Mazanderani people

The Mazanderani people (Mazanderani: مازرونیون or Mazanderani: تبریون) or Tabari people (Mazanderani: تپورون) are an Iranian people[4][5][6] who are indigenous to the Caspian region of Iran. They are also referred to as Mazanis for short. They inhabit the southern coast of the Caspian Sea and are part of the historical region known as Tabaristan. The Alborz mountains mark the southern boundary of the area settled by the Mazanderani people.[7][8]

Traditional clothing of the Mazandarani people depicted on two Iranian stamps (1978)
Mazanderani people
Total population
4,480,000 [1](2019) & 3 million[2] to 4 million[3] (2006)
Regions with significant populations
Province of Mazandaran and parts of the provinces of Alborz, Golestan, Tehran and Semnan in Iran
Languages
Mazanderani
Religion
Mostly Shi'a Muslim
Related ethnic groups
Iranian peoples, Caucasian peoples

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