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hahve Khane painting is influenced by Naghali (narration) due to the atmosphere of narrating religious and mythical narration stories. Examination of sound and illustration adaptation in this type of painting, considering the influence of Naghali on Ghahve Khane painting, is the subject of this research. Ghahve Khane painting is divided into three categories by content: “martial”, “religious”, and “lyrical”. Naghali is also divided into three categories in the Iranian dramatic arts based on the form of performance and its theme: “narration of Shāhnāma stories”, “narration of historical stories and myths”, and “narration of religious facts”. Considering the limited sources of Naghali, Shāhnāma stories and popular narrations, paintings with the same subject were chosen ,so similarities and differences of narration in painting and Naghali were explained. A special moment of the story is illustrated in Ghahve Khane paintings; a moment that the narrator’s voice is limited in ascending or descending interaction considering the sound graph. Four paintings of Hossein Gholer Aghasi with audio narration chart of Master Torabi were comparatively studied in this article. This research reveals that Ghahve Khane painters prefer to illustrate the picture in ascending or descending interaction (tragic stories) due to attraction of the picture and the moment transformation of stories that has a greater influence in comparison with the beginning, middle, and end of a story; the moment that is observable by the audio chart (sound graph).