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Hassan Ghaznavi

 

Hassan Ghaznavi

Ashrafuddin Abu Muhammad Hasan ibn Muhammad Husayni Ghaznavi (Persian: اشرف‌الدین ابو محمد حسن بن محمد حسینی غزنوی‎‎) known as Ashraf (اشرف) was a 12th-century Persian poet of turkic origin.

Originating from Ghazna now in Afghanistan, he served mostly under Yamin ud-Dawlah Bahram Shah of the Ghaznavid dynasty. He also served Sultan Sanjar for a while.

His divan contains 83 ghazals.

He died in 1160.

References

  • Jan Rypka, History of Iranian Literature. Reidel Publishing Company. ASIN B-000-6BXVT-K

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