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Cultural Celebrities of Islam and Iran



Azad Belgerami

Mirgholam Ali ibn Nuh Hosseini Vaseti, writing under the pen name Azad (1116-1200 AH), was the Persian speaking historian, mystic, and poet of India of whom many works are left in Persian, Arabic, Urdu, both in poetry and prose. He is the author of Sanad al-Sa’adat, Rawdhat al-Awliya, Shajara Tayyebah, Ghizlan al-Hend, Ma’ather al-Keram, Sarv-e Azad, Khazaneh Amereh, and Divan-e Ash’ar-e Azad.

Banu Amajur

Abul-Qasem Abdullah bin Amajur Turki and his son, Abul-Hassan Ali, are famous astronomers of the 2nd and 3rd centuries AH. They measured equinoxes of 1 degree in 100 years. They also observed the sun and found its orbital characteristics. They made an effort to rectify the Ethiopian charts on the basis of new data.

Lame’i Gorgani

Abul-Hassan bin Mohammad aka Lame’i was the Iranian Persian speaking poet of mid 5th century AH. He made excessive use of Arabic words and structures, for which he was famous among the Arabs of Damascus and Baghdad. Many poets of his time also followed him in style. To him belongs Divan of Lame’i.

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