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by Kazem Fathie
Encyclopedia of Persia. Published October 10th 2000 by Kazem Fathie.
Encyclopedia of Persia. Details (if other): Cancel. Hardcover, 245 pages. Encyclopedia of Persian Poets, Vol 1. ISBN. 9646373437 (ISBN13: 9789646373433).
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Companion Volumes to A History of Persian Literature: XVII Companion Volume I: The Literature of Pre-Islamic . 265 The Last Section of Astarabadi's Work. and Uncertainties in its Patronage 266. Mohammad Kazem Marvi's Portrait of Nader's Errors.
Anthologies: XIX Anthology I: A Selection of Persian Poems in English Translation XX Anthology II: A Selection of Persian Prose in English Translation. A history of persian literature. 267. The Long Twilight of Safavid Historiography 269.
The list is not comprehensive, but is continuously being expanded and includes Persian poets as well as poets who write in Persian from Iran, Azerbaijan, Iraq, Georgia, Dagestan, Turkey, Syria, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Leban.
The list is not comprehensive, but is continuously being expanded and includes Persian poets as well as poets who write in Persian from Iran, Azerbaijan, Iraq, Georgia, Dagestan, Turkey, Syria, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Lebanon, China, Pakistan, India and elsewhere. Mansur Al-Hallaj (منصور حلاج). Shahid Balkhi (ابوالحسن شهيدبن حسين جهودانکي بلخی). Abū-Sa'īd Abul-Khayr ابوسعید ابوالخیر. Abu-Mansur Daqiqi ابومنصور دقیقی.
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The list is not comprehensive, but is continuously being expanded and includes Persian writers and poets from Iran, Afghanistan,Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. Although a few authors in this list do not have their ethnic origin, nevertheless they have enriched Persian culture and civilization by their remarkable contributions to the rich Persian literature.
Hindu persian poets M. Aslam Khān into Persian as Adabiyāt-e fārsi dar miān-e hendovān, Tehran, 1992.
From the late 16th century Hindus contributed to the development of Indo-Persian literary culture in general, and to the output of Persian verse in particular. They made such a substantial and wide-ranging impact that Henry (Heinrich) Blochmann (. went so far as to claim that before the end of the 18th century the Hindus had almost become the Persian teachers of the Muhammadans (Abu’l-Fażl ʿAllāmī, pp. 377-78). The earliest surviving complete Persian verse works of Hindu origin date to the reigns of Jahāngir (. 1605-27) and Shah Jahān (1627-57). M.