This painting narrates the old bazaar and architecture, in one corner of which, a coppersmith and a watermelon seller and a camel rider are depicted with the people who going and coming. Dimension, volume and angle are considered in the style of this work.
This painting depicts the old bazaar and daily life, and its dimension, volume, and angle are included in it. This painting depicts a man selling clothes and a buyer and his wife and child, a man selling apples, a watermelon seller, and his apprentice in the other shops. In the other corner of the painting, there is a water seller man (Saqa). This occupation was common in the past. On the left side of the painting, there is a man standing and carrying some bread.
This painting depicts one of the memories of childhood diary, reflecting that in the past there was no tap water and with great difficulty people would heat the water and thereby wash their heads and bodies in an iron or copper pan and were bathed by a younger mother and brother.
The theme of the painting of the milk seller is the story of orphans and the poor who sit next to the milk seller and ask him for some milk. In this design, a shepherd and a porter are standing next to him, showing the facade of stone walls and wooden doors and stained glass and old architecture.