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  Persian Language & Literature: Ali Akbar Dehkhoda
irza Ali Akbar Ghazvini, known as Dehkhoda, the Persian literary scholar, poet, author, and a political and social critic, was born in Tehran circa 1879.
Dehkhoda studied theology and Islamic law and literature under the tutelage of Shaykh Gholam-Hossain Borujerdi, but was also influenced by the liberal attitude and teachings of his neighbor, Shaykh Hadi Najmabadi.
After Dehkhoda's death the Institute was transferred to the Parliament which assumed its responsibility and the administrative duties of Loghat nameh was assigned to Dr. Mohammad Mo'in, one of his assistants and collaborators since 1945, by the Majlis in accordance to Dehkhoda's wishes enunciated in his Will.
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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Dehkhoda Dictionary   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ali Akbar Dekhoda (علی‌اکبر دهخدا in Persian; 1879–March 9, 1959) was a prominent Iranian linguist, and author of the most extensive dictionary of the Persian language ever published.
Mohammad Moin (Born 1918 Rasht, Iran) was one of the prominent masters of Persian literature and Iranology.
Dehkhoda was born in Tehran to parents from Qazvin.
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 Ali Akbar Dehkhoda - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
Ali Akbar Dehkhoda (علی‌اکبر دهخدا in Persian; 1879–March 9 1959) was a prominent Iranian linguist, and author of the most extensive dictionary of the Persian language ever published.
Dehkhoda quickly excelled in Persian literature, Arabic and French and graduated from College studying political science.
When Mohammad Ali Shah was deposed by people in 1911, he came back to the country and became a member of new parliament.
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 Ali-Akbar Akbar Dehkhoda
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Allameh Ali Akbar Dehkhoda was a prominent Iranian linguist, and author of the most extensive dictionary of the Persian language ever published.
Dehkhoda was born in Tehran to parents from Qazvin.
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 Ali Akbar  Dehkhoda  
Mirza Ali Akbar Ghazvini, known as Dehkhoda, the Persian literary scholar, poet, author, and a political and social critic, was born in Tehran circa 1879 (1297HG).
According to Dehkhoda's classmate and friend, Abdollah Mostofi, the initial enrollment was 16 students though apparently more enrolled later, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Moshir-al-doleh and his secretary Moshir-al-Molk lectured at the school.
After Dehkhoda's death the Institute was transferred to the Parliament which assumed its responsibility and the administrative duties of Loghat nameh was assigned to Dr. Mohammad Mo'in, one of his assistants and collaborators since 1324(1945), by the Majlis in accordance to Dehkhoda's wishes enunciated in his Will.
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 DEHKHODA
Dehkhoda studied theology and Islamic law and literature under the tutelage of Shaykh Gholam-Hossain Borujerdi, but was also influenced by the liberal attitude and teachings of his neighbor, Shaykh Hadi Najmabadi.
According to Dehkhoda's classmate and friend, Abdollah Mostofi, the initial enrollment was 16 students though apparently more enrolled later, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Moshir-al-doleh and his secretary Moshir-al-Molk lectured at the school.
After completing his studies, Dehkhoda was retained as a secretary by the Ghajar dignitary and ambassador to Balkan countries, Mo'aven-al-doleh Ghafari (later Ahmad Shah's Foreign Minister in 1915), a man of substantial means.
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 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News
Allameh Ali Akbar Dehkhoda (علی‌اکبر دهخدا in Persian; 1879–March 9 1959) was a prominent Iranian linguist, and author of the most extensive dictionary of the Persian language ever published.
[1] Dehkhoda was born in Tehran to parents from Qazvin.
There he continued publishing articles and editorials, but when Mohammad Ali Shah was deposed in 1911, he returned to the country and became a member of the new Majles parliament.
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 پایگاه اطلاع رسانی بنیاد ایران شناسی Iranology Foundation
Ali Akbar Dehkhoda was born in Tehran at about the year 1297 After Hejrat (by the Lunar Calendar).His father, called Khanbaba Khan, was one of the small landowners of Ghazvin city who had emigrated to Tehran before Ali Akbar’s birth.
Dehkhoda began a far and wide study of the proverbs used by common people, the people in the street, as well as all the ones he could find in the precious treasures of Persian poetry and prose collections.
Dehkhoda was very skillful in writing both in poetry and in prose; and he went deeply into the study of many of the Old Iranian poets’ works.
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 Ali Akbar Dehkhoda   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ali Akber Dekhoda, (1879 –; March 9 1959) the Iranian linguist, was born in Tehran.
