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C. E. Bosworth, D. Balland
also BĀDḠĪS, region in eastern Khorasan, between Herat and the middle course of the Harīrūd in the south, and Marv al-Rūḏ and the headwaters of the Morḡāb in the north. i. General and the early period. ii. The modern province.This Article Has Images/Tables.
(The winds presaged the changing of season), a novel by the eminent fiction writer and literary critic, Jamal Mirsadeqi. Set in the 1960s in Tehran and revolves around the turbulent life of Ḥamid, the novel’s narrator, and his cast of friends and neighbors of poverty-stricken families.This Article Has Images/Tables.
J. T. P. de Bruijn
rhetorical embellishment. During the early Islamic period the word developed into a technical term through its use in discussions about Arabic poetry and ornate prose.
D. M. MacEoin
designation of the calendar system of Babism and Bahaism, originally introduced by the Bāb.
Persian poet of the 10th century.
See KĀTEB JOVAYNĪ.
(d. 1869), a young Bahai martyr who has gained a certain distinction in Bahai lore.
M. E. Subtelny
(d. ca. 1514), Timurid prince, who rebelled against his father, Sultan Ḥosayn Bāyqarā (r. Herat 1469-1506).
(968-1008), Arabic belle-lettrist and inventor of the maqāma genre. His maqāmāt are a set of adventures narrated in rhymed prose and poetry, revolving around a rogue hero and a narrator.
R. D. McChesney
by most accounts the last of the Chaghatay/Timurid rulers of Badaḵšān (d. ca. 1603).