Introduction to the history of the  printing industry in Iran and Iranian market

Introduction to the history of the printing industry in Iran and Iranian market

The beginning of printing in Iran is considered by the Ilkhanid era; some believe that Persian-speaking Jews prior to the other groups of the Persian language have become aware of the importance of publishing the book due to Iranian costumers in Iranian market. In 1639, three Persian-language books were published by the Christian propaganda groups and on the promotion of Christianity in Leiden, Netherlands, and the printing house in which these books are printed appeared to be the first Persian print shop in the world out of Iranian market.

According to the available documents, the first book published in Iran was the Sobor Davood or Saghmoos, which was published in 1638 in the Persian language and line of Armenian in 572 pages in Jolfa of Isfahan and by the Armenian clerics.
The Armenians, in front of other ethno-linguistic groups living in Iran, have been able to establish a printing house in Iranian market and freely start to publish and publish Christian sources to rank the fifteenth among the nations of the world as they date it, there are many reasons why It was a free and encouraging environment, especially for Shah Abbas Safavi and other rulers of this dynasty to have influence on Iranian market. Armenians began publishing books in Iranian market in Isfahan about 30 years after they worked for the Iranian market with the centrist city of Isfahan. According to foreign travelers, especially Shardin, a number of Iranians in the Safavi era knew about the print and printing works and had entered the country with insufflation out of Iranian maarket. John Pinkerton and Jones Haney, who traveled to Iran in the Nadir Shah Afshar era, have come up with leaflets published in Latin and Arabic in Iranian market. The major development in the printing and publishing of printed materials, including books, newspapers and other materials, began in the provincial governorate of Abbas Mirza Qajar in Iranian market, which coincided with the aftermath of the Iran-Russia wars.
In 1240, about seven years after the establishment of the printing house in Tabriz out of Iranian market, Mirza Zainal-Abedin was summoned to Tehran by Fath Ali Shah and was ordered to establish a printing press and publish the book for Iranian market. The lithography in Iran was propagated after causal printing after the lead. Jafar Khan Tabrizi was sent to Moscow to teach the printing house, and he returned to Tabriz with a stone printing machine in 1239-1240, several years after the entry of the printing press in Iranian market.
The first apparently Qur'anic lithography book was published in 1248 by Mirza Asadollah in Tabriz, and three years later, he was released again in his favor and in Tabriz, Zadulmayad in the Iranian market. Lithographic printing, except in Tabriz and Tehran, was popular in many other cities of Iran, until the publication of the lead in the period of Nasir al-Din Shah Qajar became more than half a century later. The lithography was influenced even by technical necessity on the Persian line and it changed its writing style not only in Iranian market but also in global market.
The establishment of the Dar Al-Fonoun School had an impact on the state of affairs in Iran and Iranian market. The need for the publication of textbooks has led to the establishment of a workshop dedicated to the publication of the works of the professors of Dar al-Fonoun, student textbooks and some other books were accessible in Iranian market. The Darulfonoun Small Printing Factory was established in 1268 and it was named after the specialty of the Mobarakei Islamic Academy, under the supervision of Aligholi Mirza Eidad al-Saltaneh, and it lasted until 1300, and perhaps about 40 titles of textbooks were published there to be in Iranian market for Iranian costumers and foreign customers.
A state-owned printing house, which operated under various titles and published books and newspapers, was established in the era of Nasser-al-Din Shah. The Constitutional Movement in Iran and Iranian market has led to an increase in the number of titles and number of newspapers, a tendency for more people to read political and social content, as well as to strengthen and expand print in Iran and Iranian market. The gelatins’ printing, which later became a Stencil printing method, was probably used from the late Nasser age, and at the same time as new political movements began to be used to reproduce secret declarations, open letters and political letters, and apparently small printers for gelatinous printing Was formed out.
The National Assembly's press was established shortly after the first congress, in order to publish the newspaper as well as its own parliamentary content, and soon became the largest printing press in Iran and in the Iranian market. The printing house, which was based on current documents, was established in 1233 by Mr. Zeinal Abedin Tabrizi and it was founded with the support of Abbas Mirza in Tabriz. The textbook, the work of Mirza Abolqasem, Qa'im Farahani, a detailed description of the Iran-Russian wars, is apparently the first Persian book published and it was published in Djiaheh 1234 in Iranian market.
The study of the first printed books shows that the government used printing technology for its own purposes. Books are mostly historical, religious, literary, or to promote the principles of health, to promote aspects of civil life and the culture of new social life.
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