The Beauty of Traditional Iranian Architecture

Photographer Ramin Rahmani Nejad captured the beauty of colors and unique architectural features of the majestic Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, also known as the “Pink Mosque.” Located in Shiraz, Iran, the Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque is one of the few mosques in the world that is designed with stained glass windows. Adorned with painted geometric tiles on its arches and ceilings along with the high use of pink tile, the sacred building is an exquisite representation of Iranian architecture, history, and beauty. 

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Ya Allah, mudahkanlah kebahagiaanku terletak pada hal-hal yang sederhana. Mudahkanlah hatiku mencintai pada hal-hal yang sederhana. Jadikanlah kesederhanaan sebagai salah satu alasanku bila nanti jatuh cinta. Aamiin.
—  Kurniawan Gunadi


Can you imagine at the time of your death being comforted by the angels sent down by Allah merely to bring you good news, telling you to be happy, that you are guaranteed jannah, congratulating you for all your hard work back in dunya. MashaAllah. Can there really be anything better than that?

Let that sink in for a second.