هنر عالیه شاهنشاهی ایران

THE SUBLIME IMPERIAL ART OF PERSIA


Many argue that the Sublime can be found in nature, being perfect in creation by the creator. Such as a Mountain. This perfection in creation can be Boundless, Infinite, Frightening and Divine. The Divine is considered the most Sublime State of Being. This state is one of infinite greatness, power and beauty.

The Rose could be considered a sublime creation, as the sublime does not need to only be in size, but could also rather include the details of perfection. Such is the nature of a Sublime Rose Flower, which with all its beauty has elements of darkness such as thorns, gentle perfection such as rose pedals and also the untouchable sense and intoxicating beauty and unseeable pleasures of smell.

For artists and musicians creating the sublime state of art is the highest pursuit of happiness. One which requires many years of thinking, studying and understanding the very nature of beauty. Understanding what is beautiful and how to create sublime art.

For many artists women can be considered the most sublime (سنت الله سبحان التعالی) and as such many artists consider the feminine divine the most sublime and love their women and get inspired by them and make art with their muses.

The very word muse which music derives from is based on this very concept. As such Bellydance and Raqs Sharqi could be considered the Most Sublime form of Art of which has always been preserved in the Imperial and Royal Courts of the World.





Persia established the Sublime State of Persia which was known as:

دولت عالیه شاهنشاهی ایران
The Sublime Imperial State of Persia
Dolat Aleyhe Shahanshahi Iran (دولت علیه شاهنشاهی ایران)






ممالک محروسه ایران
Guarded Domains of Iran
Dolat Aleyhe Shahanshahi Iran (دولت علیه شاهنشاهی ایران)


The Guarded Domains of Iran (Persian: ممالک محروسه ایران‎, mamâlek e mahrose ye irân), or simply the Domains of Iran (ممالک ایران, mamâlek e irân) and the Guarded Domains (ممالک محروسه, mamâlek e mahrose), was the common and official name of Iran from the Safavid era, until the early 20th century. The idea of the Guarded Domains illustrated a feeling of territorial and political uniformity in a society where the Persian language, culture, monarchy, and Shia Islam became integral elements of the developing national identity.

The definition of the Guarded Domains' borders was almost identical to that of Eranshahr in the Sasanian-era text Letter of Tansar, as well as the description by the 14th-century geographer Hamdallah Mustawfi in his Nuzhat al-qulub.























May All Our Affairs be Sublime, Insha’Allah, which is based on our Family Motto of Excellence in All We Do, which is considered a Sublime State of Being in order to be close to God; The Creator of All Things and Most Sublime!