GALATA MEVLEVI DERVISH LODGE (MEVLEVIHANE) – Chapter 2
In nineteenth century, the season of Sultan Mahmud II and Sultan Abdulmecid, the rebuilding of that interesting development was finished.
THE PARTS OF THAT MUSEUM
It incorporates a wide range of parts and each part underlines the centrality of that important exhibition hall.
It is situated on the Galipdede Street. The passageway segment of that wooden part incorporates an engraving having a place with Sultan Abdulmecid. Reflecting one of the best examples of Baroque Style in eighteenth century, the structure is octagon arranged. Turkish music instruments and another works having a place with the way of life of spinning dervish (mevlevi) are exhibitedwithin that segment. Additionally on the upper part, there are put the couches of writers and numerous different compositions having a place with Mevlevi craftsmen, for example, Sheik Galip, Ismail Ankaravi, EsrarDede, FasihDede and incredible artist Leyla Hanım. Additionaly, the rooms of Sheikhs and HunkarMahfeli (Sultan’s social occasion place) are found here.
They are put on the ground floor of the gallery. Inside those rooms it is seen that there comprises of religion stuffs like keskülüfukara, mutteka, nefir and tacıserif and Mevlevi garments.
Found on the upper floor, that part surrogates the gallery from three sides. The presentation of celebrated craftsman Mustafa Düzgünman, marbling workmanship, calligraphy, Hilye-I Serif Panels, ÇelebiMahfili, Sultan Mahfili, music instruments are shown here.
Particularly there is additionally discovered EcnebilerMahfili which is a place sorted out Sema Ceremonies.
Worked by Halet Said Efendi, that structure is situated on the upper floor of Muvakkithane. That intriguing library pulls in the general population thank to including 3455 sort of books.
There are discovered numerous different graves having a place with dervishes, renowned artists like acclaimed author Vardakoska Seyyid Ahmed Aga, Nayi Osman Dede and Tepedenli Ali Pasha. Particularly, it is imperative that the wayfarer of first printing press, Ibrahim Müteferrika was burried here.