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Bahar Shirvani

Mirza Nasrulla Bahar Shirvani (Azerbaijani: Mirzə Nəsrulla Bahar Şirvani) (1835, Shamakhi, Azerbaijan - 1883, Tabriz) was renowned Azerbaijani poet.

He was born in a wealthy family in Shamakhi where he studied Persian and Arabic languages. After the death of his father, he became a tradesman for a while. Later, he went to Iran and lived in Shiraz, Rey and Tus cities. Finally went to Tabriz and stayed there until his death in 1883. Her work is mainly Azerbaijani and Persian languages.

He was buried in the cemetery of Sorkhab district in Tabriz.


  • Zaman Əsgərli, XIX əsr Azərbaycan şeri antologiyası, Bakı, "Şərq-Qərb", 2005, p. 254, The ISBN printed in document (9952-418-69-5) is invalid.

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