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Muhammad Iqbal. Contemporary Persian and Classical Persian are the same language, but writers since are classified as contemporary. At one time, Persian was a common cultural language of much of the non-Arabic Islamic world. Today it is the official language of Iran , Tajikistan and one of the two official languages of Afghanistan. Categories : Persian-language literature 10th-century births 11th-century deaths 11th-century writers 11th-century Persian poets Iranian Sufis 11th-century Iranian people.
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The Laments of Baba Taher
Look no further. Browse our FAQs or submit your query here. Shop on the Go Download the app and get exciting app only offers at your fingertips. Policy Info. Now let your imagination soar to the Beloved with every tune and sound. More than a thousand hearts have You laid waste, More than a thousand suffer grief for You, More than a thousand wounds of Yours I've counted, Yet the uncounted still are more than these. How long shall tears of blood thus blind my eyes? I am that sea now gathered in a tear. I am that universe now centered here. I am that book of destiny which seems To form a lonely dot of hope and fear.
Whether I cling, whether I part- You know. Whether I break or keep my heart - You know.
Whether I crown my head or drown my eyes, You know my goal from end to start - You know. I find my ill in You, my cure in You. I part from You and then endure in You. If knives would cut my tissues each from each, My naked soul is e'er secure in You. Mystic, Saint and Poet Baba Taher Hamadani is known as one of the most revered and respectable early poets in Persian literature. Most of his life is clouded in mystery. He probably lived in Hamadan, the capital city of the Hamedan Province in Iran.
Living in the first half of the 11th century A.
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Baba Taher was one of the great gnostics of Yaristan to which the gnostics dynesty of Kurdistan such as Eyn-ol-Quzat Hamadani, also a gnostic, belonged. He was known by the name of Baba Taher-e Oryan The Naked , which suggests that he may have been a wandering dervish, a qalander. He was a "crazy saint" madzhub , a dervish, or religiously inspired beggar, in bewildered condition he roamed the streets of Hamadan, the especially protected of God and the Prophet, the prefix Baba indicating the dervish, or kalandar condition, rather than prominence among the Sufi sect.
Legend tells that the poet, an illiterate woodcutter, attended lectures at a religious school, where he was ridiculed by the scholars and students because of his lack of education and sophistication. After experiencing a vision in which philosophic truths were revealed to him, he returned to the school and spoke of what he had seen, astounding those present by his wisdom.