Falaki Shirvani

Abu Nizam Muhammad Falaki Shirvani (1107 in Shamakhi – 1157 in Shamakhi) was a Persian[1][2] poet from Shirvan (today in Azerbaijan). His contemporary and rival was the famous Khaqani Shirvani.

Nizami adına Ədəbiyyat Muzeyinin binasının pəncərəsində Fələki Şirvani rəsmi (1).JPG

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Habibuddin Ahmed , "The Writings of Amir Khusrau: 700 Years After the Prophet: A 13th-14th Century Legend of Indian-Sub-Continent", Islamic Thought and Science Institute, 2007. pg 36: "Falaki of Shirvan was a Persian poet contemporary to Khaqani. poet of the 12th century."
  2. ^ François de Blois. Falakī Šarvānī Abu’l-Neẓām Moḥammad, Encyclopaedia Iranica

SourcesEdit

  • Blois, Francois de (2004). Persian Literature - A Bio-Bibliographical Survey: Poetry of the Pre-Mongol Period (Volume V). Routledge. ISBN 978-0947593476.
  • E.G. Browne. Literary History of Persia. (Four volumes, 2,256 pages, and twenty-five years in the writing). 1998. ISBN 0-7007-0406-X
  • Lornejad, Siavash; Doostzadeh, Ali (2012). Arakelova, Victoria; Asatrian, Garnik (eds.). On the modern politicization of the Persian poet Nezami Ganjavi (PDF). Caucasian Centre for Iranian Studies.
  • Rypka, Jan (1968). History of Iranian Literature. Springer Netherlands. ISBN 978-9401034814.