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مرکز اطلاعات علمی SID1
مرکز اطلاعات علمی SID
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مرکز اطلاعات علمی SID
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Author(s): 

MOOSAVI K.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2003
  • Volume: 

    36
  • Issue: 

    2
  • Pages: 

    217-239
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    123
  • Downloads: 

    20
Keywords: 
Abstract: 

This article introduces and expounds on a qasida by QAJAR, which is in 47 lines (4 verses composed totally in Arabic, 25 lines in Persian and 18 lines in Molama"e). Like Shanfari and Toghrai, in this qasida, the poet complains about the cruelty of his kith and kin, the callous world, and so on. The poet lived in the QAJAR period, and his gasida rhymes in l, hence the title of this gasida.

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Author(s): 

HAJIANPOUR H. | DEHGHAN M.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2009
  • Volume: 

    1
  • Issue: 

    2
  • Pages: 

    53-80
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    825
  • Downloads: 

    108
Abstract: 

In order to peruse the political and social role of women in QAJAR family, studying the haramsara, the inside complex women lived in, separated from other parts of the palace, of this era is very much important. The situation of haramsaras in QAJAR era and its political- social outputs demands the deep thinking in their nature to explain the political structure of QAJAR government. Some subjects in the realm of haramsara functions, however, are more significant such as the ways women entered into the kings' haramsaras, and under which circumstances they passed their lives as the rich women who were in wealthy and comfortable layers of society. Their social activities, training and successes in cultural arena are all significant concerns on QAJAR women. The most important point is to understand that how these women managed their responsibilities in the political context of the country particularly at the crossroads such as Tobacco Movement and Constitutional Movement, has serious affair. The findings show that the life of these haramsara women was not very different from the ordinary women of that epoch of Iran history and they also followed the traditional styles of life. It should be mentioned that they were in different positions comparing to men of that age. Also their progress in the socio - cultural fields had a suitable process, considering the variable conditions of QAJAR society. The political activities of these women were varying according to the personal and the family authority and also according to the will and the power of the kings.

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Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2012
  • Volume: 

    2
  • Issue: 

    2
  • Pages: 

    77-99
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    1692
  • Downloads: 

    742
Abstract: 

This paper examines the social morals and customs of Lootian in the QAJAR period.Lootian was part of a chain that began with Fotowat and continued through market guild and Ayyari. Although it was transformed in some course, but in the decline, it changed into Lootian and in the present century was changed to Lumpen (in the Marxist theories). There are some different and sometimes conflicting meanings of Lootian, from barefooted and poor, to Pederast.Also Loot in its own language means Satiety. In this article, we explain Lootian’s morals and their difference with Panties and explain attitudes toward Lootian. And specifically, we explain Lootian’s cover and their clothing components, their habitude, Lootian’s languages and dialects, their funs and games, and their names and titles. Finally, rituals of Lootian are discussed and their competitions and fights in Muharram Ceremonies were explained.

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Author(s): 

HATAMI ZAHRA

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2019
  • Volume: 

    11
  • Issue: 

    1
  • Pages: 

    65-89
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    448
  • Downloads: 

    178
Abstract: 

Researching occult sciences has been ignored among historians. The present article has been specifically devoted to the second science of this complex, meaning “ Limiya” or the science of talismans, and has tried to identify and introduce various types of talismans and the scope of Iranian’ s belief in them during the QAJAR era through a descriptive-analytical method and while introducing the activists of this field, this research has tried to find out why people resort to talismans. The results of the present research indicate that talismans had political, medical, and social applications in different fields in this era and nobles and common people were no different when it came to believing in talismans and being attracted by them. Gypsies, the Sufi community, and the Jewish people were the most important activists of this field during the QAJAR era and they helped poor and desperate people face their problems.

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Author(s): 

KHALILI M.

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2009
  • Volume: 

    19
  • Issue: 

    1 (76)
  • Pages: 

    61-97
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    133
  • Downloads: 

    35
Abstract: 

It’s not an enigma that story and history have the same fate. A little attention to the concept of history could be helpful. It’s acceptable that the world is consisted of several events. But there’s a huge difference between considered and unconsidered events.History means research on events that at a certain time have been considered, observed and kept in mind by researchers and has built a structure of the story about same events. Reality is greater than history and in terms of number exceeds it highly. This leads into identity generating. In this sense, identity is a criterion that historical event can be studied based on it. As we speak of identity as a process, indeed, we have spoke of the continuity of phenomenon having become historical in response to the questions of a person, a group, an ethical group or a nation about his past. When we speak of identity as a process, we indeed talk about the continuity of historized phenomena when answering the questions rose respecting about past. With reviewing five historical works, the writer has sought to study the factor of Farang (West) on Iranian identity in historical reports in QAJAR era.

