Moving west to Sanandaj, I reach a pleasant, lush climate called Huraman or Uraman. An area with a large part in Kurdistan and Kermanshah and part of it in Iraqi Kurdistan. A mountainous area with winding valleys and numerous waterfalls, you can also see dense forests along the mountains. After crossing various villages, I reach Oraman Takht village, which has just become a city. A village of several thousand years old and a population of 2000 people.
This area is a deprived area where there are many deprivations of hope and effort. One of the hobbies of young men and boys is Huraman Bed (volleyball). Born in the late 1980s by teachers and border guards in the village, the sport has become a constant fixture. Even the lack of venues and facilities has not prevented them from this sport. They play every day on a deserted school playground that has been moved to another location due to Big stone falling. Even their cannonball into the valley and the hassle of returning it, and the danger of the mountain above them did not prevent them from playing every day. They play volleyball every day. Perhaps volleyball is an excuse to give them joy.
By: Farzam/Podium Photos