When we enter Palangan village, we encounter different scenes from what we see in most villages and cities in Iran. A kind of social freedom along with the charm and beauty of women’s clothing dominates this tourist village. A village that, despite being deprived, seems to have a high public culture. This issue is especially evident in the colorful and attractive clothes of the women and girls of the village and their significant presence in different parts of the village. I have seen examples of this presence and appearance of women in less rural and urban areas in Iran.
During the whole time we were in Palangan village, the Kurdish-speaking families of this village not only did not prevent us from taking photos and videos, but also treated the tourists with great pleasure. To my surprise, I was accepted by a group of Kurdish women who were weaving yarn and thread from goat and sheep wool, and I talked to them for a while, unaffected and intimate.
In the village of Palangan, where you walk everywhere, you see the people of the village sitting together in every part of the village. Especially on the roofs of houses, you see women and girls sitting comfortably and talking and watching around. It has an attractive atmosphere here.