New Books Offered by Islamic Revolution Literature Department

Biography of 10 indelible characters

Translated by Natalie Haghverdian


Scientific, cultural, social and political biography of 10 indelible contemporary characters of Iran presented in the Series of books on indelible characters published by the Office of Islamic Revolution Literature and Soureh Mehr Publication.

According to Iran Oral History website, this series is collected by the group researching indelible figures; this research group was established in the spring of 2009 in Resistance Research & Study Center with the efforts of Office of Islamic Revolution Literature. The aim of such effort was to publish and disseminate the biography of prominent Iranian figures that are unknown in contemporary history of this country despite their efforts or no biography literature has been published presenting them.

The first package of this series introduces various political and scientific figures; the books, according to their order of publication and author are:


1- Seyyed Mohammad Khomeini, Javad Kamvar Bakhshayesh

2- Tahereh Saffarzadeh, Zabihollah Habibi Nejad

3- Seyyed Mohammad Ali Daie Ol-Islam, Jamshid Norouzi

4- Seyyed Gholamreza Saidie, Akbar Khosh Zad

5- Seyyed Jafar Shahidi, Akbar Khosh Zad

6- Majid Sharif Vaghefi, Jalil Amjadi

7- Seyyed Mohammad Farzan, Farhad Taheri

8- Haj Agha Hossein Qomi, Reza Mokhtari Isfahani

9- Baha Elddin Mahallati, Mohammad Javad Moradi Nia

10- Salman Harati, Ali Taghavi.


It is worth mentioning that so far, in addition to the series mentioned above, six other biographies of indelible characters are complete and will be soon published by Soureh Mehr and will be made available in the market. Also, over 25 additional topics are being written and we hope that by the end of the current decade (Iranian calendar) they will reach to one hundred titles.

Number of Visits: 7707


Full Name:


A memory from Asadollah Tajrishi
At the beginning of my arrival in Evin Prison, I was taken to solitary confinement as always and after a few days, I was transferred to the public cell. The public cells had been located in two floors. The arrangement of these cells in the cells of 1355 and 1356 was such that on the lower floor, there was a ward ...
Part of memoirs of Mamoosta Molla Qader Qaderi, Paveh’s Friday Prayer Leader

The trip of Ahmad Moftizadeh & Mamoosta Sheikh Jalal Hosseini to Paveh

After the victory of the Islamic revolution, the people of Oramanat area and the Sunni people of Kermanshah Province, unlike most cities in northern Kurdistan were alongside the Islamic Republic system ...

“Internal Reaction” published

Apart from the student activities and massive demonstrations in the years 1352 to 1354 (1973-1975), another part of my activities was the books I was writing myself. Of course, before they turned into books, I used to lend them in the form of nameless pamphlets in university libraries. Many harmful writings or books were taken to the mountains or transferred to other universities, sometimes even abroad.

Loss of Memory in Pahlavi Prisons

In total, [I was in prison] about 6 years in two arrests. For the first time after several years, a soldier arranged my escape. I do not know why! Maybe he was one of the influential elements of Islamic groups. They took me to the hospital for the treatment of my hand, which was broken due to the callousness of an officer.