“Don -e- Araam” translated by Ahmad Shamlu is published. Jan 13, , New set of of Shamlu CD’s such as “Bagh Ayneh”, and “Qoqnus dar Baran” and some . Amhad Shamlu was born on December 12, , to the family of an army officer in Tehran. Like many children who grow up in army families, he received his. The Persian poet, also known by the surname Shamloo, or in his homeland as Ahmad Šāmlū, occasionally used the pen name A. Bamdad when writing poetry.

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Ahmad ShamluIranian poet born Dec. A fierce opponent of both the shah and the repressive Islamic Revolution that deposed him, Shamlu was briefly imprisoned under the shah and was treated with contempt by the Islamic regime; his aymad were officially banned but were privately circulated in Iran among admirers of his work. We welcome suggested improvements to any of our articles.


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