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The Land of Spring (Baharestan) by Jami (English & Persian)
Baharestan is one of the examples of pleasant and sweet Persian prose. Jami’s intention in this work was to simplify Saadi’s writing style, and for this reason, Baharestan’s writing tends to be simpler than expected.
- Book Cover Type: Hardcover
- Language(s): Persian (Farsi) & English
- Translator: Khodaram Irani
- Persian Title: بهارستان جامی: فارسی – انگلیسی
Baharestan Book by Jami
Baharestan or “The Land of Spring” is a book of prose (in the language of ordinary expression, not poetry), but mixed with poetry, by Abdolrahman Jami. Some parts of Baharestan wrote in the style of Golestan Saadi. This book has eight sections. At the beginning of the book, Jami says that he writes the book for his son because he is studying. Compared to Saadi Golestan, Baharestan has more order and poetry. The Land of Spring book contains moral tips, content and advice, as well as instructions and advice about life. This book has a simple and concise prose. In compiling this book, Jami has also used Quranic verses, hadiths and religious narrations in a way that uses the guarantee array. The Persian Abdorrahman Jami was born in Jam, a small town of Khorasan (now in Afghanistan) in 1414 CE.
|Approximate weight||700 Gram|
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Book Cover Type||Hardcover|
|Language(s)||Persian (Farsi) & English|
|Persian Title||بهارستان جامی: فارسی - انگلیسی|