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Amir Khusrau

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Amir Khusrau discipulos docet. Miniatura in manuscripto Majlis al-Ushshaq ab Husayn Bayqarah facto.
Alexander Platonem hominem sapientem salutat. In Khamsa Amir Khusrau.

Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrau? (natus Patiyali in urbe Sultanatus Delliensis anno 1253l; mortuus Dellii in Sultanatu Delliensi mense Octobre anno 1325) (Persice ابوالحسن یمین الدین خسرو, Nastaliq ابوالحسن یمین‌الدین خسرو), late Amīr Khusrau Dehlavī et Amīr Khusrau? tantum appellatus, fuit musicus, poeta, eruditus Sufiensis ex Asia Meridiana ortus. Partes maximi momenti in historia culturalis subcontinentis Indicae egit. Mysticismum profitebatur, discipulus spiritualis cuiusdam Nizamuddin Auliya Delliensis. Poemata plerumque Persice componebat, sed etiam Hindavice. Ḳhāliq Bārī, vocabularium versibus nomina Arabica, Persica, Hindavica colligens, ei saepe tribuitur.[1] Khusrau aliquando vox Indiae (Tuti-e-Hind) appellatur, pater litterarum Urduicarum aestimatus.[2][3][4][5]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Rashid, Omar (23 Iulii 2012). "Chasing Khusro". Chennai, India: TheHindu .
  2. "Amīr Khosrow - Indian poet" .
  3. Jaswant Lal Mehta (1980). Advanced Study in the History of Medieval India. 1. Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd. p. 10. ISBN 9788120706170 
  4. Bakshi, Shiri Ram; Mittra, Sangh (2002). HazartNizam-Ud-Din Auliya and Hazrat Khwaja Muinuddin Chisti. Criterion .
  5. Bhattacharya, Vivek Ranjan (1982). FamousIndian sages: their immortal messages. Sagar Publications .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Browne, E. G. 1998. Literary History of Persia. 4 vol. ISBN 0-7007-0406-X.
  • Chopra, R. M. 2013. "The Rise, Growth And Decline of Indo-Persian Literature." Ed. 2a. Kolkata: Iran Culture House New Delhi and Iran Society.
  • Chopra, R. M. 2014. "Great Poets of Classical Persian." Kolkata: Sparrow Publication. ISBN 978-81-89140-75-5.
  • Habib, Muhammad, interpres. 1931. The Khaza'inul Futuh (Treasures of Victory) of Hazarat Amir Khusrau of Delhi. Aligarh Muslim University.
  • Losensky, Paul, et Sunil Sharma. 2011. In the Bazaar of Love: Selected Poetry of Amir Khusrau. Dellii: Penguin.
  • Rypka, Jan. History of Iranian Literature. Reidel Publishing Company. ASIN B-000-6BXVT-K.
  • Sharma, Sunil. 2005. Amir Khusraw: Poets of Sultans and Sufis. Oxoniae: Oneworld Press.

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