The Inspirational Breeze of Iranian Architecture of the Body of Indian Architecture after the Advent of Islam
Iran and India have much in common, of which “Teymouri Era” is the most spectacular. Teymouri architecture is originally Iranian; that’s why researchers have no doubt that the prominent presence of Iranian art in India, especially in the reign of Homayoun, one of the Muslim kings of India, has been due to the presence of Iranian artists and their Iranian identity in the palace of the Indian kings. The emergence of Islam and its advent into Iran opened a new chapter in the history of the land. As far as the architecture of the time is concerned, Islam triggered the making of styles and works that later on spread through the world. Meanwhile the tie between Iranian and Indian art grew stronger and by entering a new phase, found new dimensions. Islamic-Indian art demonstrated in two reigning periods of Islamic kings. The first is the reign of GhotbaddinIbek in 1193. The rest of the dynasties in North and Central India continue the artistic manifestation of the time. The second phase is the hallmark of Islamic art and architecture of which the Building of TajMahal and paintings such as “Akbarnameh” and “Hamzehnameh” are emblematic. This era continues up to the reign of Zahiroddin in 1236 (Hijri).
Cultural Research Letter of Hormozgan, Volume:2 Issue:4, 2012
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