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    Nasir Khusraw,Naserkhosro

    ناصرخسرو ، ابومعین حمیدالدین ناصربن خسرو قبادیانی


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    Naser Khosrau was a Persian poet, philosopher, Ismaili scholar, traveler and one of the greatest writers in Persian literature. He was born in Ghobadian, a village in middle-age Bactria in eastern Iranian province of Khorasan, now present-day in modern Tajikistan and died in Yamagan, Central Asia (now in Afghanistan). He is considered as one of the great poets and writers in Persian literature, the Safarnameh, an account of his travels, being his most famous work. His other works are:-Divan-e Naser Khosrau: A collection of his poetries-Goshayesh va Rahayesh (Opening and Liberation) The work discusses creation, questions related to the soul, epistemology, creation and Ismaili Islamic doctrines. -Ajayeb al Hesab & Arayeb al Hesab: A book on cKhosrau was a Persian poet, philosopher, Ismaili scholar, traveler and one of the greatest writers in Persian literature. He was born in Ghobadian, a village in middle-age Bactria in eastern Iranian province of Khorasan, now present-day in modern Tajikistan and died in Yamagan, Central Asia (now in Afghanistan). He is considered as one of the great poets and writers in Persian literature, the Safarnameh, an account of his travels, being his most famous work. His other works are:-Divan-e Naser Khosrau: A collection of his poetries-Goshayesh va Rahayesh (Opening and Liberation) The work discusses creation, questions related to the soul, epistemology, creation and Ismaili Islamic doctrines. -Ajayeb al Hesab & Arayeb al Hesab: A book on calculus

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