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It is narrated from the famous Greek historian Strabo: The Shah of Iran awards prizes to the two winners and the winners of the five competitions.

In ancient times, runners named Shater were used to send news. Shaters were trained so that they could endure hunger and thirst day and night. These runners were trained in private training, regular training prepared them to run, and they also had to endure fatigue.

After being trained and reaching perfection in their profession, Shaters wore "Heydari bell" on their arms, waist and skirt. This action was a sign of agility and power of action for them.

The most famous Shater of Naser al-Din Shah was Shater Bashi Shah, who was Haj Mohammad Qoli Khan Sarem al-Mulk and after him his son Fazlullah Khan. Over time, with the advent of vehicles, telegraphs, telephones, radio and television, the historical office of the Shateri in Iran was closed.

The most famous Shater of Naser al-Din Shah was Shater Bashi Shah, who was Haj Mohammad Qoli Khan Sarem al-Mulk and after him his son Fazlullah Khan. Over time, with the advent of vehicles, telegraphs, telephones, radio and television, the historical office of the Shateri in Iran was closed.

Today, only the name of Shaterbashi remains
 Only in some villages of Iran in the Ashura taziyeh ceremony, two people in the costume of the Safavids of the Safavid era participate.

For the last time, shaters have been used in the coronation ceremony of Reza Shah Pahlavi.

 

 

 

 

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