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Volume 7, Issue 20 (3-2012)                   goljaam 2012, 7(20): 39-56 | Back to browse issues page

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Mokhtarian B, Kameli S. Symbolical Study of Tree-Pillar and Bird Motif on Turkmens' Namazligh. goljaam. 2012; 7 (20) :39-56
URL: http://goljaam.icsa.ir/article-1-470-en.html
1- Assistant Professor Faculty Member for Isfahan University of Arts
2- Masters student Isfahan University of Arts
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 The hand-woven items of Iranian clans and tribes include various motifs that have been formed according to their life-style, customs, myths and rituals and is the expression of values and beliefs of their culture. So these motifs have various symbolic meanings that they have used for expressing their needs and relationships. The present research aims at introducing one of most important hand-woven items of Turkmen tribe, namely "Namazligh" that is an applied and identity-making item used for prayer, to analyze the status of symbol in one of the main motifs of Namazligh, i.e. Kabe Naghesh which is the repetition of tree-pillar and bird motif on the top of minarets. Understanding the origin of these symbolical elements and finding their concepts and meaning in different cultures and also in shamanism, which has been what Turkmens believed in before embracing Islam, can help to understand these symbolic elements in Turkmens' Namazligh.
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Received: 2018/02/26 | Accepted: 2018/02/26 | Published: 2018/02/26

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