عنوان مقاله [English]
In Mughal age, the cultural exchange between Iran and India increased because of particular political situations. Iranian garden was changed along with other cultural and artistic developments, through immigrating to India. These changes examined in three categories: different political and social conditions, Special geographical location and cultural context of India.
This Article surveys one of the factors of these changes: the effects of Indian’s gusto on Iranian gardening. It describes it by what name "ornamentation", through using library studies and field observations in an analytical – expository way. Moreover, indicates how this affect the evolution of Iranian gardens in India. Hence, first we express the word "Indian gusto" and its ornamentation and then represent some signs of Hindi taste for Iranian Garden. These changes categorized in four steps: Firstly, smaller decorative divisions in garden’s plan, second, decorating garden’s implant design with various decorative garden plants, third, Landscaping details and fourth, ornamental use of natural elements such as water and trees. The study shows this affecting, upon different aspects, on the garden without any structural or essential change in the fundamental system. As a cultural factor in outer layers, Hindi talent imports the structure of the decorative garden and discharges the Iranian Garden’s perspective through an epic aspect.