October 12 - 207 days have passed in the official calendar of Iran since the beginning of the year and 158 days (in a normal year) and 159 days (in a leap year) are left until the end.
National Calligraphy Day in Iran
60 AH - coincides with the 21st of Mehr (amount) 59 AH coincides with the Ashura of Hosseini and the uprising of the martyrs
1160 AH - Cyrus the Great captures Babylon, Anniversary of the proclamation of the Persian Empire, Issue of the First Charter of Nations and Declaration of Human Rights by Cyrus the Great
1333 - The trial of the second group of Tudeh Party officers begins in the military court of Tehran. The first-instance trial, all of which had been sentenced to death, had ended a few days earlier and was under review.
1343 - US military advisers are exempted from prosecution in Iran with the approval of the Iranian parliament, known as the Capitulation Bill under the Vienna Agreement, which was strongly opposed by Seyyed Ruhollah Khomeini.
Celebrating the victory of Kaveh Ahangar and Fereydoun over Zahak Mardush and Fereydoun sitting on the throne. The recording of this epic event in the ancient Iranian calendar is a sign of true hope and victory over oppression. (Ram celebration one day in the Zoroastrian calendar)
1306 - Noor Ali Tabandeh, the center of the Nematollahi dynasty
1322 - Seyed Mohammad Khatami, the fifth president of Iran, politician
1316 - Loris Cheknavaryan, composer, conductor, Armenian writer and painter
1991 - Ali Shafiei, Iranian volleyball player
1305 - Shorideh Shirazi, blind poet (born 1326)
1347 - Hossein Behzad, miniaturist (born 1273)
1979 - Gholam Hossein Mosaheb, researcher and mathematician (born 1289)
2010 - Marzieh, singer (born 1303)