عنوان مقاله [English]
Nature displays profound preference for certain specific ratios to design her life-forms. These are geometric relationships that are transcendent and originated from Sacred Geometry. The view that geometry had a ritual origin is a part of a wider view that civilization itself had a ritual origin, and therefore the history of utilization of Sacred Geometry by man goes back to many centuries ago. In the traditional world, geometry was inseparable from the other sciences of the Pythagorean Quadrivium, namely arithmetic (numbers), music and astronomy. Architecture itself has always had a sacred meaning to all traditional civilizations through millennia, by which means man has tried to provide for himself a manifestation of heavens. Persian architecture always emphasised on Beauty, and by means of Sacred Geometry Persians measured the proportions of heaven and reflected them in the dimensions of buildings on the earth. In this paper, we endeavor to analyze these relations in nature and buildings.