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early Persian poets of India (A.H. 421-670).

Iqbal Husain

early Persian poets of India (A.H. 421-670).

by Iqbal Husain

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Published by Patna University in Patna .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Persian poetry -- India -- History and criticism.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPK6416 .H8
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 234 p.
      Number of Pages234
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5814023M
      LC Control Number60059048

      Remembrances, by acclaimed poet Mir Muhammad Taqi Mir, is a remarkable example of Indo-Persian autobiography, offering a vivid picture of political events and intrigues from to The Persian text in the Naskh script, including a series of jokes and anecdotes printed here for the first time, accompanies a newly revised English translation. Dr. Solati has surveyed the whole gamut of Persian poetry from the classical to the modern, examining some volumes of work, from which he has extracted the ‘proverbs’ and sayings which have entered most frequently common usage. Persian poets have been indexed in this fashion. Apart from the preliminary pages, the book is divided into.

        A Hindu author, Lakšmi Narayān Šafiq (d. ), composed two important biographical anthologies of poets: Gol-e raʿnā, dealing with the poets of Indian origin writing in Persian, and Šām-e ḡaribān, about poets of Persian origin who had settled in India.   The German essayist and philosopher Nietzsche was the author of the book Thus Spoke Zarathustra (–), referring to the ancient Persian prophet Zoroaster (circa BCE). A selection from Ferdowsi’s Shahnameh (–) was published in by James Atkinson, a physician employed by the British East India Company.

        Ferdowsi is a famous Persian poet and the author of Shahnameh (Book of Kings), the national epic of the Greater Persia, which consists of the partly mythological, pre-Islamic history of the Persian kings, from the first man to the last Sasanian king in the mid-7th century AD. Language: English. Brand new Book. HAZRAT INAYAT KHAN was himself a poet and musician, uniquely qualified to talk about Sufi poetry from both an artistic and spiritual perspective. This slim book, simply entitled, Sufi Poetry, is a collection of talks by the master on the Persian Sufi poets and the mystical connection between poetry and prophecy.


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Early Persian poets of India (A.H. 421-670) by Iqbal Husain Download PDF EPUB FB2

Religion, Fate, & Love in Persian Poetry. In CE, the Sassanian Empire – which began the process of committing the oral tradition to writing - fell to the invading Muslim Arabs who destroyed many literary works as part of their efforts in subjugating the people.

By the time of the Abbasid Caliphate ( CE), however, Persian culture, language, customs, and literature had not only Author: Joshua J. Mark. Perhaps the most popular Persian poet of the 19th and early 20th centuries was Omar Khayyam (–), whose Rubaiyat was freely translated by Edward Fitzgerald in Khayyam is esteemed more as a scientist than a poet in his native Persia, but in Fitzgerald's rendering, he became one of the most quoted poets in English.

Village Life in Kashmir, c. by Mir Kalan Khan. London-British Library (Ms Add Or 3) The early twentieth-century invention of sabk or style as a way to periodize the Persian language has been one of the most consequential and enduring trends of Persian literary history.

The study of style has posited the simplistic notion that Persian literary production may be periodized into four self. Persian literature - Wikipedia. Persian literature - Persian literature - Classical poetry: The classical Persian poets and theoreticians saw the aim of their art primarily as the continuation of Arabic poetry in another language.

For them, poems that were not written according to the rules of Arabic prosody did not count as serious poetry. It is difficult to assess in detail what has survived from pre-Islamic Iranian poetry.

Women poets and authors have been producing important literary works in Persian for centuries. Medieval works by women covered themes ranging from love and humor to rebellion and sorrow, often expressed in a more intimate and personalized manner than poetry written by their male counterparts.

Today, works by women authors almost equals those of men, often outselling those by men in the. Often referred to as the father of modern Persian poetry, the ninth-century Persian poet Abū ‘Abdallāh Rūdakī (–ca.

) is regarded as the first great literary genius of modern Persian and the founder of Persian classical literature. His name is based on his place of birth, the town of Rudak in Tajikistan. Back of the Book. Amir Khusrau, one of the greatest poets of medieval India, helped forge a distinctive synthesis of Muslim and Hindu cultures.

Written in Persian and Hindavi, his. At the same time that early Mughal Persian literary culture was being characterized by the cosmopolitan make-up of its participants, there also existed an underlying tension between émigré poets from Iran and those of Indian origin, exemplified by two major poets in the court of the emperor Akbar (r.

): ‘Urfi Shirazi and the Indian. - Buy Early Persian Poetry at the Indian Frontier: Masud Sad Salman of Lahore book online at best prices in India on Read Early Persian Poetry at the Indian Frontier: Masud Sad Salman of Lahore book reviews & author details and more at Author: Sunil Sharma.

About the Book. Unification with Divinity through selfless love and devotion is the basic doctrine of Sufism.

Though Sufism originated in Central Asia, yet its concepts and practi. Literature in Medieval Period. In the early medieval period in northern India, Sanskrit continued to be the language of literature. This is the period of the works of two writers in Kashmir-Somadeva’s Katha-sarit –sagar and Kalhana’s ringini is a work of great importance as this is first historical work in India.

The Shahnameh (Persian: شاهنامه ‎, romanized: Šāhnāme pronounced [ʃɒːhnɒːˈme]; lit. ' 'The Book of Kings'') is a long epic poem written by the Persian poet Ferdowsi between c.

and CE and is the national epic of Greater ting of s "distichs" or couplets (two-line verses), the Shahnameh is one of the world's longest epic poems. Ancient Indian poets have entailed several grades of minuscule details of their imagination and environments.

Here we are giving discussing the important Poets in Ancient Indian History which will be useful for UPSC civil services examination. Famous court poets of India. People in India also continued to write about many other topics in Persian for several more centuries, but, Sharma suggests, after the midth century, the nexus of Persian literature once again.

Saeb (born ), the greatest literary figure of the seventeenth century, is considered by some to be the best Persian poet after Jami. In early life he spent some time in India as court poet to the Moghul emperor Shah Jahan, and returned to Iran to become poet laureate to Shah Abbas II.

Indian poetry has a long and rich history dating back to ancient times. Due to the diverse nature of India, Indian poetry has been written in numerous languages including Sanskrit, Hindi, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali and Urdu; as well as in foreign languages like Persian and English.

5th century Indian poet Kalidasa is regarded as one of the greatest poets of all time and he has had. Mohammad Mirkiani’s book of ancient Persian stories published in Turkish some are those stories that have been written by the writers and poets of classical Persian literature, it stated.

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.

Shibli‘s view that the Persian poetry came to India with Babur is not true (Siddiqui: 95). Although it is true that many Iranian poets came to India during the reign of Babur and Akbar but the Persian poetry of Mas‘ood Sa‘ad Salman and Hazrat Amir Khusraw already existed in India.

The early twentieth-century invention of sabk or style as a way to periodize the Persian language has been one of the most consequential and enduring trends of Persian literary history. The study of style has posited the simplistic notion that Persian literary production may be periodized into four self-contained and regionally-identified entities: the Khorasani, ‘Eraqi (Iraqi), Hendi.Middle Period: the rise of Persian and Turkish poetry The new Persian style.

During the ʿAbbāsid period the Persian influence upon Arabic literature had grown considerably. At the same time, a distinct Modern Persian literature came into existence in northeastern Iran, where the house of the Sāmānids of Bukhara and Samarkand had revived the memory of Sāsānian glories.

But as Dick Davis reminds us in his book’s page introduction, until recently women in that part of the world were considered strictly amateur, not professional, poets.