Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose شماره 50

volume Number : 13
number In Volume : 4
issue Number : 50

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Journal of the stylistic of Persian poem and prose
volume Number 13، number In Volume 4، ، issue Number 50

The introduction of manuscript 0f General Divan of Taleb Ali Khan Lakhanoei, called Eishi with the passage of his lyrics style

Ziba Fallahi, Mehrdad Chatraei(Author in Charge), Maryam Mahmoodi

Taleb Ali Khan Lakhanoei called Eishi is a member of the poets and writers of the style of the return of the subcontinent who has spoken poetry in both Persian and Hindi. His general Divan remains intact in Farsi and contains 6435 verses of poetry including elegies, festive masnavi, quatrains and other literary forms. Eishi with the synthesis of 203 Persian lyrics in 1593 verses and 133 lyrics in the styling poetical metre of Ramal and Hazaj, he should have called to be like the dominant philosopher GhalebDehlavi and KalimKashani; but with detailed research and extraction of poetical metres in analytical-descriptive ways we have achieved different results.The thirteenth century is the period of literary return. This article, in addition to the introduction of this version; for the first time; in lyrics style; examined his lyric poetry, lexical, literary and intellectual qualities.The results of this research show that Taleb Ali Khan, from the viewpoint of literary rhetoric, has a radical interest in the simile industry specially eloquent analogy, from the point of view of the words, the words of thetavern wordsand Sufi terms are taken for the long meanings; He has been interested in ancient Iranian literature and culture, though in a ghazal. In Hafez’s thought and Saeb’s mystical wisdom heis grown. He has a philosophical and deductive mind.Sorrow in his world of thinking, is the cosmological foundation.His lyrics have continued the Indian tradition and in the weight of poetry, are sometimes experience the peak of the music of Hafez Shiraz in the tendency to return style.

Taleb Ali Khan Eishi , General Divan , lyrics style , and StylMystical sonnets

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