Information, wisdom and narration about Mir Alisher Navoi


Nizamiddin Mir Alisher was born on February 1441, 9 in the Bogi Davlatkhana area of ​​Herat, in the family of a civil servant Ghiyosiddin Bahadir, who was close to the Timurid family. Historian Mirkhond wrote in his work "Ravzatus-Safo" that Amir Alisher's grandfather was friendly with Umarshaikh, son of Amir Temur. Below we present to your attention information related to the life of Alisher Navoi.
  1. Navoi's passion for science awakened early and he started studying at school at the age of 4. At the age of 7, His Holiness Navoi learned Fariduddin Attar's "Mantiqut-Tayr" by heart.
  2. 7-year-old Nizamiddin Mir Alisher memorized more than six thousand hadiths of our great muhaddith Bukhari. Mir Alisher started writing ghazals from the age of 7-8.
  3. Alisher Navoi received the title of "Muqarrabi Hazrat Sultani" ("the closest person of His Majesty the Sultan"). The title gave Navoi the right to interfere in all state affairs.
  4. Revival of the Turkish language was a great courage of Navoi for our spirituality. Zahiriddin Muhammad Babur writes, "They even recite poetry in Turkish, no one is a good speaker," Husayn Boygaro writes, "Mir Alisher gave life to the dead body of the Turkish language with the breath of Christ." he said.
  5. Alisher Navoi was known as a "bilingual" poet who wrote in both Turkish and Persian at the age of fifteen-sixteen.
  6. In his teenage years, Alisher Navoi memorized more than 50 verses of his favorite poets.
  7. Alisher Navoi uses the pseudonym Navoi for his poems in Turkish, and Foni for his poems in Persian. The poet's collection of Persian poems is called "Devoni Foni".
  8. The name "Guli", which is described as Navoi's lover, is found only in folklore, legends and legends about Navoi. The name Guli does not appear in any of the written sources that provide information about Navoi's life.
  9. In Navoi's works, Farhad is the embodiment of a perfect human being. He has a thirst for knowledge since childhood, and once he has read it, he will never forget it. By the time Farhad reaches ten years old, he will master all the sciences.
  10. Navoi met Abdurahman Jami when he was about 18-19 years old. Jami appreciates him both as a child and as a student. Later, the teacher-student relationship between these two great poets will strengthen and become a creative collaboration.
  11. Samarkand plays an important role in Navoi's life and work. Alisher came to Samarkand in 1464, where he studied at a madrasa and got acquainted with science, literature and art.
  12. In 1469, Navoi wrote the ode "Hiloliya" consisting of 90 verses ("hilal" - the new moon) on the occasion of the accession of his friend Husayn Boykara to the throne.
  13. Navoi built more than 300 structures in Herat and throughout Khorasan at the expense of his fund.
  14. Alisher Navoi wrote in 16 literary genres. Navoi wrote the first "Khamsani" in Turkish for 2 years. This work, translated into 64 languages ​​of the world, has more than 51 thousand verses. The poet's lyrical legacy is concentrated in four divans (50000-1491) called "Khazayinul-maoni" with a total volume of more than 1498 verses.
  15. Alisher Navoi died on January 1501, 3. It was pouring rain during his burial. Historian Khondamir described it as "even nature mourned".
10 wisdom of Alisher Navoi
  1. A man's manners are better than his wealth.
  2. The reward of the hereafter is better than the pleasure of this world.
  3. A tongue thrust is stronger than a toothache.
  4. A little enlightenment is better than a lot of obedience, and a wise enemy is better than a foolish friend.
  5. A bad friend is the devil.
  6. Language silence - human health.
  7. He who starts you to do evil is your enemy.
  8. Whoever hurts the heart with harsh words, a bitter tongue will pierce him like a poisoned spear.
  9. A kind word turns savages into tyrants; the sorcerer - reciting a spell with a melody, pulls the snake out of its den.
  10. An ezma who talks a lot is like a dog that keeps barking at night until dawn. A person with a bad tongue hurts people's hearts and brings disaster to himself.
A story about Navoi
When Alisher Navoi was studying in Samarkand, he dreamed of visiting Bukhara Sharif. Joining the caravans that stopped in Samarkand, they went to Bukhara with a group of friends.
The caravan was on its way, passing through Karmana and stopping at the "Malik Rabat" caravanserai. The passengers rested and watered their camels and horses. They filled the nets and took water. His Highness Navoi, who was traveling in a caravan, watched the surrounding deserts and was lost in thought. Malik recited to the soul of the robot and those who built the Sardoba.
"I wish my Farhads and Shirins would come to these vast deserts and improve these places, draw water, build gardens, build buildings, roads, mosques, madrasahs, and hospitals, the deserts are beautiful." Alisher Navoi dreamed of a country. Centuries later, thanks to the blessings of God, the prayers of our grandfather, and the hard work of our people, the places where recitations were read turned into gardens and were named after the poet "Navoi".

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