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  • ḠANĪMAT KONJĀHĪ

    Arif Naushahi

    Persian poet from the Indian subcontinent, famous for composing Nīrang-e ʿešq (d. ca 1713).

  • ḠANĪZĀDA, MAḤMŪD

    Hassan Javadi

    b. Mīrzā Ḡanī Dīlmaqānī, liberal journalist, historian, and poet (1879-1936).

  • GANJ DAREH TEPE

    Cross-Reference

    See ECBATANA.

  • GANJ-ʿALĪ KHAN

    Mohammad-Ebrahim Bastani Parizi

    a military leader and governor of Kermān, Sīstān, and Qandahār under Shah ʿAbbās I (996-1038/1588-1629). 

  • GANJ-E ARŠADĪ

    S. H. Askari

    An Indo-Persian collection of sayings (malfūẓāt) of the Češtī saint of Jaunpour Aršad Badr-al-Ḥaqq (1047-1113/1637-1701).

  • GANJ-E BĀDĀVARD

    Mahmoud Omidsalar

    (the treasure brought by the wind), name of one of the eight treasures of the Sasanian Ḵosrow II Parvēz (r. 591-628 C.E.) according to most Persian sources.

  • GANJ-E ŠAKAR, Farid-al-Din Masʿud

    Gerhard Böwering

    Popularly known as Bābā Farid, a major Shaikh of the Češtīya mystic order, born in the last quarter of the 6th/12th century in Kahtwāl near Moltān, Punjab.

  • GANJ-E ŠĀYAGĀN

    Cross-Reference

    See Supplement

  • GANJ-NĀMA

    Stuart C. Brown

    (lit. treasure book), location in a pass at an altitude of about 2,000 m across the Alvand Kūh leading westward to Tūyserkān, 12 km southwest of Hamadān.

  • GANJA

    C. Edmund Bosworth

    (Ar. Janza), the Islamic name of a town in the early medieval Islamic province of Arrān (the classical Caucasian Albania, Armenian Alvankʿ).