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Poetry

At ShopiPersia we have a unique collection of Persian Poetry Books. We Ship to Worldwide and offer Free shipping to Europe.

  • Zemzemeh-ye Jan : Sharh-e Masnavi Manavi by Rumi 3 Vols

    Zemzemeh-ye Jan: Sharh-e Masnavi Manavi by Rumi 4 Vols

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    In this book, an attempt has been made to give a description of each bit as simply and clearly as possible. So that the reader can get a glimpse of the meaning and content of the bit.

  • The Shahnama of Shah Tahmasp "Khamseh" by Nizami Ganjavi

    Khamseh Shah Tahmasebi by Nizami Ganjavi

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    The book Khamseh Nezami Shah Tahmasebi by Shah Mahmoud Neyshabouri (Zarrin Qalam) is the best royal calligraphy of Shah Tahmasb Safavid, which was arranged by Iranian calligraphy and painting masters such as Mirk Isfahani, Mirza Ali, Mishid Ali, Mozaffar Ali and Mohammad Zaman. It has become one of the most exquisite manuscript books in Iran, such as Shah Tahmasebi’s Shahnameh.

  • Vis and Rāmin Book by Fakhruddin As'ad Gurgani

    Vis and Rāmin Book by Fakhruddin As’ad Gurgani

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    Vis and Rāmin is a classical Persian love story. The epic was composed in poetry by Fakhruddin As’ad Gurgani in the 11th century. Gorgani claimed a Sassanid origin for the story, but it is now regarded as of Parthian dynastic origin, probably from the 1st century AD.

  • Luxury Shahnameh: The Persian Book of Kings (Farsi)

    Luxury Shahnameh: The Persian Book of Kings (Farsi)

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    This book Shahnameh is one of the most luxurious books of Shahnameh that has been published so far. The cover of this book is artificial leather. This book is placed in a beautiful frame and has several pictures of Iranian paintings

  • The Queen of Shadows by Ahmad Shamlou

    The Queen of Shadows by Ahmad Shamlou

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    Ahmad Shamlu (1925-2000) is considered to be one of Iran’s greatest poets and one of the most influential literary figures of the 20th century. Once upon a time, under this blue sky, there were brothers and sisters who lived well and happily together. For days, the brother would go to work and earn money, and the sister would stay at home and take care of the housework …

  • Panj Ketab az Shaer by Shahyar Ghanbari 5 Vols

    Panj Ketab az Shaer by Shahyar Ghanbari 5 Vols

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    This collection contains of following books: Darya Dar Man, Lionardeh Shahriyar, Goftan Barayeh Ziba Shodan, Benevis Saateh Paknevis & Derakhteh Bi Zamin.

  • Rozeh al-Anvar by Khwaju Kermani

    Rozeh al-Anvar by Khwaju Kermani

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    The book “Rozeh al-Anvar” by Khwaju Kermani in the script of Ali Al-Katib (Mir Ali Heravi) and the manuscript by Alireza Hasheminejad were published by the Institute for the Compilation, Translation and Publication of Text Works of Art, affiliated to the Academy of Arts.

  • Divan of Rashid al-Din Vatvat

    Divan of Rashid al-Din Vatvat

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    Divan of Rashid al-Din Vatvat by Saeed Nafisi is the only edition of the poet’s divan. Saeed Nafisi’s correction, despite its many merits, especially in terms of its comprehensiveness and collection of most of the poems attributed to Rashid al-Din Vatvat, has not been spared from slipping and error.

  • Omens of Hafez - Fal-e Hafez (Persian - English)

    Omens of Hafez – Fal-e Hafez (Persian – English)

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    Fal-e Hafez has long had a special place and status among Iranians and based on tradition, Iranian people open and read the Divan of Hafez in various ceremonies such as Eid Nowruz or Yalda night and fortune-telling with it. This is done by family elders or people who are familiar with Hafez’s lyric poems and have the ability to interpret the poems. The three-volume collection of Fal Hafez, which includes the books of Fal Hafez (1), Fal Hafez (2) and Fal Hafez (3), and all three are presented in a special frame. Each volume contains of 54 of lyric poems from Hafez’s Divan is a card that has been presented with the interpretation of Dr. Nizamuddin Nouri’s orthography and the calligraphy of Master Abbas Akhvin and the paintings of Master Mahmoud Farshchian. Volume (1) also has an English translation.

  • Persian Love Poetry by Vesta Sarkhosh Curtis

    Persian Love Poetry by Vesta Sarkhosh Curtis

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    The present collection contains poems by valuable Iranian poets. Each page of this collection contains a poem by a poet along with a brief introduction of that poet. The poem and introduction are included with the English translation. Also on the next page of each poem are pictures of ancient works from the treasures of the British Museum. The names of some of these poets are: Rabia, Ferdowsi, Babataher Eryan, Khayyam, Introduction to Neyshabouri, Anwari, Nezami Ganjavi, Mahasti Ganjavi, Maulana Jalaluddin Balkhi, Hafez, and Forough Farrokhzad.

  • Ayeneh dar Ayeneh by Hushang Ebtehaj

    Ayeneh dar Ayeneh (Mirror in Mirror) by Hushang Ebtehaj

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    Mirror in the Mirror is a collection of poems by Houshang Ebtehaj (H.A. Sayeh) published by Cheshmeh Publishing. The interesting point in this collection is that they were selected by Master Shafiee Kadkani. He says this about how these poems were selected “If I wanted to base this choice on the main axis of his masterpiece, in which the majority are with sonnets, perhaps for some other species and examples, there would be less room for expression”.

  • Sedaye Paye Ab by Sohrab Sepehri

    Sedaye Paye Ab by Sohrab Sepehri

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    Sohrab composed “Sedaye Paye Ab” in 1343 in one of the villages around Kashan called Chenar and dedicated it to his mother’s silent nights. Khosrow Shakibaei recited “Sedaye Paye Ab”, which added to the popularity of this poem among the general public.

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