Iran breaks up

 The Islamic Republic worries about fewer marriages and more divorces to.

In recent years the number of marriages celebrated in Iran has been slowly dropping, something that has caused alarm among the Islamic Republic authorities. The reasons are mostly connected to the country’s complicated economic situation that has been whittling away at the wealth of middle class families, who nevertheless are not prepared to downsize the ostentation that is so typical of Iranian weddings.

Despite evolving over time, the marriage ritual in Iran descends more from the ancient Zoroastrian tradition than the Muslim one and in Persian culture it is the most important celebration in the life of every adult.

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