Mala Pareshan

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Mala Pareshan also Parishan-e Lur[1] (1356-1416) (Lurish: Molâ Parišân/ مُڵاپَریشان, Kurdish: Mela Perêşan/مەلا پەرێشان‎) is a Lurish famous person in the literary gnosticism realm.[citation needed] Mala parishan is the pen name of Kurdish poet Mohammad Abulqasim, one of the first Kurdish poets to write his Diwan in Kurdish.[2][3][4]


He was born in Dinawar about 1356. Mala Pareshan was a Sufi and a member of Hurufism. [5][6] He was a friend and disciple of Sheikh Rajab Bursi, a 14th-century mystic Hurufism leader.


His Diwan was first printed in Kermanshah in 1916 and then it was printed several times later in different places. His poems have a syllabic meter, a common characteristic of Gorani or Hawrami poetry. Most of his poetry is in Kurdish [7] especially in Gorani dialects. Noted 20th-century classical musician Seyed Khalil Alinezhad used Mala Pareshan's poetry in his music.


  1. ^ "پریشان لُر". The center for the great Islamic Encyclopedia. 2016. 
  2. ^ Khazanedar, Maroof (2002), The history of Kurdish literature, Aras, Erbil.
  3. ^ Safizadeh, S. (2008), "The History of Kurdish Literature," Aras, Erbil.
  4. ^ "Mela Perîşan (1356-1431)". Kulturname-Ensîklopedya. 
  5. ^ Isna:Who is Mala Pareshan? (Farsi)
  6. ^ Khazanedar, Maroof (2002), The history of Kurdish literature, Aras, Erbil.
  7. ^ Iranian National Library