تاریخ انتشار : دوشنبه 23 بهمن 1402 - 3:57
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تصاویر زنان حرمسرا در سرخه حصار و حالات عاشقانه دختر شاه قاجار

تصاویر زنان حرمسرا در سرخه حصار و حالات عاشقانه دختر شاه قاجار

In the “Journey to the Qajar Era” collection, each time we take you to see corners of life in Iran over a century ago with high-quality images obtained from reliable archives. According to Faradid, these images can be viewed countless times, each revealing new details, from clothing and faces to the changing shapes and appearance

In the “Journey to the Qajar Era” collection, each time we take you to see corners of life in Iran over a century ago with high-quality images obtained from reliable archives.

According to Faradid, these images can be viewed countless times, each revealing new details, from clothing and faces to the changing shapes and appearance of homes, streets, and everything else that has undergone significant changes over the course of a century.

The first image today is a portrait of Esmat al-Douleh, the daughter of Nasser al-Din Shah and Taj al-Douleh. Esmat al-Douleh was one of the most passionate women of the royal harem when it came to photography. Numerous photos of her with various gestures have been preserved. She apparently had a close and romantic relationship with her husband, Moeiral-Mamalek, to the extent that she never remarried after his death.

Journey to the Qajar Era; Women of the royal harem at Sorkheh Hisar and the romantic gesture of the Shah's daughter

The second photo shows a group of women from Nasser al-Din Shah’s harem who have posed for a souvenir photo next to a tent set up in the Sorkheh Hisar area of Tehran. Sorkheh Hisar was one of Nasser al-Din Shah’s favorite recreational areas, where the annual “Ashpazan” ceremony was held.

Journey to the Qajar Era; Women of the royal harem at Sorkheh Hisar and the romantic gesture of the Shah's daughter

The other photos are likely, as mentioned in the relevant archive, from the era of Nasser al-Din Shah, but the individuals in them are not specifically known. Generally, these different portraits, some with unusual poses from that era and without veils, were usually studio photos taken by photographers like Antoine Sevruguin of female singers or dancers.

Journey to the Qajar Era; Women of the royal harem at Sorkheh Hisar and the romantic gesture of the Shah's daughter

Journey to the Qajar Era; Women of the royal harem at Sorkheh Hisar and the romantic gesture of the Shah's daughter

Journey to the Qajar Era; Women of the royal harem at Sorkheh Hisar and the romantic gesture of the Shah's daughter



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