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Indian brass processional standard [alam] Hyderabad, India,  dated 1851, almost certainly created for the Muharram commemoration at the Hyderabad royal ashur kahana shrine. Each year alamare displayed to mark the martyrdom of Hussein, grandson of the Prophet Muhammad and believed by Shia Muslims to be the rightful heir to the Muslim caliphate. When carried in procession they are awarded the same ceremony as the sultan – accompanied by a royal parasol, peacock fans, incense and flowers,163.0…

Indian brass processional standard [alam] Hyderabad, India, dated 1851, almost certainly created for the Muharram commemoration at the Hyderabad royal ashur kahana shrine. Each year alamare displayed to mark the martyrdom of Hussein, grandson of the Prophet Muhammad and believed by Shia Muslims to be the rightful heir to the Muslim caliphate. When carried in procession they are awarded the same ceremony as the sultan – accompanied by a royal parasol, peacock fans, incense and flowers,163.0…

Alem İran, 16. yüzyıl sonu Delikli çelik, kalıp demir ek uzantılar 81,5 x 32,5 cm

Alem İran, 16. yüzyıl sonu Delikli çelik, kalıp demir ek uzantılar 81,5 x 32,5 cm

Saife kısmı pirinç, gövde kısmı Ahşap ismi Nebi ''Muhammed'' Yazılı Alem ,Tasarım Yapım Murat ikiz

Saife kısmı pirinç, gövde kısmı Ahşap ismi Nebi ''Muhammed'' Yazılı Alem ,Tasarım Yapım Murat ikiz

islamic symbols STOLEN from Ancient Paganism | exposingthelieofislam

islamic symbols STOLEN from Ancient Paganism

islamic symbols STOLEN from Ancient Paganism | exposingthelieofislam

Ottoman Alem was placed on the top of the imperial tents or flags. They can easily be seen in miniatures depicting the Ottoman army on the march. They often had inscriptions on them from the Quran and sometimes there were floral motifs filling in any empty spaces. They could be made of copper, bronze, brass, iron and gold. Only in the 19th century did these standards started to incorporate a star and crescent moon.

Ottoman Alem was placed on the top of the imperial tents or flags. They can easily be seen in miniatures depicting the Ottoman army on the march. They often had inscriptions on them from the Quran and sometimes there were floral motifs filling in any empty spaces. They could be made of copper, bronze, brass, iron and gold. Only in the 19th century did these standards started to incorporate a star and crescent moon.

Standard | early 18th century Geography: Iran | Culture: Islamic | Medium: Silver with black inlay | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Standard | early 18th century Geography: Iran | Culture: Islamic | Medium: Silver with black inlay | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Delikişi Alem

Delikişi Alem

A CUT-BRASS STANDARD ('ALAM) - INDIA, 19TH CENTURY

A CUT-BRASS STANDARD ('ALAM) - INDIA, 19TH CENTURY

Extremely Important Antique Islamic Persian Safavid Large Bronze Standard   Alam

Extremely Important Antique Islamic Persian Safavid Large Bronze Standard Alam

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