Nizami Ganjavi’s Words of Wisdom in a Virtual World

Nizami Ganjavi’s Words of Wisdom in a Virtual World

 Frequently visited literature portals “stihi.by” (Belarus), “ashurnews.com” and “afkarhura.com” (Iraq), and “Altazor” online literary magazine under the Chile-based Visente Uidobro Cultural Foundation have posted detailed information on the great Azerbaijani poet Nizami Ganjavi’s creative activity along with his poems, odes, and words of wisdom due to the announcement of 2021 as a “Year of Nizami Ganjavi.”

    The author of the Spanish translation of the excerpts from Nizami’s masterpiece “Seven Beauties” is Carmen Linares, a prominent Spanish translator; the author of the Russian translation of the poet’s poems is Maya Borisova, a notable Russian translator, and the author of the Arabic translation of words of wisdom by Nizami Ganjavi is Farid Jamalov, an Arabic language specialist at AzSTC.

 

 

 

 

http://ashurnews.com/شاعر-الفضيلة-نظامي-كنجوى/

http://afkarhura.com/?p=26002                     

https://stihi.by/filosofskie-stihi/nizami-gya 

https://www.revistaaltazor.cl/nizami-ganjavi-2/

 

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