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Sangab is a large, stone container placed in the courtyard and at the entrance to sacred and public places and used to relieve thirst. Stone-crushing peaked in the Safavid period and is closely linked to Shiite thinking and the sanctity of water among Iranians. The rise of the Safavid state changed the social and cultural structure of Iran, during which the political and religious worldview of Iran changed dramatically, and the national government was formed on the basis of Shiite ideas that formed national-religious art. Many ancient Iranian symbols were reused on the basis of new thought. The motifs and decorations of the Safavid era were inspired by such thinking. The present study is based on field and library data collection and using a descriptive-analytic method that introduces the position of water in Iranian culture and introduces the Imamzadeh Shah Seyed Ali Isfahan and tries to investigate Its motifs and their origins are in concept and structure in Iranian art. The results show that no research has been done on this squirrel so far.