Coffee table book: the historical of Masjid Kampung Hulu Melaka / Norrazin Nor Rashid

Nor Rashid, Norrazin (2017) Coffee table book: the historical of Masjid Kampung Hulu Melaka / Norrazin Nor Rashid. Degree thesis, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Melaka.


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The development of mosques in Melaka has been around since the beginning of the 14th century again before Melaka officially opened in 1403M. Expansion of the mosque is seen to occur in tandem with the expansion of Islam in Melaka as a function of the mosque that serves as the center of the spread of Islam. As soon as the official Melaka as a Muslim nation, the ruler had to erect a mosque near the Palace to enable people to meet with the King at the time of prayers. The mosque is located on a hill in the southern part of the city state of Melaka near the sultan's Palace and is official at the time of the mosque. Most of those who settled in the area near the mosque consists of high class.

The purpose of the development of the mosque is to use locals to carry out claim ukhrawi. Apart from the mosque erected not only the focus of worship local communities even also a transit point for Islamic traders and merchants who came to trade in Melaka. On the basis of faith and thicken the ruling provides traders and members of the religious houses and mosques for their stay and perform the worship. At the early stages of the development of mosques in Melaka, there were no rules and guidelines for the systematic plan. Normally a mosque constructed according to the design of the building houses the Malay speaker around that time. Development of the mosque with the identity of the Nusantara this happens through early relationships between Chinese and
Melaka under the auspices of the Annals formed the cultural exchanges when your first visit Annals to China be rewarded with gift through grace of craftsmen skilled in the field of Chinese craftsmanship. Consequently, the construction of mosques in Melaka developed with the help of craftsmen and artisans from China, then builds the mosque as a result which has distinctive features called Melaka style, especially in the form of the roof of meru. Locate and design influence from China reflected widespread again upon the happening of the marriage between Sultan Muzaffar Syah and Princess Hang Li Po.


Item Type: Thesis (Degree)
Nor Rashid, Norrazin
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > Mosques > Malaysia > Melaka
N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general > History of the arts
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Melaka > Alor Gajah Campus > Faculty of Art and Design
Item ID: 21833
Uncontrolled Keywords: Coffee table book; Mosque; Historical; Melaka


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