زیر که به زبان لاتین است نوشتاری مختصر پیرامون گنجعلی خان لک حاکم کرمان
است. گنجعلی خان حاکم کرمان در قرن 17 میلادی بود که به فرمان شاه عباس
صفوی برای حکومت بر کرمان به این دیار گسیل شد. اکنون نیز چندین خاندان با
اسم فامیل "لک زاده" در شهر کرمان زندگی میکنند که خود را بازماندگان نژاد
گنجعلی خان لک می دانند.در ادامه به اصل مقاله که به زبان انگلیسی است توجه نمایید...
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Ganjali khan was a Safavid Governor of Kerman in the 17th century.
Who was Lak , and invited for being the Governer of Kerman by the order of the King (Shah Abbas).
During his reign on Kerman , a collection of buildings including a bathhouse , a water reservoir, a mosque , a bazaar , a theological school , a mint and a caravansary were built all centered on a larg square where in days bygone the large caravans ysed to come to ahalt.
Each and every building and the complex itself , all named after Ganjali Khan.
Hamam-e Ganjali Khan or the bathhouse belonged to Ganjali Khan, is the most interesting part of Ganjali Khan Complex for visitors.
It used to be a public bathhouse until three decades ago.
The Hammam or Ganjali Khan polc bathhouse was built right in the middl of Kerman Bazaar.
Its treasure includes various wall paintings and a fine collection of Irananian handmade glassware, woodworks and marbles.
The old Hammam has a very detailed and logical architecture specifically desigined for a poblic bathhouse.
it has various chambers each open to another one, in the form of a compelet circle, to save the halth.
The clever architected desigined the passages and the corridors curved to stop the outside cold weather to storm the bathhouse.
The principal doorway adorned with murals depicting animal scenes.Its demolished plaster works and paintings of Safavid era were restored in 1332 A.H.by man called Mirza Shokrollah who, inspired by Qajar paintings, could fainally manage the restoration.there is marble table at the enterance that peatically reveals the age of the building, which is 1020 A.H.
The staggered entrance gives acces to afirst chamber surrounded by six spacious apses.Close to a pool for first ablution , bathres could undress and have a rest. These narrow passages lead to a row of dome-covered halls, each to which sereved particular purposes such as massage, hot and cold baths, etc.
Hammam-e Ganjali Khan has recently been converted into an anthropology museum with true-to-life wax figures bringing back the memory of every day scense of the past.
today, the old Hamma assumed the form of an anthropological museum of waxed men performing various stages of there ablutions. Special locally made bars of soaps;wooden combs, shoes and other objects are also displayed.