عنوان مقاله [English]
The art of painting in Iran during the Islamic period and literature have been closely related to each other. As great literary works have always been one of the most central manifestations of painting. The Safavid period (1355-907 AH) is one of the most brilliant periods of painting in Iran. One of the great literary works in Iran is the book of Saqi Nameh by Baqer Kashani since it contains interpretations and descriptions about Saghi (cupbearer), Badeh (drink), taverns, music and musical instruments and melodies (including daf, ney, tar, robab, chang, arghanun, rud, aud, soroud, pardeh, nava and magham) and also pleasant theological concepts (Pir-e Moghan, Aref, Zahed etc.). A comparative study of Maulana Mohammad Baqer Kashani's with Safavid's Saqi Nameh and paintings, in terms of mutual concepts and themes and their historical course can be significant opinions in relation to the harmony and congruence of art and literature. This research has been completed by descriptive and analytical methods and relying on the data of library resources. Findings of the research indicate that considering a number of the themes and specific content of the Saqi Namehs and comparing those themes with the sachets of Baqir Kherdeh, such as: description of the Saqi, drink, song, the presence of musical instruments, seizing the opportunity, condemning the time and its people, referring to the historical history, epic values, romance and expression of mystical thoughts are sufficient in Saqi Nameh of Baqir and the poets of this era; moreover, similar concepts can be observed in the art of the Safavid era.
1. Recognition and importance of Maulana Mohammad Baqir Kherdeh's Saqi Nameh compared to Safavid Saqi Namehs.
2. A comparative study of the contents of the Saqi Nameh of Maulana Mohammad Baqir Kherdeh with Safavid paintings.
1. What are the common themes between Safavid period painting and Maulana Mohammad Baqir Kherdeh works?
2. What are the dimensions, components and commonalities of Baqir Kherdeh's Saqi Namehs with the Safavid Saqi Namehs?