The Daughter of the Hero

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Title: The Daughter of the Hero (Story of Shah Ismail Safavid)

Author: Hamzeh Sardadour

Publisher: Sepehr Adab

Subject: Ismail Safavid – Shah of Iran

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 408

Language: Farsi

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The novel is the daughter of a hero by Hamzeh Sardador.

Hamzeh Sardadour is one of the oldest Iranian footnote writers, from whom many historical novels have entered the book market in recent decades, and numerous reprints of these works show their popularity and popularity. Sardador was born in 1275 AH in Tabriz; From the 1920s to the late 1940s, he wrote a footnote in the weekly “Information Weekly” magazine, and one of the factors that attracted and sold that magazine was one of Sardador’s best-selling stories, which were published in book form after its publication in the magazine. Some of these works are: Prisoner of the Laughing Castle, from fishing to the kingdom, behind the scenes, Mahlqa, women free, alchemists, hero girl, Qajar legend, lady in the lead and ..

Hero Girl:

In this book, focusing on the novel “Heroic Daughter”, Hamzeh Sardadour refers to parts of the history of Iran, especially the political and military life of Shah Ismail Safavid in the form of an amazing, beautiful and real novel.

During the establishment of the Safavid rule by Shah Ismail Safavid, very interesting events took place in which the children of “Sultan Haidar” (a descendant of “Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardabili”, a famous Iranian mystic) and a girl named “Tajli” who was attached to Ismail, They were impressive. After historical events, Ismail Mirza founded the Safavid dynasty in 905 and Tajli played an important role in his life and destiny.

Index of the book
A word to the readers
Historical life of Shah Ismail Safavid
About the present book
The story of the cage
coming back
Introducing the book The Hero Girl
Among the ancient sultans and kings of Iran, Shah Ismail Safavid has a special status. This privileged position of his can be considered as a result of a series of historical and political considerations and factors that have naturally influenced the fate of our country.

Since this book is in fact the story of Shah Ismail Safavid, it is not inappropriate to make a brief reference to the situation in Iran before Shah Ismail came to power, Shah Ismail’s dynasty and family and his role in the history of Iran. These explanations help readers better understand the story of the “hero girl” given the political, religious, and social contexts that prevailed at the time.
Among the ancient sultans and kings of Iran, Shah Ismail Safavid has a special status. This privileged position of his can be considered as a result of a series of historical and political considerations and factors that have naturally influenced the fate of our country.

Since this book is in fact the story of Shah Ismail Safavid, it is not inappropriate to make a brief reference to the situation in Iran before Shah Ismail came to power, Shah Ismail’s dynasty and family and his role in the history of Iran. These explanations help readers better understand the story of the “hero girl” given the political, religious, and social contexts that prevailed at the time.

Introducing the book of the hero girl by Hamzeh Sardador
The Safavid dynasty is one of the decisive and influential kingdoms in the continuation of the fate of Iran, and among the Safavid kings, Shah Ismail has a prominent position and great fame. Hamzeh Sardadour, whose historical and popular novels have found a significant place among Iranian audiences in recent decades, this time went to another corner of the history of this region and among its important figures, the life of the Shah. Has selected Ismail Safavid for retelling and processing.

In the present book, which is called The Heroic Daughter, the author, with great care and delicacy, first gives a brief and useful description of the social and political situation in Iran at that time, and with his historical atmosphere from the time before Shah Ismail came to power, began to reconstruct the event. And to establish a connection between the events of that time and the fantasy of the story world. The explanations that the author gives about the social and cultural issues of that period, immerse the audience in the labyrinth of time and cause him to be more in the space of the story.
This glorious and readable novel deals with interesting events during the founding of the Safavid dynasty, in which people such as Sultan Haidar and a beautiful girl named Tajli played a role. Sultan Haidar was a famous mystic and a descendant of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardabili, and Tajli was a full-faced and handsome girl who had fallen in love with Ismail. After the establishment of the Safavid dynasty by Ismail, Tajli played an important role in the life and destiny of the Safavid king.

Excerpts from the book The Hero Girl (text pleasure)
The governor had just reported that a beautiful nine-year-old girl jumped out of a window into a room. The governor raised his eyebrows and got up, opened the locked room and ordered the girl to leave. The girl shrugged and said, “If you kill me, I will not go out.”

The governor was angry, but Ismail stopped him and told him not to do anything. The governor, who treated Ishmael like a slave to the kingdom, listened and said something. Ismail said there was no problem. Then he turned to his brother and said that we should not stay in this house tonight and tomorrow, and now we should get on board and change the house. Then he got up and his brother got up. The girl moaned and said take me too, you must take me wherever you go! Ismail smiled and said: You stay at home, we will return tomorrow evening.
The little girl cried and, as she tapped her little feet on the ground, said, “I will not stay here without you.” The two brothers, together with the governor and a woman who was their servant, left the house, mounted their saddled horses, and set off on all fours. The girl ran out of the house behind them. In a few steps, he saw two saddled horses in front of the neighbor and a servant waiting for his master. The girl, in the same childish tone and manner as the acquaintance, asked the servant to ride her horse for a moment.

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