I think that he should keep a caravansary
on the world's highway, where philosophers of all nations might put up, and on his sign should be printed, "Entertainment for man, but not for his beast.
The iftar was organized at one of the city's historical buildings Ekmekcizade Ahmet PaE-a Caravansary
Bazaar-e-Zavareh in Zavareh, Behjat Abad on the Isfahan - Natanz Road, Chahar Borj on the Isfahan - Kashan Road, the Gez caravansary
north of Isfahan, Bahram on the Isfahan - Tehran Road, Madar-e-Shah in the north of Isfahan, Taqi Abad, Golgoon Abad, Yagmeesh and Khargoosh on the Isfahan Road, and Dambi caravansary
amongst others in Isfahan province.
Areas like Timche (Amin-el-Dole), Caravansary
, Mir Emad Mosque, Saray (Gomrok, no .
Because ribat comes from the Arabic root r-b-t, which means to tie together, as one would tether a herd of livestock, the term could describe a caravansary
, a structure that invited traders and travelers to secure their horses or camels before resting.
It is composed of a royal section and a general area, which includes residences of ordinary people, a bazaar, a caravansary
and a public bathhouse.
There is a persistent sense of anhedonia in this memoir--an isolation, a loneliness, a homosexual melancholy that explains even the selection of his hotel on a trip to Madrid to visit the wife of an old flame: "In the evening I would return to my hotel, a sort of lugubrious caravansary
that I'd chosen among all options with the unerring eye of the depressive.