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    الهی اردبیلی


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    Elahi Ardabili Born Died Occupation Known for
    870
    940
    Author and scholar
    Religious teachings and translations

    Elahi Ardabili (870-940 CE) was an Iranian author and scholar.

    Early life and education

    Elahi was born in Hegira, Ardabil. After completing his preliminary education, he moved to Shiraz and Khorasan with the help of Soltan Heydar Savafi and completed his education in the presence of the great scholars of his era, Jalaladdin Davani and Amir Ghiasaddin Shirazi.

    He spent some years in Harat with Amir Ali Shir Navaei and Prince Gharib Mirza Valad Soltan Mirza. After Prince Gharib''s death in 902 CE, Elahi returned to Azerbaijan. In Ardabil he began teaching Islamic science and teachings and died in 940 CE in Hegira, Ardabil.

    Career highlights

    He was the first scholar in the history of Iran to put into writing the religious laws of Shia Muslims in the Persian language. He is the author of more than 30 books in Turkish, Arabic and Persian. He has written interpretations of the Qur''an in Persian and Arabic.

    Persondata
    Name Elahi Ardabili
    Alternative names
    Short description Scholar
    Date of birth 870
    Place of birth Hegira, Ardabil, Iran
    Date of death 940
    Place of death

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