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پیشہ مؤرخ  ویکی ڈیٹا پر (P106) کی خاصیت میں تبدیلی کریں

ملا نظیری (1420ء) کشمیر میں فارسی زبان کے ایک شاعر تھے۔ جس نے سکندر شاہ میری (1389ء سے 1413ء تک حکومت) اور پھر زین العابدین (1423ء-1473ء) کے دربار میں ایک شاعر تھے۔[1][2]

ملا نظیری اس نے کئی گمشدہ کتابیں لکھیں جن میں ایک گمشدہ تاریخ کشمیر بھی شامل ہے۔[3][4][5]

حوالہ جات[ترمیم]

  1. NK Singh, Nagendra Kr. Singh, Abida Samiuddin Encyclopaedic Historiography of the Muslim World 2004- Page 530 "It is only from the reign of Sultan Zain-ul-Abidin (1420-70), that Persian replaced Sanskrit as the language of court and learning, and histories in Persian began to be composed. Two of these were by Mulla Ahmad and Mulla Nadiri, the Sultan's court poets."
  2. Mohibbul Hasan Kashmīr Under the Sultāns 1959 Page 93 "The Sultan recalled him, and made him Shaiku'l-Islam.122 Mulla Ahmad was a court poet, and was much respected by him. Other poets attached to the court were Mulla Nadiri and Mulla Pathi.123 Mulla Ahmad and Mulla Nadiri, besides ..."
  3. Krishan Lal Kalia Eminent Personalities Of Kashmir 1997 - Page 49 "The precision of his dates could be critically cross checked had the history of Mullah Ahmed or Mullah Nadri been available as both the documents are lost in the womb of time. The chronology of Persian chronicles is not reliable as they have ..."
  4. Syed M. Afzal Qadri, G̲h̲ain. He Gūrkū, Cultural heritage of Kashmir University of Kashmir. Dept. of Dean, Students' Welfare - 1997 - Page 17 "Like Mulla Ahmad of Sultan Zainul Abidin's times, the poet laureate Mulla Nadri is also believed to have authored a history of Kashmir besides his several other works in Persian. But about this history, too, Ghulam Hassan Khoyhami barely ..."
  5. Mohammad Ishaq Khan Perspectives on Kashmir: historical dimensions 1983 - Page 97 "But, unfortunately, some of them did not survive, as for example, the works of Mulla Ahmed and Mulla Nadri, Qazi lbrahim and Mulla Hasan ... "