Persia. Traveling Dervish

Persian traveling dervish carrying a cresent bladed tabar (axe).

17th C. Ottoman Turkey. Itinerant Sufi Dervish "Pelerin" or Pilgrim. miniature in Indian ink with gouache and gilding. Constantinople 1657-58. The "Rålamb Book"

Itinerant Sufi Dervish "Pelerin" or Pilgrim. miniature in Indian ink with gouache and gilding. Constantinople The "Rålamb Book"

Buraaq (Night of the Ascension)

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Isra & Miraj 2012 is Prophet Muhammad's Miraculous Night Journey from Mecca to Madina.View how and why the Miraculous Night Journey of Isra & Miraj is celebrated.

Dervish wearing tippet and cap in summer landscape and warming hand and foot at a fire.

Dervish wearing tippet and cap in summer landscape and warming hand and foot at a fire.

Dervish leading a dog, This is an album (muraqqaʿ) of Persian and Indian calligraphy and paintings, 19th

A dervish leading a dog - This color-wash drawing (ca. 1018 AH / 1610 CE) bears the signature of Rāqimuhu Ṣādiqī in pseudo-Kufic script. The Safavid artist Ṣādiqī (eleventh century AH / seventeenth CE) signed other works in the same manner.

Dervish of Bokhara, Preziosi, 1800's

Dervish of Bokhara, Preziosi,

Three Dervishes

Three Dervishes, by Luigi Brocktorff, Watercolour and bodycolour over pencil, heightened with white, ca. Victoria and Albert Museum

Dervish-Kalenderi, Nicolas de Nikolay-1650

Dervish-Kalenderi, Nicolas de Nikolay-1650

A Dervish

A Dervish Date: late century Geography: Iran Medium: Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper Dimensions: H. cm) Metropolitan Museum of Art

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