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1875 Hermann Bicknell Selections from Hafiz translated into English verse (120 Odes
with Kita'at, Ruba,'iyat and Mukhammas). See the preface
(p. xiii) of this work

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THE LIFE OF HAFIZ.

REFERENCES.

Nafaḥatu-l-Uns (1476) by Nuru-d-Din Abdu-r-Raḥmān-i-Jāmi (b. 1414, d. 1492).
Tarikhu-sh-Shu'arā (1486) by Daulat Shah-i-Samarkandi.

A mutilated MS. copy of Ḥafiz (1604), Asiatic Society, Bengal.

Tārikh-i-Dakan by Muḥammad Ķāsim Firishta* (b. 1570, d. 1612 ?).

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Catalogue (p. 64), Library of Tippū Sulṭān, Maisūr, by Charles Stewart, Professor of Oriental
Languages, Haileybury, 1809.

Majma'u-l-Fuṣaḥāt (1872 by Mirzā Riza Kuli Khān-i-Hidayat-i-Mazindarāni).
Khazāna-i-Amira by Mir Ghulām Āli Azād.

Tarikh by Muḥammad Gul Andām.

Shir Khan-i-Lūdi.

Khwaja Shamsu-d-Din Muḥammad-i-Ḥāñz was born in the beginning of the fourteenth century at Shiraz.

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He was of good family, of excellent education, and skilled in jurisprudence. Immersed in poetic indolence, public life and honours had no charm for him. youth, he engaged in friendship and indulged in conviviality; but, afterwards, he devoted himself wholly to religion, observing austerity and embracing poverty.

Proud of his genius, he never accepted invitations to Courts. Those who saw him little regarded him as a latitudinarian; those who saw him much, as an enthusiast. He was an enemy to conventionalism; and acted on those broad and universal principles which, in every age and country, are the same.

*The Firishta (Gulshan-i-Ibrahimi, Nauras-Nāma; Tarikh-i-Ibrahimi) has been translated(a) the 1st and the 2nd books (down to Akbar) by Colonel Dow, 1768.

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Mohl says that Firishta was born 1550 and died 1623.

† Mahdi Khan was confidential Secretary to Nādir Shāh (b. 1687, d. 1747). This work was translated into French by Sir W. Jones.

This was printed by his son, the Director, Public Instruction, Persia, 1881.

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