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hundred love songs of Kamal ad-Din of Isfahan

by Kml ul-Dn Ism"l, Isfahn called Khallak ul-Ma"n.

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Published by Scribner in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Persian language -- Texts and translations

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    Statementnow first translated from the Persian by Louis H. Gray and done into English verse by Ethel Watts Mumford.
    ContributionsGray, Louis H. 1875-1955., Mumford, Ethel Watts
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 p.
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23305602M

    According to the account (sourced to Wikipedia, such as it is) of Saladin house historian Imad ad-Din al-Isfahani, an eyewitness to the event, Saladin invited the king [Guy] to sit beside him, and when Arnat [Raynald] entered in his turn, he seated him next to his king and reminded him of his misdeeds. Lahore (لاہور, لہور) is the capital city of the Pakistani province of Punjab, and is the country’s second-most populous city after Karachi. relations.

    This book contains a brief yet documented narrative of an incident that took place in Kerbala’, Iraq, in 61 A.H. (A fter H ijra, or Hegira)/ A.D. It has stamped the history of the Muslim nation ever since, and it will continue to do so till the reappearance of the Awaited One, the Mahdi from among the offspring of Prophet Muhammed (ﺹ). Mohammad Hoqouqi (May 3, – J ) was an Iranian poet and critic. He was born in Isfahan and after graduating in Iranian Literature he taught for a number of years in both Isfahan and Tehran. He published a literary magazine “Jonge Isfahan” for a number of years and has left many collections of his own poetry.

    In the last four centuries lines from Hafez’s Divan were incorporated in popular ballads (tasnifs) which are simple love-songs {B} They have become uniquely important in both tasnif and avaz (vocal section of a musical mode) parts of traditional Persian music, more often . Born at Isfahan in /, ‘Imad al-Din Muhammad ibn Muhammad al-Katib al-Isfahani was a member of a distinguished family that had also produced another famous katib, his uncle Al-‘Aziz. ‘Imad al-Din spent his youth in his native town and at Kashan, and then studied fiqh in Baghdad. He also journeyed to a variety of places, including Mosul.


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,Louis H. (Louis Herbert) Gray,Ethel Watts Mumford Grant available from Rakuten Kobo. Kamal ad-Din (Arabic: كمال‌ الدين ‎, Kamāl ad-Dīn) is a male Muslim given name or surname (laqab in Arabic), meaning "perfection of the religion" in Arabic.

The name is formed from the elements kamāl (كمال‌), al-(الـ), and dīn (دين).It is often transliterated as Kamāl al-Dīn, but because the letter dāl (د, d) is a sun letter, the lām (ل, l) of al-assimilates.

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Zengi and Nur-ad-Din had had such charges levelled against them. It may be that Saladin’s strict observance of orthodox Sunnite Islam was in part caused by the wish to emulate the dour and extreme religiosity of Nur-ad-Din.

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