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QUIZ - Who wrote panegyrics of seven successive kings of Delhi ?

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Asked by truth exposed, 11 Nov '12 10:07 pm
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Amir Khosrow was one of India's most significant Persian-language poets. He wrote panegyrics of seven successive kings of Delhi. His `Khamseh' (Pentology), written in emulation of a work of the same name by another Persian author, is a group of five long idylls in the masnavi style about general themes in Islamic literature.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 11 Nov '12 10:12 pm

 
  
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