Bahari language (Persian: زبان بهاری) is a branch of Old Azeri language that is unique to this city and reminiscent of a very ancient period. Its culture and civilization was unique and ancient and had a Citadel, Caravanserai, temples, schools, baths, markets, Blacksmith, and Stone carving .. The discovery of pottery dates back to about 1500 BC.
It is a special dialect of the Azeri language, most of which is composed of Persian words, but has a completely different meaning because the terms are borrowed from Persian, or conversely, Persian terms are borrowed from Persian. But this language has Azeri origin and different from other Turkic languages, especially Turkic Tabriz, Turkic Urmia, Turkic Ardabil and even Istanbul, sometimes 80% of conversations on both sides are incomprehensible.
There are many allegories and recommendations from this dialect, including a sentence referring to the Medes. It would never have been thought that the spread of this allegory would have gone beyond the geographical boundary of the city of Bahar, but this celebrity has gone far beyond the geography of Iran and is still common in Anatolia.
The city's past activities included farming and gardening. Then in the second chapter was the importance of the caravan job that made it a relationship with other countries. The nearest town was Bijar and the farthest town was Ganja.
- Discovered objects are kept at the Hegmataneh Museum.
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