Iranians and social relations,even in bath house!

In Iran’s old history and as well as the religion of Islam have been repeatedly confirmed by the cleanliness of the body and soul. for this reason, the baths and bathhouse had a specific place throughout the realm of Iran. According to President of the Association of Priest of Iran, Iranians are the first people in the world to wash and bathe. The interesting part is that Iranian use bathhouse as a social place for different usage like: celebrating, telling stories and so many interesting social activities.

Iranians were the first people in the world to provide public baths!

Building public baths and private bathrooms has been promoting in different epochs. During the Sassanid era, they called a public bath for the nobility and upper classes, and Zoroastian  priests opposed the construction of public baths until Islam entered Iran and the construction of public baths and public baths grew more widespread.

Iranian bath houses Masterpiece of architecture

Building public baths and private bathrooms has been promoting in different epochs. During the Sassanid era, they called a public bath for the nobility and upper classes, and Zoroastian  priests opposed the construction of public baths until Islam entered Iran and the construction of public baths and public baths grew more widespread.

Decoration and Function

The Moaragh tiles, colorful tiles and mud tiles were decorated with a human image of the beauty and bearing features of the bathrooms.

They used brick, stone and marble in the baths because they resist water well. There was a Garmkhane in the back of the bathroom, which stirred the water into copper pots.

The roof of the rooms in the bathroom rooms was dome – shaped and light by glass windows so that only sunlight could tap into the bathroom and prevent cold weather from entrance the bathroom

The baths, usually before they entered, had a small space called the counter with the facade and decorations of brickworks and tilework. It was then a narrow, winding corridor at the entrance to the Binet space. After the input, the set of bathroom spaces usually formed around the two main centers around the base and warm of the house. Binet was a vast space with many decorations. The pavilions are higher than the middle space and are connected internally, and under them were holes in the antechamber. Binet’s room was usually two or four ears, and hardly a circle. There was a pond at its center, a dome covered with brick decoration or a beautiful tiling in its top, and a grating in the same geometry of the fountain entered into this intermediate space that was the center of the pavilions.

The usage of Iran bath houses was for: the conversation, place for cutting hair and reading shahname stories. Good to know that There was place for upper social class, which is the shahneshin.

Main Parts Of Persian Bath house

Sarbineh

The first part is Sarbine, the dressing room, or Binet. the Sarbine that was generally built in an octagonal form and a dome roof, there were platforms covering mattresses and car, and people dressed in this space.

Generally, it was used to decorate the space from stone or tile, and in a domed roof the glass was named the home cup. With the removal of the goblets (which were generally spherical in Fig), the Binet temperature was proportional to the seasons and the Disinfection environment.

Miandar

Binet s connection with the warmth of the house was made through the “middle of the door”. It was a maze that was partly built using a small porch. so that Fred could walk in with the heat of the house, as well as the heat and heat accumulated in the heat of the house.

Usually the baths were used to the heat, the dampness, and the faint light falling from the ceiling, and the mist gave way to space. It was usually a limestone decoration, and the bathers could sit on a stone platform and bathe and were given massage.

Garmhkaneh

It was a place to cleanse the dirt and wash. It was usually made in the form of Eight corner or four ears, with thick walls covered in tar and covered with mortar. The roof was higher than the rest of the building, and the main arch was the house, which was lighted by lights and lighting. However, why not use candles or kerosene lamps to illuminate the interior of the interior can be attributed to potential breathing problems caused by them. This is why the use of goblets was used in the form of lenses to light up the buildings.

Khazyneh

In the heat of the house, there was hot water and cold water heating. In the Samruk – Kazyna floor, a metal plate in diameter stood between 60 and 110 cm, which was between the water and the fire.

Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse

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Sultan Amir Ahmad bathhouse is a unique example of Iranian baths is architecture and decoration. The evidence says that this bathhouse belongs to Seljuq dynasty but entrance of it is repaired in Qajar dynasty. 

Vakil Bath

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Vakil Bath is located in Shiraz and it used to be a public service building. Vakil Bath is a part of Zand Complex. Karimkhan zand, king of Zandye dynasty ordered to build such magnificent  complex. Lime works of this bath is really beautiful. Each of them are telling an old legends of Iran. 

Galeh-Dari Bath

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Galeh-Dari Bath,  was one of the most important centers among the people. It was built by a well – known businessman, SheikhAhmed Galeh Dari. this bathhouse dates back to the late 13th century, which is related to the Qajar dynasty. After completing the construction, he devoted it to the Galeh-Dari mosque. According to many locals of the town, Galeh-Dari Bath was very busy in ancient times and used to have a lot of people  using it, as one of the old inhabitants of the bathhouse locality in his diary said that  when it was in turn for women, and Bandar Abbas, with certain formalities from morning to afternoon, bathed in the bath.

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