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Ferdowsi:

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, c.940–1020, principal Persian poet, author of the Shah Namah [the book of kings], the great Persian epic. His original name was Abul Kasim Mansur; he is thought to have been born of a yeoman family of Khorasan.
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According to Kashmir Media Service (KMS), Parray Hassan Firdousi in a statement issued in Srinagar said that the Kulgam killings had proved that India, instead of upholding human rights, was usurping them.
A man answered the phone and came to my house to discuss the matter further," said Firdousi, a 33-year-old Pakistani.
Memorandum of Understanding on Science and Education between the Turkmen National Institute of World Languages CiCinamed after Dovletmammad Azadi (Turkmenistan) and Mashhad University named after Firdousi (Islamic Republic of Iran)
The film titled Maan Jao Na, is being produced by Muhammad Khalid Ali, directed by Aabis Raza and written by Asma Nabeel and Ahsan Raza Firdousi. It also features Ayaz Samoo, Ghania Ali, Hajra Yameen and Naeem Haq in leading roles.
Persia's famous poet Firdousi has mentioned this area, in Shahnama, as the battleground between the Iranian and Turanian Kings.
Commenting on this T24 enhancement, Firdousi Maheen, the General Manager of Islamic Finance House, explained, "The framework of our operations is set on being able to rapidly respond to our customers' varying needs and requirements.
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It includes the resting place of Abul Qasim Firdousi, Khangah Imam Ghazzali, and Shrine of Khaleefa Haroon-ur -Rasheed Abbasi etc.
The people of the province have rich traditions and as revealed from the work of the famous poet Firdousi, there was a war between Alexander the Great and the valiant Balochs in 330 B.C, when the former was on his way to Babylon via Balochistan.
When artist Khadim Ali's family fled Afghanistan during the Soviet Invasion to take refuge in Pakistan, even during the most difficult of times his grandfather recited Shahnama-e- Firdousi, perhaps the most widely read and recited Persian epic in the region.