The Czech-Iranian Society was a civic association founded in 1998. It brought together all those interested in Iran and other Iranian language areas - especially Tajikistan and Afghanistan. The company had about 170 members. Bustan was intended for all Persian-speaking nations and groups of people, and its aim was to become a small bridge between these nations and people who love the culture of these nations.
For the last 3 years before the termination of the activities of the Czech-Iranian company, Dr. R. Mirchi, who changed the overall concept and emphasized Old Opera culture.
2 - Jan Marek, For dr. Jiří Bečka (obituary)
3 - V. Kubickova, Mossammat
5 - Dr. Jiří Bečka
7 - J. Bečka, Other reports of a Prague newspaper about Persia from the beginning of the 19th century
7 - R. Mirchi, Švejk has already traveled to Iran
8 - Shamseddin Mohammad Hafez, From Divan. Trans. V. Kubíčková
9 - J. Bečka, Manúčehrí. Source: excerpt from the book by J. Rypka et al.
10 - R. Mirchi, Buchárá. Source: www.buchara
11 - Miroslav Holub, poem from the collection…. (Persian)
12 - Dr. Esmail Shafagh, The Humane Mission of Persian Literature (Persian)
14 - R. Mirchi, Febiofest 2005
16 - J. Bečka, Abu Ali ibn Sina in Czech Science and Literature
17 - J. Bečka, Medieval Science of the Persians in Bohemia
18 - J. Bečka, Persians in Medieval Science
21 - R. Mirchi, London is about to pay tribute to Kiarostami
22 - R. Mirchi, the Ramsar Convention will be 35 years old
24 - L. Parsi, Review of the Works of Nine Prominent Iranian Painters (I - Sádeqi Ali Akbar), BBC
26 - M.Vinkelhoferová, There are good and bad people everywhere
and ... Interview with dr. Jiří Bečka
29 - M. Ebadián, Literary History in Iran. (Persian)
31 - R. Mirchi, Attar - Bird Assembly versus Simurg. Source: www.ceskyrozhlas
32 - Editors B., Exhibition The World of Ancient Persia. Source: www.britishmuseum
33 - Editors B., Did Saltman (the Salt Man) be accompanied? Interview with Dr.R. Mirchi
35 - V. Francev, ČKD's first export success
37 - Said Sharokh, Hi, uncle from abroad. Trans. M. Vinkelhoferová
39 - Ch. Higgins, Bacon triptych emerges from Tehran storeroom. Source: The Gardian; BBC
40 - L. Parsi, Overview of the work of nine prominent Iranian painters (II - Júsh Ganji Pari). Source: BBC
41 - R. Mirchi, World Puppetry Festivals.
42 - J. Bečka, Iranist and librarian Miloš Borecký.
44 - Jalaluddin Rumi, From Mystical Gazelles. Trans. M. Borecký
44 - J. Bečka, Bibliography of M. Borecký.
45 - Redakce B., Success of Iranian cinematography at Zlínfest 2005.
46 - Redakce B., 40th KV IFF 2005, Will Iranian cinematography also be successful in Karlovy Vary?
47 - S. Sůva, From the Iranian Notebook of an Architect.
50 - R. Mirchi, The World of Persian Culture or The Forgotten
Culture (Persian) Source: www.britishmuseum
51 - W. Januszczak, Behind the Iran curtain. (English)
53 - R. Mirchi, The Discovery of the Persian Goddess Anahita in Bohemia, or a Cute Mistake.
54 - M. J. Kheradmand, How Animals Became Wild. Source: Kelk magazine, translated by V. Vojtíšková
55 - Father Climate, Darius the Great - the most powerful king of ancient Persia.
57 - Iran´s peaceful Policy and Activities. (English)
58 - V. Francev, The first export success of ČKD - Praga AH-IV. (Part II)
59 - Redakce B., Galbanum - rare Persian plant.
62 - Redakce B., Parables
63 - L. Parsi, Overview of the work of nine prominent Iranian painters (V - Kalantari Parviz). Source: BBC
64 - Editors B., Our Mr. Dr. Tub.
65 - R. Mirchi, I, brother Oldřich, Czech Republic, from Friuli.
67 - Editors B., What the Persians brought to the world: I. Persian windmill.
68 - Redakce B., Why is it worth visiting Tehran?
70 - S. Sůva, About an Old Iranian House.
73 - R. Mirchi, The World of Persian Culture or the Forgotten
Culture. Source: The British Museum
76 - Redakce B., Myrha - fragrant treasure of the Persians.
79 - Editors B., What the Persians brought to the world: II. Persian postal service.
81 - E. Shafagh, The Horse In The Persian Literature. (English)
83 - V. Kubíčková, Abbas the Great - Persian Emperor.
85 - Editors B., Parables.
86 - O. Klíma, Zarathruštrská ethics.
87 - L. Parsi, An Overview of the Works of Nine Distinguished Iranian Painters (III — Zabihi Hasan Ali). Source: BBC
88 - Z. Denk, Papoušek's Narrative
92 - E. Golestán, Rybka and her double. Trans. J. Osvald
93 - O. Zákání, Morals of the Noble.
95 - Contents of Busan in 2005
98 - R. Mirchi, Esther and the King.
100 - Mohammad Javad Kheradmand, Misunderstanding. Translated by Ajna Challyev
101 - Parable.
102 - R.M., Iranians plan to break their old record from 1,700,000,000 to 2,200,000,000 knots.
103 - Footprints and signs.
104 - Z. Denk, Papoušek's Narrative (II).
108 - R. Mirchi, 41. M F F K V 2006.
112 - R.M., X. World Puppetry Festival.
114 - R. Mirchi, Persian names - (A to D).
118 - Sa´di, the Beggar and the King. Translated by Věra Kubíčková
119 - Burst, Iran's Burnt City Throws up World’s Oldest Backgammon.
120 - Dr. Kaveh Farrokh, Sasanian Elite Cavalry (224-642 AD).
124 - R. Mirchi, Parthian Shot.
127 - Poems by the contemporary Persian poetess Miriam Hejdarzade from the collection "I will remain your butterfly".
128 - Iranian Culture Days in Prague.
130 - Mohammad Javad Kheradmand, Waiting. Translated by Veronika Havlů.
130 - Mohammad Javad Kheradmand, A handful of worries. Translated by Zuzana Kříhová.
131 - Parable.
132 - Z. Denk, Papoušek's Narrative (III).
135 - The palm of Christ or the Castor.
137 - Deh Choda Institute - International Persian Language Center.
138 - R. Mirchi, Persian names - (E to L).
142 - Persian quotes.
142 - Razrazil Persian-Veronica persica.
143 - What did the Persians bring to the world: III. Kramle.
144 - "Persian Sassanids, the last glorious empire."
145 - Persian treasures
152 - V. Drozdová, Christmas 1945 on the
157 - Persian star (Allium christophii).
158 - Czechs in Iran, Eng. H. K., Lanna B.P.
159 - Persian cyclamen.
160 - K. Svoboda, Jan Jesenský „Zoroaster“.
163 - A small competition for readers of Bústán.
164 - Mohammad Javad Kheradmand, Return. Translated from Persian by Zdeněk Tomáš
165 - Did you know that ...
166 - Mohammad Javad Kheradmand, The Sun Behind Clusters of Clouds. Translated from Persian by Stříbrná A.
166 - Cyrus' Charter of Human Rights.
168 - Z. Denk, Papoušek's Narrative (IV).
171 - R. Mirchi, Persian names - (M to O).
174 - Pavel Kohout, War on the third floor.