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Volume 8, Issue 22 (3-2013)                   goljaam 2013, 8(22): 73-95 | Back to browse issues page

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Shirazi M, Talaei M. A Comparative Study and Analysis of the Motifs of Safavid Carpets Depicted in Muqul Indian Miniatures . goljaam. 2013; 8 (22) :73-95
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1- University of Al-Zahra
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As a result of expansion of relationships between Gurkanian (Indian Muquls) and Safavid Kings, we can see some impacts of Iran on Indian carpets, illustrations, architecture and related arts. Some of the motifs in carpets were spread to India during Gurkanian Era. This paper tries to find out the direct or indirect influences of depicted carpets’ motifs in Persian paintings on Indian arts. So the questions are: What is the reason for the representation of Persian carpets in Indian miniatures during Muqul era? What are the represented motifs from Persian carpets in Indian miniatures? The applied research method is descriptive- analytical via library data collection. The results show that, Indian kings’ interest in arts, the relationship with Safavid Kingdom, and immigrations of Iranian artists to India in Shah-Tahmasb’s Era, are the reasons for representation of Persian carpets’ motifs in Indian miniatures. The represented carpets’ motifs in Indian miniatures besides the influence Iranian artists' exercise represent the nativity of vegetative motifs in either abstract or natural forms depicted by Indian artists
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Received: 2018/02/26 | Accepted: 2018/02/26 | Published: 2018/02/26

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