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09 January 2010

Gardens In The Muslim Culture

The first time I noticed the peculiarities of the Muslim Gardens was when I saw the mosque in Mariupol. There was a little garden with fountains, pathes made probably with white marble or other white stone near it. In other place there were white peacocks too.

I remembered that beautiful little mosque when I heard about the gardens, the Mughal Empirors built in India. Yes, I continue the theme I began in these my other posts
Arches Of Triumph
Temples Of Orchha

Residences were -and are today- with great gardens. In the garden on the photo here there are over four hundred fountains!

I think, the summer residences of the kings in Europe in 1700-1800 were inspired by these Muslim gardens in India and Persia(about 1600-1700), because they thought, the governors in India and Persia were infinitely rich.
On the photos here are Petrodvorets (Russia) and Caserta (Italy)



аллея

Now, the question is: WHY all these gardens in Mughal Empire?
Do you know the answer?
Not?
I will say it to you.
It was, for the Mughals, the representation of the Paradise, how it is described by Muslim religion (in Koran probably, but I'm not sure).

17 comments:

  1. wat a beauty.... been to taj mahal n al hambra... the muslim architecture fuse with west or east is fantastic.

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  2. I agree with you, Lily, the images of the highest beauties of different cultures had to produce splendid mixes. :0)

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  3. liudmila,

    have you been/seen/read on Alhambra, its a huge fort/palace/township/etc built by Muslim, Christian took over and now a Museum so to speak.... you should see the fuse.... it's Muslim + Andalucia + Spain + Christian + etc etc etc....

    http://www.alhambradegranada.org/default_en.asp

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  4. Incredibly! You are great, Lily, it's so intriguing! Fantastic! Iwill read about it just in this moment!

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  5. An excellent blog indeed. Congratulations!
    I arrived here just surfing, but I'll be coming back again from time to time.
    Best wishes from an Estonian living in Italy

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  6. Nice pictures mate. I love the gardens in Muslim culture. Thanks for posting

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  7. Good shots! Seems Islamic culture have modern built of its landscape.

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  8. that is amazing
    i'm a new blogger from India well experienced travelling in India please do ,link my blog

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  9. Thank you for the link,Pramukh, I added your link too.

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  10. Your photos are beautiful. They sure could use some of those, "muslim" gardens in Saudi Arabia. :)

    Thanks for sharing!!

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  11. There are not such gardens in Saudi Arabia??? Incredibly. Maybe they are still hidden behind the high walls.

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  12. I appreciate the labour you have put in developing this blog. Nice and informative.

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  13. I chanced upon to view your blog and found it very interesting. Great ... Keep it up!

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  14. hello there

    my best wishes for your article

    nice pictures...

    Muslim culture was very unique and outstanding in architecture.you will find that most of the beautiful things and monuments only concerns to momdan culture whether take the example of TajMahal or the pictures shoiwn in this article.

    Travel to India | Travel in India

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  15. Thank you for this information. I'll surely research this culture. I've never heard about momdan culture.

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