Nizami : The Haft Paikar
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Probstain & Co, London
Royal Mughal Ref:
NIZAMI was born about 1141 at Ganja (Elizabethpol) in the old province of Arran. To this place his father, a Sunni had come to live from the District of Tashrish, a Dependency of Qum in Jibal led probably by the sends which prevailed between the Shiahs and Sunnis in the District.
His rigid asceticism is attested by, at least all Persian writer, and by his own words notably, in the Sikandar Nama and the Haft Parkar. In the former he says that by wine, to which he repeatedly alludes, he means the rapture of the Knowledge and love of God, and protest vehemently that he never tasted wine in his life.
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