Jashn'e taklif 2
Painting, Acrylic and Ink on Canvas
150 x 150 cm
This artwork was added to Artious by Asareh Akasheh.
1 A happy gathering, circle of joy
1To cause pain
2Burden with, to put someone in charge of a difficult task
3Reaching the age of maturity
4A task that must be done (such as homework)
5God's commands and prohibition to humans
6Non-regular or special taxes
Puberty ceremonies became common as of the eighties (of twentieth
century) to Iranian schools by the government of the Islamic Republic of
Iran. These ceremonies are held for the girls who reach the age of nine.
The puberty age for boys is fifteen; however, no such ceremonies are held
for them. They are obliged to practice their religious and theological tasks
upon the termination of such ceremonies. As viewed by Islam, these ages
indicate the commencement of pubescence in girls and boys.