Traditional Bath “Hammam” in Homeland
Another point that is interesting about Iranian baths is the endowed baths. These baths were financed by donations dedicated to people; so that everyone could prepare himself for his religious practices, with a clean body and a bath. The baths also to some extent reflected the social status of the people; Wealthy people had private baths in their homes, and middle- or poor-class people went to public baths for bathing. It is also necessary to mention that the baths and of course in Islamic countries were divided into two parts for women and men, and some hours of the day were allocated to women and other hours to men.