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The other characteristic of these verses is their use of what was probably the local dialect of the period, though in course of time so many corruptions have crept in through the ignorance or carelessness of copyists that it is impossible to be certain what the original form was. Short dialect verses of the kind attributed to him have been composed by a number of well-known poets and many lesser ones. When Heron-Allen produced his edition in no more than some eighty quatrains were known. Nevertheless there is a certain consistency of feeling, even in the larger number, that encourages one to think that they could all have emanated from the same mind. The qualities that strike one most forcibly are simplicity, sincerity, humility; indeed the straightforward nature of his verse, unencumbered by intellectual conceits and artifices, could scarcely have found a better medium than the dialect quatrain, redolent of the windblown deserts, the towering mountains, the isolated valleys, the austere life of the nomad.

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The other characteristic of these verses is their use of what was probably the local dialect of the period, though in course of time so many corruptions have crept in through the ignorance or carelessness of copyists that it is impossible to be certain what the original form was. Short dialect verses of the kind attributed to him have been composed by a number of well-known poets and many lesser ones.

When Heron-Allen produced his edition in no more than some eighty quatrains were known. Nevertheless there is a certain consistency of feeling, even in the larger number, that encourages one to think that they could all have emanated from the same mind. The qualities that strike one most forcibly are simplicity, sincerity, humility; indeed the straightforward nature of his verse, unencumbered by intellectual conceits and artifices, could scarcely have found a better medium than the dialect quatrain, redolent of the windblown deserts, the towering mountains, the isolated valleys, the austere life of the nomad.

He is the humble, self-effacing wandering dervish, pouring out with earnestness and passion his love of God, whom he sees everywhere around him. He could be described as the first great poet of Sufi love in Persian literature. It should be said, however, that figures like this are open to various interpretations; they could mean, for instance, the eight heavens, the four elements, and so on.

Many stories are told of his miracles and magical powers. Bibliography: R. Browne, Lit. Persia I, pp. Modi, Bombay, , pp. Minorsky, in EI2 I, pp. Pagliaro and A. Bausani, Storia della letteratura persiana, Milan, , pp. Rypka, Hist. III, Fasc.

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Baba Taher

For centuries, Iran has been home to some of the most influential and inspiring poets in the world. The history of Persian literature dates back to over two-and-a-half millennia. So, the impact of Iranian poets on the literature of both the East and the West is undeniable. Persian poesies cover many themes related to love, divine mysticism and life. They can inspire everyone from any culture.

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Little is known of his life. He was born and lived in Hamadan [4] Province in Iran. He was known by the name of Baba Taher-e Oryan The Naked , which suggests that he may have been a wandering dervish. Legend tells that the poet, an illiterate woodcutter, attended lectures at a religious school, where he was not welcomed by his fellow-students. The dates of his birth and death are unknown. One source indicates that he died in If this is accurate, it would make Baba Tahir a contemporary of Ferdowsi and Avicenna and an immediate precursor of Omar Khayyam.

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Baba Taher? He produced all his poems in local dialects and this is the reason people are highly engaged with his poems. According to L. P Sutton he has probably mentioned all his words, including Most traditional sources in Luri dialect, while the name commonly applied from an early date to verses of this kind Fahlaviyat. Unfortunately little is known of his life and all we know is about he was born in a Kurdish-Luri family and lived in Hamedan.

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