Tales of a parrot

Tales of a parrot Tutinama Persian literal meaning Tales of a Parrot is a th century Persian series of stories An illustrated version containing miniature paintings was commissioned by the Mughal Emperor
  • Title: Tales of a parrot
  • Author: Ziya'u'd-Din Nakhshabi
  • ISBN: 9783201010634
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tales of a parrot
    Tutinama Persian , literal meaning Tales of a Parrot , is a 14th century Persian series of 52 stories An illustrated version containing 250 miniature paintings was commissioned by the Mughal Emperor, Akbar in the later part of the 16th century The work redacted in 14th century AD in Iran derives from an earlier anthology Seventy Tales of the Parrot in SanskTutinama Persian , literal meaning Tales of a Parrot , is a 14th century Persian series of 52 stories An illustrated version containing 250 miniature paintings was commissioned by the Mughal Emperor, Akbar in the later part of the 16th century The work redacted in 14th century AD in Iran derives from an earlier anthology Seventy Tales of the Parrot in Sanskrit compiled under the title ukasaptati a part of katha literature dated to the 12th century AD In Iran, as in India, parrots in light of their purported conversational abilities are popular as storytellers in works of fiction 1 2 3 4 5 The adventure stories narrated by a parrot, night after night, for 52 successive nights, are moralistic stories to persuade his owner not to commit any adulterous act with any lover, in the absence of her husband The illustrations embellishing the stories created during Akbar s reign were created in a span of five years after Akbar ascended the throne, 6 full citation needed 7 by two Iranian artists named Mir Sayyid Ali and Abdus Samad working in the court of the Mughal Emperor Akbar 8 full citation need
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  • Ziya'u'd-Din Nakhshabi

    Ziya al Din Nakhshabi was a 14th century Persian physician and Sufi living in India He died in 1350.According to a statement in a manuscript now at The National Library of Medicine, Nakhshabi himself transcribed and illustrated a Persian translation made of a Hindi version of a Sanskrit treatise on sexual hygiene.There are 5 full page miniatures painted in a variety of opaque watercolors with gilt and two half or three quarter miniatures, all of a provincial Mughal style typical of north west India, especially Kashmir, in the 18th century.No other particulars are known of Nakhshabi.There are, however, a number of other Persian manuscripts which associate the name Ziya Nakhshabi or Dhiya al Din Nakhshabi with versions of this ultimately Sanskrit treatise on sexual hygiene And he is also known to have edited and added his own verses to a Persian translation called Tutinama of a Sanskrit collection of 52 tales narrated by a parrot tuti in Persian and a nightingale sharak to a woman in order to keep her away from a lover while her husband, a traveling merchant, was absent.

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  • a husband leaves his wife to go on a business trip during his absence she falls in love with another man luckily the husband left his oracle parrot named tuti nama, at home every evening when the wife is about to escape from the house to join her new lover, the parrot strikes up conversation with her and he tells her a moralist anecdote to which he lets her listen all night long this continues for a total of 52 nights this parrot is really something, tuti nama is his name and he s an oracle parr [...]


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