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Shahnameh Ferdowsi Hardback with Frame (Farsi)


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This Shahnameh book, which is beautifully arranged, contains the stories of the Shahnameh. The most beautiful mythological stories of Iran. The stories narrate by Hakim Ferdowsi and express the history of Iran. The beautiful design of the box and cover of this book has turned it into a luxury book. Surprise your friends by giving this book as a gift.

  • Book Cover Type: Artificial leather with frame
  • Language(s): Persian (Farsi)
  • ISBN: 9786006027951
  • Persian Title: شاهنامه فردوسی

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Shahnameh Ferdowsi Hardback with Frame

The Shahnameh is undoubtedly one of the masterpieces of literature in the world. A book that has crossed the borders of Iran and is famous all over the world. Shahnameh, as its name suggests, is the history of the kings and legends of Iran. The author of Shahnameh is Ferdowsi. Shahnameh consists of some 50,000 “distichs” or couplets and is one of the world’s longest epic poems. This Book is the most famous poem book of Ferdowsi and one of the greatest writings of ancient Persian literature. Ferdowsi from an early age, became interested in reading stories and loved the history and information of Iran’s past. It was this interest in ancient stories that made him think of ordering the Shahnameh. According to him, he has been searching for this book for a long time, and after finding the original stories. Ferdowsi After finding the Original stories he has dedicated thirty years of his life to write the Shahnameh. This book “Shahnameh Ferdowsi Hardback with Frame” is one of the most beautiful books of Persian poetry. We have collected different types of Persian poetry books for those interested in ShopiPersia. A beautiful and unique collection. We ship worldwide.

Approximate weight1814 Gram
Handling time7 Days
Book Cover TypeArtificial leather with frame
Suitable forAdults
Language(s)Persian (Farsi)
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