عنوان مقاله [English]
From a scientific point of view, the word "bazaar" refers to various concepts, however, in the custom of the people of our country, the meaning of "bazaar" is a sheltered place where different guilds engage in commercial activities. In addition to its economic role, specifically commercial, bazaars in Iran have constantly played an effective role in the history of the country's political and social developments. The traditional market of Tabriz, as the largest covered market in the Middle East, is registered as a historical and artistic work. One of the guilds active in this market are the association of carpet sellers, which can perhaps be called the most important guild, in this sense, the Tabriz bazaar is mostly known as the Tabriz Carpet Market - including many Timchehs and Sarays. Employment and the high share of carpets in Iran's non-oil export portfolio are extremely important. For this reason, the traditional market of Tabriz - especially the carpet market - can be studied from different dimensions, such as the economic, social, artistic and architectural scopes. In the present research, the Timchehs of the traditional Tabriz carpet market - which at the same time had the most carpet shops - and the condition of their carpets, such as Mozaffarieh Timcheh, Amir Saray, Jafarieh Saray, Ahmadiyeh Saray and other places have been scientifically studied. The findings of the research indicate that almost every Saray is mainly dedicated to a specific type of carpet. Second, from an economic-commercial point of view, Tabriz carpet market also operates in Tehran and European countries with active representatives. Likewise, the Tabriz traditional and carpet market plays a major role in preserving the art of carpet weaving. In addition, the architectural and social-cultural context of the Tabriz traditional carpet market, is of particular importance as an artistic-social capital.
Investigating the role of the traditional Tabriz handwoven carpet market in the state of the art of carpet weaving.
Recognizing the different parts of the traditional Tabriz handwoven carpet market.
What is the role of traditional handwoven carpet markets in Tabriz in the prosperity of Iran's carpet weaving art?
What sections does the traditional market of Tabriz handwoven rugs consist of?