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Journal: 

NATIONAL STUDIES

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2011
  • Volume: 

    12
  • Issue: 

    2 (46)
  • Pages: 

    0-0
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    13195
  • Downloads: 

    9195
Abstract: 

While Qafqaz, a main part of Iran beyond the Aras river, was occupied; together with political and social evolution in Qadjar period, Persian literature and poem also reacted.Entering Qadjar period’s poet in stage of literary works, a new interim in Iran's literature history began which researchers call "Combat Poem " and " Anti- Occupying Literature ".Began with Iran-Russia battles, " Anti-Occupying Poem " diversified Iran' s literature and so depicted the struggle of Qafqaz people against Czarist Russia.The pioneer poet who reminded Iran- Russia battles are so important because in Qadjar period Iran’s literature and culture was just imitation and trite.Forming " Anti-Occupying Literature ", this poem which was in throes of death, again revived and Persian poem found a new life.

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Author(s): 

NAIEBIAN JALIL | ALIPOUR JAVAD

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2012
  • Volume: 

    3
  • Issue: 

    1
  • Pages: 

    109-133
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    284
  • Downloads: 

    225
Abstract: 

Zaroastrian as an Iranian minority like most residents of Iran has neither any school nor any educational official center till mid-QAJAR period. They attentioned to training programs as religious education for children. The formation of modern school with new style has began since entry of the first parsian envoy to Iran whose named manekjy limjy Houshang Hateria. He would build new schools for zaroastrian children in time presence in Iran. After him, other Persian envoys such as Keikhosrow G. Khansaheb continued his work to building new schools. Arbab Keikhosrow Shahrokh was diligent in making schools. Zaroastrian Schools was not dedicated solely to educating boys but it were founded schools for Zaroastrian girls' education. In this paper, we want to review effects of new schools on cultural and social advancement of Iranian Zaroastrians with an analytical approach. It is necessary to show that new schools were able to attend field for Zaroastrian in Iranian social scene.

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Author(s): 

MANSOURBAKHT GHOBAD

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2009
  • Volume: 

    -
  • Issue: 

    61/5
  • Pages: 

    123-150
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    2250
  • Downloads: 

    929
Abstract: 

Spice was considered a major agricultural product exported from the East to the west before the Renaissance. However, with the extensive developments in technical principles of production and increasing growth of European products and artifacts beyond Europe and increased demand of the west for different agricultural products in the Renaissance, Eastern communities had no choice but to increase the amount of agricultural products through changing subsistence farming to commercial agriculture in order to provide cost of consumer goods imports and different investment. The findings of this research indicate that Iran in QAJAR period, especially after age of nassery, began the first stages of commercial agriculture and at the end of the period achieved significant success and adopted a Logical path in modernizing. But this direction changed out of the emergence of other factors; so modernization process in Iran was diverted to another route.

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Author(s): 

HATAMI J.

Journal: 

Naghsh Mayeh

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2009
  • Volume: 

    1
  • Issue: 

    2
  • Pages: 

    29-36
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    0
  • Views: 

    3291
  • Downloads: 

    1811
Abstract: 

You can find the roots of QAJAR painting in Iranian arts from old times. With different cultural and political movements that occurred in Iran after Safavid era; the effects of western art appeared in Iranian painting especially in the QAJAR era. You can find traces of this effect on verism paintings in this era. In the beginning this verism was in opposite direction to the abstract painting, But after passing of time artists found the solution by compiling symbolism in painting and verism of western arts together. This compilation itself had an effect on the Iranian painting too. QAJAR era was the peak of its power with regards to the combining of this art and regarding its contents is a point taken in to consideration in this research.

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Author(s): 

AMANAT MEHRDAD

Journal: 

ENCYCLOPAEDIA IRANICA

Issue Info: 
  • Year: 

    2009
  • Volume: 

    -
  • Issue: 

    -
  • Pages: 

    0-0
Measures: 
  • Citations: 

    315
  • Views: 

    3648
  • Downloads: 

    9195
Keywords: 
Abstract: 

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