In Naser Khosrow School is the work of Mahmoud Hakimi.
The first time I met Nasser Khosrow was when I was in the fifth year of elementary school, and a Persian teacher asked us to recite the poem “From us to us”, which means the beautiful poem of the eagle. The eagle, which had a surprise pride with its flight, the same pride caused him to fall, and finally “he said, ‘We complain that it’s up to us.’
Later, when I did research on different religions and sects, because I came to the Ismaili religion, I realized that it is not possible to know the history of this religion and the beliefs of the Ismailis without knowing Naser Khosrow’s thoughts and ideas.
It was that I studied his life, poems, and travelogue, and became aware of the fact that Nasser Khosrow was a wise man who knew the value of the Dari word and praised virtue, truth, radiance, and freedom. Naser Khosrow’s poems are a mixture of feeling, emotion, imagination and thought. And what is clearly evident throughout his divan is the power of creativity, grace, knowledge, honesty, passion, faith, fearlessness, and contempt for flattering and flattering poets.
Biography (in Naser Khosrow School)
Abu Mo’in Nasser ibn Khosrow ibn Harith Ghobadiani Balkhi, better known as Nasser Khosrow, on 9 December 394 A.D. The government and the judiciary were busy opening their eyes to the world.
At that time, five years had passed since the beginning of the reign of Sultan Mahmud of Ghazni. Nasser Khosrow faced various events as a child and prepared for an adventurous life: including the long wars of Sultan Mahmud and the unprecedented drought in Khorasan, which severely damaged farmers’ crops, and the outbreak of cholera in the region, which claimed the lives of many people. Took.
From the beginning of his youth, Nasser Khosrow studied the common sciences of the time and memorized the Qur’an. In the court of kings and emirs, including Sultan Mahmud and Sultan Massoud of Ghaznavid, he worked as a secretary as a literate and genius man. There, too, she continued her career as a secretary with honor and dignity, and became known as Nasser Khosrow Morozi due to her long stay in this city.
In Nasser Khosrow School
Seeking the source of truth, he debated with followers of various religions, including Muslims, Zoroastrians, Christians, Jews, and Manichaeans, and asked their religious leaders about the truth of existence. But because he did not succeed, he became astonished and confused, and to escape from this confusion, he turned to wine, drunkenness, and the pleasures of his youth.
According to his writings in Naser Khosrow’s travelogue, at the age of forty, he had a dream one night when someone said to him, “How much would you like to drink from this wine to deprive people of wisdom?” “If you are smart, it’s better,” Nasser Khosrow replied. The man said, “A sage cannot be said to be the one who leads people to anesthesia and ignorance. “Something must increase wisdom and intelligence.” Nasser Khosrow asked, “Where do I get this from?” “The end was for the seeker,” he said, pointing to the qibla.
As a result of this dream, Nasser Khosrow suffered from an intellectual revolution, renounced wine and all worldly pleasures, left his job as a clerk, and embarked on the pilgrimage. For seven years he traveled to various lands such as Azerbaijan, Armenia, Asia Minor, Aleppo, Tripoli, Syria, Syria, Palestine, the Arabian Peninsula, Qairwan, Tunisia and Sudan, and for three or six years resided in the Fatimid capital of Egypt. There, during the reign of Al-Mustansir, he converted to the Ismaili religion and visited the Kaaba three times from Egypt.
Nasser Khosrow left for Khorasan in 444 after receiving the title of Hojjat Khorasan from Al-Mustansir Ballah. In Khorasan, and especially in his hometown of Balkh, he invited the people to the Ismaili religion, but contrary to his expectations, the people there did not respond positively to his invitation. .
Nasser Khosrow went to Mazandaran from there and then came to Neishabour and because he was not safe in any of these cities, he lived secretly. He spent the remaining 20 to 25 years of his life in Yamgan, Badakhshan.
He visited all the villages of Badakhshan. Hakim Nasser Khosrow has a special dignity and status among the people of Badakhshan, so much so that people refer to him as “Hojjat”, “Seyyed Shah Nasser Vali”, “Pir Shah Nasser”, “Pir Kamel”, and so on. He died in 481 lunar years (1088 AD, 467 solar years). His tomb is a shrine in Yamgan.
Nasser Khosrow has no wife or children; Because he was single until the end of his life.
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