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sadati N, Kamandloo H, panahi Z. A Research on the origin of Sangsar mehrab carpet and its types. goljaam 2021; 17 (40) : 1
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1- assistant Professor in Semnan university
2- Instructor of semnan university
3- student ins semnan university
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Mahdishahr (Sangsar) located in Semnan Province is the location of residence of Sangsari tribes, which are among the original Iranian tribes. The carpet weaving in the Sangsar area is very old due to the nomadic life, but the urban carpet weaving is probably about one hundred-years-old. Sangsar Rug designs have been influenced by the virtu, tastes, social and climatic circumstances of the inhabitants of the region over the past years, and indigenous and cultural concepts have played a substantial role in the evolution and diversity of the design. Despite having native raw materials and self-painted wools, one of the features of Sangsar Rug is the use of the design and pattern of carpets in reputable areas of carpet weaving that are seen in fewer clans or similar tribes. Sangsari weavers wove various designs such as four-season, lachak (a typical scarf), and bergamot, subsoil, bush, carpet tableau, etc. based on the plan or by modelling (taking patterns) of urban carpets back (tail) of other areas. One of the most diverse designs, Introducing the characteristics and identification of the types of woven altar carpets, available and available in the region in the last one hundred years.which is woven in different types and dimensions in this area, is the mehrab design.

The main question of the research is how the mehrab design is woven in Sangsar region and which geographical areas do the origin of the designs woven in Sangsar mehrab carpets go back to? This research has been carried out in a descriptive-analytical way and in the form of a field and document study, and the purpose of its implementation, in addition to getting to know the method of carpet weaving in the Sangsar region, is to introduce the characteristics and identify the types of woven altar carpets that are available and available in the region. It is the last hundred years.
The findings of the research show that local weavers have been able to design and implement a variety of altar designs such as vase-pillar altar, tree-pillar, tree-animal, vase-cedar, vase-bergamot and two-sided altar-vase with local features according to order or by copying the carpets from the areas such as Qom, Isfahan and Kashan, Hamedan, Ravar Kerman and modeling Sangsar ornaments.

Article number: 1
Type of Study: case report |
Received: 2021/08/29 | Accepted: 2022/12/18 | Published: 2023/03/16

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