SHARAFNAMA PDF

In the text of this unique history the empires of the Kurds parallel those of the Arabs, Persians and Turks, some, according to Bitlisi, reaching back over 4, years. As the Kurds continue their arduous journey to regain their proper position as the fourth largest ethnic group in the greater Middle East, it is clear why the Sharafnama has gained the status of a national document and the locus classicus of Kurdish authenticity. The great prestige of the Sharafnama as a national history among the Kurdish literati and rulers has lasted for centuries. To gain the honor of being mentioned in the Sharafnama enticed later Kurdish dynasties to shuffle their own dynastic history into the pages of the book long after Bitlisi's death. Meanwhile, due to the pristine condition of its surviving manuscripts, the Sharafnama has and continues to serve as a primary resource to compare and correct the scribal errors found in other histories written in Persian language before The Sharafnama also contains invaluable information on the Kurds' neighboring peoples and dynasties who interacted with the Kurds, as well as the empires that emerged and weathered in the area.

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Although primarily a dynastic history, there is little doubt that the Sharafnama stands as the single most important work on the Kurdish nation and its history. It was completed by Prince Sharaf al-Din Biltisi in In the pages of the Sharafnama are present the Kurdish nation, already unified years ago within a common culture, national ethos, a defined homeland and an integrated history stretching into antiquity.

In the text of this unique history the empires of the Kurds parallel those of the Arabs, Persians and Turks, some, according to Bitlisi, reaching back over 4, years. As the Kurds continue their arduous journey to regain their proper position as the fourth largest ethnic group in the greater Middle East, it is clear why the Sharafnama has gained the status of a national document and the locus classicus of Kurdish authenticity. Please wait History of the Kurdish Nation, Volume One.

Translated from the Persian by Mehrdad R. Parallel English-Persian text. Email to a Friend. Your Name: Enter Name. Quick Overview Although primarily a dynastic history, there is little doubt that the Sharafnama stands as the single most important work on the Kurdish nation and its history. Iranian Languages and Culture.

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It deals with the different Kurdish dynasties such as, Saladin the Great and his Ayyubid Dynasty , ancient and Medieval Kurdish principalities in the Middle-East and the Caucasus , as well as some mentioning about the pre-Islamic ancestors of the Kurds. Sharaf Khan Bidlisi was born in February 25, , son of Shamsaddin Batlisi [ citation needed ] , in the Garmrood village. In Tahmasb of the Safavids gives him the title the Mir of Mirs " commander of commanders " ; appoints him leader of all Iranian Kurdish tribes. In , Sharafkhan abandons his previous stand, and supports the Ottomans in their war against the Iranians , offering them soldiers. Between and , Sharafkhan virtually led all the Ottoman wars against the Persians.

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Although primarily a dynastic history, there is little doubt that the Sharafnama stands as the single most important work on the Kurdish nation and its history. It was completed by Prince Sharaf al-Din Biltisi in In the pages of the Sharafnama are present the Kurdish nation, already unified years ago within a common culture, national ethos, a defined homeland and an integrated history stretching into antiquity. In the text of this unique history the empires of the Kurds parallel those of the Arabs, Persians and Turks, some, according to Bitlisi, reaching back over 4, years.

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