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    E–pub/Pdf [The Adventures of Amir Hamza] Author Ghalib Lakhnavi This panoramic saga dates back perhaps as early as the seventh century when oral narratives of the deeds of the prophet Muhammad's uncle Amir Hamza spread through Arabia Persia and the Indian subcontinent expanding into a chronicle of warriors kings tricksters fairies courtesans and magical creaturesHere is a special abridged English translation of a major Indo Persian epic a panoramic tale of magic and passion a clas

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The Adventures of Amir HamzaThis anoramic saga dates back erhaps as early as the seventh century when oral narratives of the deeds of the rophet Muhammad s uncle Amir Hamza spread through Arabia Persia and the when oral narratives of the deeds of the rophet Muhammad s uncle Amir Hamza spread through Arabia Persia and the subcontinent expanding into a chronicle of warriors kings tricksters fairies "COURTESANS AND MAGICAL CREATURESHERE IS A SPECIAL ABRIDGED ENGLISH "and magical creaturesHere is a special abridged English of a major Indo Persian epic a anoramic tale of magic and assion a classic hero s odyssey that has captivated much of the world It is the spellbinding story of Amir Hamza the adventurer who in the service of the Persian emperor defeats many enemies loves many women and converts hundreds of infidels to the True Faith before finding his way back to his first loveIn Musharraf Ali Farooi s remarkable abridged rendition this to his first loveIn Musharraf Ali Farooi s remarkable abridged rendition this is captured with all its colorful action and fantastic elements intact Appreciated as the seminal Islamic epic or enjoyed as a sweeping tale as rich and inventive as Homer s epic sagas The Adventures of Amir Hamza is a true literary treasureSee other books in our Folktales from Islamic Traditions booklist here childhood memories revived I read Daastaan e Ameer Hamza in Urdu when I was a kid and the stories mesmerized me with the make believe world of Jinns Devs This is a glorious tale and if you want to go on a romp through a magical world then this is the lace to start Set in the early times of Islam it does indeed also talk oh how Amir Hamza the uncle of Muhammed through his adventures helped to spread Islam If you ignore this aspect and focus on the utterly magical tale of adventure magic loyalty devs fairies love then you are set for a magical ride The translation of this edition is magnificent I did read the unabridged version A rollicking tale of magical adventures that got way too formulaic towards the endIt started off well and even had some funny moments By halfway through you start to re. Here is a special abridged English translation of a major Indo Persian epic a Književna groupie 2: Strovaljivanje panoramic tale of magic andassion a classic hero’s odyssey that has captivated much of the world It is the spellbinding story of Amir Hamza the adventurer who in. Alise that the stories are repeating themselves The best bits Were About The Various Jinn Or Devs about the various Jinn or Devs magical enchantments they construct and their varied relationships they have with MANKIND EVEN THOUGH THE TRANSLATOR HAS Even though the translator has a commendable job this abridged version suffers from some inconsistencies and some characters who seem to come out of nowhere This book shares much of the cultural background of the Shahnama the national epic of Persia and the Arabian Nights For me it was better than the Arabian Nights but not so good as the Shahnama One feels like slicing the book into two like a cucumber and dispatching it to hell a line which seems to be on every second age of the book A long and not interesting read While the translation is great there is something about the stories which doesn t add up to anything much The book is like a collection of fairy tales involving the same Reality Hunger: A Manifesto. David Shields people descriptions of events after events all much the same The writing is not gripping it is difficult to read the archaic And worst the stories do not capture the imagination do not delight or shock There arearts which are honestly repulsive and tedious mostly involving the attitude towards women With our short attention spans and limited time it takes a heroic effort to get through the book I always assumed that books or stories become classics because they have depth a connection to some inherent issues which survive the centuries but that isn t the case here Unless you have some historical or academic interest in examining this it isn t worth a read Although described as a Persian epic this abridged version is actually from the Urdu version Apparently this is a Learner Strategies in Language Learning popular story throughout the Muslim world It may be abridged but it is still uite a read at almost 500ages Trust me I liked it but I m really not interested in reading the full account Amir Hamza is a hero who is in the service of. The service of the Persian emperor defeats many enemies loves many women and converts hundreds of infidels to the True Faith before finding his way back to his first love In Musharraf Ali Farooi’s remarkable abridged rendition this masterwork. The Persian emperor Or the emperor of some really big lace He himself is from Mecca and a Muslim a follower of the true faith the uotes are mine For whatever reason the empire he serves is one of infidels or fire worshippers As many of these epics go there is a big falling out between Amir fire worshippers As many of these epics go there is a big falling out between Amir the emperor because the emperor is an idiot and listens to bad advice This leads to a very long I mean looooong standoff between Amir and the infidels throughout much of the book With his enormous strength and his great shout of God "is great amir annihilates his enemies easily he "Great Amir Annihilates His Enemies Easily He Them The Choice Often his enemies easily He gives them the choice often convert to Islam or die If they convert they become his friend and servant Therefore enemies uickly become friends after many eople have tragically died of course Amir is therefore a witness to his faith a savior of souls who moves from camp to camp and adversary to adversary I did not get the feeling that he literally ruled anything other than nominallyAs Amir goes about destroying enemies and making friends he meets and marries many women And since this is a medieval epic expect a good deal of Just Destiny pining and swooningThere is a break with his battles with the evil empire when Amir leaves the mundane behind and enters the world of the jinn to do battle with all kinds of nasty devs demons While doing so he marries aowerful fairy woman and like Calypso and Odysseus she keeps him from returning to humankind even after he begs and begs This is a fun departure but it too goes on and on and on Basically this is not a bad story but a tad repetitive The blurb on the cover states that this epic is to medieval Persia what the Iliad and Odyssey is to GreeceHAThat honor goes to The Shahnameh or King Book by Firdausi This is THE epic of Persia comparable to Homer and makes Amir Hamza look like a Paradise Run pile ofoohThe translation reads nicely but some areas feel a bit rushed This is abridged btw. Is captured with all its colorful action and fantastic elements intact Appreciated as the seminal Islamic epic or enjoyed as a sweeping tale as rich and inventive as Homer’s epic sagas The Adventures of Amir Hamza is a true literary treasure. ,