Bat Goran:Hindu Temple in BandarAbbas
Iranian and Hindus had a satisfactory trading connection and exported their own produced good to each other. Consequently the trace of Iranian presence in India and likewise Hindus existence in Iran could be observed. These bilateral connections have been continued up for many years. Ensuing Hindus merchant’s activities in Hormozgan zone، cultural and artistic relationship increased between these two countries and created an influential impact of art through these countries. The main emphasize of this research is studying temples which were constructed by Hindus in Bandar Abbas city. The present research is based on analytical-descriptive approach by studying elements and decorations which were used in these temples. In commence the temple itself، the cause of its construction and then decoration will be introduced. Hindus temple was constructed in late Nasser Al-Din the king’s era and were exposed during Muzzaffar Al-Din the king (1887-1883A. D). In the formative elements of this temple the architecture of other religion such as Buddhism and Islam were also observed.
Journal of Jelve-y Honar, No. 38, 2014
19 - 33
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