Nomads of iran
In every era of Iranian history, one of the elites more powerful than others, it has conquered political power. Eilat, due to their permanent readiness for migration, has a paramilitary discipline and is ready to move with their flocks within hours. This discipline and warfare have made Eilat a military camp. In the Eliatti community, based on the tribal relations, people had exclusive obedience to their bosses. On the other hand, armed forces had been in need of an elderly life, and provided these two components with two levers of power for tribal elders and tribesmen.
Survey of Demographic Statistics of Iran
The Iranian civilizations have gradually become one-sided, but there are still districts in some parts of Iran. During the constitutional period, more than 2 million people from the 8 million Iranian population, about a quarter of Iran’s population belonged to the tribes. In the 1956 census of 21 million Iranians, 2-3 million belonged to tribes and tribes. In the early 20th century, the nomadic population of Iran was 25% of the total population.
Division of nomads and tribes of Iran
The tribes of Iran are divided into the main Kurds, Lars, Persians, Turks and Turkmen, Arabs, Baluch and Brahui.
Usually the tribes of Iran are divided into seven classes in language. Turkmen, Turkic, Farsi, Kurdish, Lori, Arabic, Baluchi and Lak.
Nowadays, the classification of tribes is different in their historical classification, as many of the tribes that are now considered to be Turkish or Kurdish are described in the historical texts of Lar or Lak, or in the opposite