Focuses on the positive only.
Ten of his quatrains have also been recorded in the anthology Nozhat al-Majales which was compiled around by Jamal Khalil Shirvani  along with 23 other poets from Ganja.
A famous ghazal of Nezami talks about altruism as the path for reaching the ultimate spiritual goal: He dedicated his poems to various rulers of the region as was custom of that time for great poets, but avoided court life.
Nezami was a master of the Masnavi style double-rhymed verses. He wrote poetical works; the main one is the Panj Ganj Persian: The adventure of the paired lovers, Leyli and Majnun, is the subject of the second of his four romances, and derived from Arabic sources.
Page from an Illustrated Manuscript of the Khamseh by Nizami. Sassanid king, Bahram Gur is a great favourite in Persian tradition and poetry. A manuscript from Nezami's Khamsa dateddepicting Muhammad 's journey from Mecca to the Dome of the Rock to heaven. The archangel Gabriel is seen to Muhammad's right with multiple wings.
A scene from the romance " Layla and Majnun ". The thwarted lovers meet for the last time before their deaths. Both have fainted and Majnun's elderly messenger attempts to revive Layla while wild animals protect the pair from unwelcome intruders. Makhzan al-Asrar Makhzan al-Asrar Persian: The story deals with such esoteric subjects as philosophy and theology.
The story contains twenty discourses, each of them portraying an exemplary story on religious and ethical topics. Each chapter concludes with apostrophe to the poet himself containing his pen name.
In the introduction, the poet provides an account of his solitary vigils, called Khalwat. Khosrow o Shirin Khusrau stand on either side of the canal built to supply Shirin with the milk of goats and cows, taken from the Khamseh of Nizami Khosrow o Shirin Persian: It contains about 6, distichs in length, the story depicts the love of Sassanian Khosrow II Parviz towards his Armenian  princess Shirin.
Nizami's text illustrated with a miniature painting from a late 16th-century Indian book Layli o Majnun Layli o Majnun Persian: The poem is based on the popular Arab legend of ill-starred lovers: Layla's father forbids contact with Qays and Qays becomes obsessed and starts signing of his love for Layla in public.
The obsession becomes so severe that he sees and evaluates everything in terms of Layla; hence his sobriquet "the possessed" Majnun. However the image of Layla was so ingrained in him that he cannot eat or sleep.
His only activity becomes composing poetry of longing for Layla. Arranging a secret meeting with Majnun, they meet, but have no physical contact. Rather they recite poetry to each other from a distance. Layla's husband dies eventually which removes the legal obstacles to a licit union.
However Majnun is so focused on the ideal picture of Layla in his mind that he had fled to the desert. Layla dies out of grief and is buried in her bridal dress.
Hearing this news, Majun rushes to her grave where he instantly dies. They are buried side by side and their grave becomes a site of pilgrimage. Someone dreams that in Paradise they are united and live as a king and queen.
Initially, he doubted that this simple story about the agony and pain of an Arab boy wandering in rough mountains and burning deserts would be a suitable subject for royal court poetry and his cultured audience. Rudolf Gelpke into an English version in collaboration with E.
Hill Omega Publications and published in There are differences of opinion on whether this was Nezami's last epic or the Haft Paykar. Mohammad has been mentioned. It consists of two books, Sharaf-Nama and Iqbal-nameh. The poem narrates the three stages in Alexander's life: The episode also discusses Alexander's pilgrimage to Meccahis stay in the Caucasus and his visit to Queen Nushaba of Barda' and her court of Amazons.
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Nizami Ganjavi (Persian: نظامی گنجوی , translit. Niẓāmī Ganjavī, lit. 'Niẓāmī of Ganja') (–), Nizami Ganje'i, Nizami, or Nezāmi, whose formal name was Jamal ad-Dīn Abū Muḥammad Ilyās ibn-Yūsuf ibn-Zakkī, was a 12th-century Persian Sunni Muslim poet. Nezāmi is considered the greatest romantic epic poet in Persian literature, who .
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