In Persian literature, the Quran is a model that the poems follow. Ali Davoodi, a satirist and poet of our country, said: in Persian literature, the Quran is considered a model that the poems follow, and poets have often been indebted to the verses of the Quran.
Tehran: International Holy Quran Fair; the third night of Hafez's poetry was held at the Sahifah Sajjadieh pavilion on the eighth day of the International Holy Quran Far. Ali Davoodi, a satirist and poet of our country, as a guest at this meeting, said: Ramadan and its occasions and manifestations such as fasting, worship, breaking the fast, dawn, etc., have been the basic sources for classical Persian poetry in many cases. The use of these Ramadan symbols can be followed and investigated both for humor and for expressing serious issues.
He added: The connection of Persian poetry with the Quran can be compared with the poetry of other nations with the Holy book. That is, in other nations, some kind of connection with these books is considered, and usually this connection causes the poetry to find a spiritual elevation. In Persian literature, the Quran has been considered as a model that the poems follow, and poets have been indebted to the verses of the Qur'an in many cases.
This poet of our country continued: maybe that spirituality has decreased in the new works of poets, but the borrowing from the Quran has not completely disappeared, and there are many references to the Quran in the poems of persons like Shafii Kadkani, Ebtahaj, etc., even in the new poems there are works about Quran. Using Quranic content and form in the works of contemporary poets is a significant issue, for example, Sohrab Sepehri's "Sureh Tamasha" is as if a person is reading a translation of the Quran. Such cases are very common in the works of poets in the revolutionary season.
30th International Holy Quran Fair will be held from 1 to 15 with the slogan "I call you" in Imam Khomeini's Mosalla in Tehran. The time to visit this fair will be from 17:00 to 24:00.