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Dervish, Photographer: Antoin Sevruguin, around 1901

Dervishes were a common subject for foreign photographers of the late Qajar period. These photographs helped to create and fed the stereotypes of exotic Easterners, but nevertheless they are useful historical records of the period.

Dervish during the late 19th-early/20th century, from Qajar, Iran. Brooklyn Museum. Photograph by Antoin Sevruguin. #Islam #Sufism #Spirituality #Mysticism #God #Religion #Allah

Portrait of a Dervish holding a tabar (axe), late century, Brooklyn Museum. Photographs of Iranian dervishes by Antoin Sevruguin.

Munis ‘Ali Shah (master of the Nimatullahi Order from 1922 to 1953)

Munis ‘Ali Shah (master of the Nimatullahi Order from 1922 to 1953)

Painting in the Bektashi Tekke (Teqe) of Detroit of Haji Bektash riding a rock, Karaja Ahmed riding a lion, with a snake as a whip. showing Haji Bektash Veli (centre) riding not a lion, but a rock, according to a famous Bektashi legend.

Painting in the Bektashi Tekke (Teqe) of Detroit of Haji Bektash riding a rock, Karaja Ahmed riding a lion, with a snake as a whip. showing Haji Bektash Veli (centre) riding not a lion, but a rock, according to a famous Bektashi legend.

Büyükler, "tevazu, yüzü yere yakın olmaktır" der. Ham adam işi değil tevazunun büyüklüğüne ermek. Ancak olgunlaşan baş, başak gibi eğilir. Hz Mevlana.

Büyükler, "tevazu, yüzü yere yakın olmaktır" der. Ham adam işi değil tevazunun büyüklüğüne ermek. Ancak olgunlaşan baş, başak gibi eğilir. Hz Mevlana.

'Dervishes' by the Russian painter Vasili Vereshagin reminds me of my new story project 'The Three Princes of Serendip'. Thx to Karin Vlietstra.

Alma Kuzma Vasily Vereshchagin Dervishes Vereshchagin was born on October in Cherepovets, Russia into the relatively prosperous family of a landowner.

Dervishes, postcard from early 1900s. Photographs of Iranian dervishes by Antoin Sevruguin.

Dervishes, postcard from early Photographs of Iranian dervishes by Antoin Sevruguin. The one on the left is holding a cresent shaped tabar (axe).