Abu-al-Faraj Runi

Abu-al-Faraj Runi

Abul Faraj Runi, born in Lahore, was an 11th century Persian court poet who wrote "Mathnavi". His family came from Nishapur in Khorasan.

He died at the turn of the 11th-12th century.

References used

* E.G. Browne. "Literary History of Persia". (Four volumes, 2,256 pages, and twenty-five years in the writing). 1998. ISBN 0-7007-0406-X
* Jan Rypka, "History of Iranian Literature". Reidel Publishing Company. ASIN B-000-6BXVT-K

ee also

*List of Persian poets and authors


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