گالری عکس جهان پهلوان غلامرضا تختی
Melliun
06-Jan-2012 (5 comments)

در تابستان ۱۳۴۰ خورشیدی از طرفداران محمد مصدق و جبهه ملی ایران شد.

وی پس از کودتای ۲۸ مرداد، مدتی دچار غم‌زدگی ناشی از تحولات سیاسی و کنار گذاشته شدن محمد مصدق از مقام نخست وزیری شد و تلاش می‌کرد تا نامش در مجامع عمومی زیاد برده نشود.

در ۱۳۴۲به عنوان عضوی از شورای مرکزی جبهه ملی ایران برگزیده شد. این واقعه باعث شد تا از سوی ساواک به عنوان یک «ناراضی» شناخته شود. از این روی، دستگاه ورزشی بنا به تصمیم سازمان امنیت و اطلاعات کشور، از تمرین‌های تختی جلوگیری می‌کرد و به هر شکل می‌کوشید تا از حضور او در مجامع ورزشی بین‌المللی

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Masoud Kazemzadeh

Mamnoon

by Masoud Kazemzadeh on

G.R. jaan


G. Rahmanian

Dear Masoud:

by G. Rahmanian on

Thanks for sharing!


Masoud Kazemzadeh

Thank You Roozbeh jaan and Mehrban jaan

by Masoud Kazemzadeh on

Roozbeh jaan,

Yes, Takhti was in the hearts of many Iranians.  Thank you for your note.

Best reagrds,

Masoud

 

Mehrban jaan,

I agree with you.  There is something about Takhti that is so genuine and decent.  And as you wrote he is "the personification of all authentic and good Iranian qualities."

Thank you again,

Masoud

 

 


Mehrban

Thank you for this wonderful collection of photos

by Mehrban on

I learned of Takhti many years after his death and only through photographs and whispers.  But there is something about him even in these photographs that tugs at my heart.  Besides the fact that he is handsome, it is almost as if he is the personification of all authentic and good Iranian qualities. 

British Museum aquired a collage of him by Khosrow Hassanzadeh, I am not that fond of the piece but it is considered to be one of the most important works of contemporay Iran.  British Museum's curater talks about the painting in the link below.  You may want to add it to your collection of photos.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ht35BfnTSiM 

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كه در پاكي جان و انديشه است 


Roozbeh_Gilani

Thank you for remembering the great man..

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

He died a few years before I was born, I believe. But my father, a keen sportsman and wrestler in his youth himself,  was a big fan of him. We had a  picture of Takhti in a back room which my father used for his prayers or reading books. For a long time, as a child,  I thought he was a late uncle, the way my father so fondly and respectfully spoke of him...

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