. After Iran's alliance with the west and becoming close friends with the US, the Soviets' propaganda machine took the issue too seriously and even installed huge loudspeakers at the northern borders to deliver radio m... Read Full Article:


March, 27, 1970 A.D.:
Princess Leyla Pahlavi Is Born

Born to Mohammad Reza Pahlavi 50, the Shah of Iran, and Queen Farah, 31, on March, 27, 1970, Princess Leyla Pahlavi made the headlines as the fourth child of the couple.Leyla Pahlavi's life story is a tragedy indeed.She was nine years old when her family fled Iran before the Revolution of 1979. Shah... Read Full Article:

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