Persian Garden | Paradise on Earth. Persian Garden represents a unique style of garden, which has spread its influence from West, Spain in particular, to India. The focal philosophy of an Iranian Garden is creation of paradise in the aridness of Iranian Plateau, much like a prosperous oasis in the desert, as opposed to other styles of European or Japanese Gardens. · Persian Garden, the Paradise on Earth. Persian garden truly resembles the paradise on Earth. The general pattern of Persian gardens (Iranian gardens) has a rectangular form consisting of four quarters abundant in trees and flowers, streams and pathways, ponds and fountains, usually a central pavilion, and the walls that surround the garden. Persian gardens and garden pavilions. [Donald Newton Wilber] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in. Persian Gardens and Garden Pavilions. Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, D.C., 2nd ed. (ISBN: ). Keywords. Gardens, Islamic. Navigation. Resources Publications Digital Projects Online Collections Highlights from the Collections Middle East Garden Traditions. Persian Gardens and Pavilions then goes onto examine the garden and the pavilion as reflected in Persian miniature painting, sculpture and carpets, as well as accounts of travelers to Persia. With masters such as Bizhad representing daily life as well as the more mystical prose and poetry in. 9 Persian Gardens. 1. Ancient Garden of Pasargadae. The palace garden of Cyrus the Great at Pasargadae, dated back to BC. It has two small pavilions, and it is likely to planted with cypress, pomegranate, and cherry. 2. Eram Garden, Shiraz. The garden was structured in the nineteenth century with the typical elements of its period. · Pasargadae Persian Gardens provide the earliest known example of the Persian chahar bagh, or fourfold garden design. Water plays very important roles in the Persian Garden. Not only it is for irrigation, but it giving the aesthetic beauty by flowing in the well designed aqueducts, jetting into fountains and pouring small ponds. · He does so by examining the representations of gardens and pavilions in religious texts (such as the Zoroastrian Aban Yasht or the Qur'an), the poetry of major Persian poets (such as Ferdowsi, Sa'di, Rumi and Hafez), miniature painting, sculpture and carpets, as well as accounts of travelers to liverpoolallotments.com by: 3. | The Pavilion can be outlined among the most important architectural identity elements in Persian gardens. Usually these structures were built in the middle of the garden and at the confluence of two longitudinal and transverse axes in such a way. Photo about Persian garden of Eram in Shiraz with its beautiful pavilion reflected on the turquoise pool in front of it. Image of garden, landmark, eram - "The Persian Garden" comprises nine gardens from different epochs and climates. They derive from the Chahar Bagh model: the division of a site into 4 sectors, opening out into the 4 cardinal directions. The tradition and style in the garden design of Persian gardens has influenced the design of gardens from Andalusia to India and beyond.
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