The name of the period derives from the tulip craze among the Ottoman court society. Cultivating this culturally ambiguous emblem had become a celebrated practice. The Tulip Period illustrated the conflicts brought by early modern consumer culture and was a shared material symbolism. During this period the elite and high-class society of the Ottoman Period had established an immense fondness for the tulip, which were utilized in various occasions.
Tulip era A new phase. Changed the whole nation’s psychology State was free spending. party, party, party, theme. Pasha sponsored innovations. Women to women relation literature becomes a theme. Before only men-to-men. Time of non-Ottoman, non-Islamic sources of inspiration. time of artistic experimentation. Ottoman printing press ( 1720s). training of Ottoman ambassadors ( for the first time). Embassies widened relations. Ibrahim Pasha opened medrese for instruction in Persian language