Dehkhoda learned Persian literature, Arabic and French and graduated from College of political science.
Dehkhoda translated Montesquieu’s Spirit of the Laws into Persian.
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 Ali Akbar Dehkhoda - WikIran
Allameh Ali Akbar Dehkhoda (علی‌اکبر دهخدا in Persian; 1879–March 9 1959) was a prominent Iranian linguist and the author of the most extensive dictionary of the Persian language ever published.
Dehkhoda was born in Tehran, his parents originally hailing from Qazvin.
Dehkhoda quickly excelled in Persian literature, Arabic and French, and graduated from college with a degree in political science.
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 Aliakbar Sanati Museum Tehran
Ali Akbar Sanati was born in Kerman in 1916.
Former President Mohammad Khatami awarded Ali Akbar Sanati an emblem of merit in art degree for 60 years of meritorious service to the art sector.
In this Museum that opened on 1948, masterpieces of "Seyed Ali Akbar Sanati", a contemporaneous famous and skillful sculptor and painter, are shown.
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 Iran Daily - Arts & Culture - 03/01/06
TEHRAN, Feb. 28--Great Iranian poet, novelist and journalist Ali Akbar Dehkhoda is well known for his pioneering dictionary who, in his will, bequeathed the publication rights of his masterpiece to the Iranian nation.
Dehkhoda, who served as a lecturer at the Faculty of Political Science, was born in 1879.
Ali Rahbari, who recently resigned as the principal conductor of the Tehran Symphony Orchestra, with financial support from the then Ministry of Culture and Art, in the late 1970s recorded works by Persian contemporary composers Hossein Dehlavi, Houshang Ostovar, Aminollah Hossein, Mohammad-Taghi Massoudieh, Ahmad Pejman, and one of his own compositions.
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 Allameh Ali Akbar Dehkhoda's Life and Work || Imam Reza (A.S.) Network
Dehkhoda as well as many other intellectuals, among them Allameh Muhammad Qazvini, was exiled to Europe.
Dehkhoda died in 1955 in Tehran and was buried near the city of Rayy.
After Dehkhoda's death, the Iranian Parliament took over his work and entrusted the Department of Persian Language and Literature of the University of Tehran in 1957 with the supervision on Loghat Nameh Dehkhoda.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Ali Akbar Dehkhoda
Dehkhoda was born in Tehran to parents from Qazvin.
Dehkhoda quickly excelled in Persian literature, Arabic and French and graduated from College studying political science.
Dehkhoda translated Montesquieu's De l'esprit des lois (The Spirit of the Laws) into Persian.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Dehkhoda
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 Dehkhoda museum inaugurated on 50th anniversary of lexicographer’s death   (Site not responding. Last check: )
TEHRAN, Mar. 10 (MNA) – The Museum of the Dehkhoda Dictionary Foundation was inaugurated on February 26, which was the 50th anniversary of the death of Iranian scholar Ali-Akbar Dehkhoda, the Persian service of the Cultural Heritage News (CHN) network reported on Thursday.
The museum features Dehkhoda’s manuscripts and photos of his house which were donated to the foundation by his nephew Farhad Dehkhoda.
The Culture Ministry intended to buy Dehkhoda’s house after he finished compiling his dictionary in 1955 in order to convert it into a school that was to be named after him, but the house was destroyed after his death and the Dehkhoda High School was established on Tehran’s Iranshahr St. instead.
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 Qazvin (city), Iran
Panjeh Ali Mosque: A former place of worship for royal harem members in the Safavid period.
Aside from Shahzadeh Hossein, a shiite saint, where a handsome shrine has been built, there are an abundance of scientists and mystics who lived in Qazvin, or came from Qazvin, or whose tombs are scattered throughout the cities and villages of the province.
Ali Akbar Dehkhoda: Prominent linguist and author of Iran's first modern Farsi dictionary, was originally from Qazvin.
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 The condition of intellectuals in Iran
More recently Ali Akbar Davar, the brain behind Reza Shah’s autocratic rule and organiser of Iran’s modern bureaucracy and judiciary, committed suicide on orders of the Shah in 1936.
Similarly, Ali Akbar Davar, one of the Pahlavi king’s most faithful servants, architect of the modern state and the founder of the most important new organs of this state, was ordered to commit suicide.
The other was led by Ali Shariati the new theorist for religious renewal who called the Iranian intellectual a fake copy of their European counterpart, acting as a "guide" to neo-colonialism.
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 dehkhodaEN
li Akbar Dehkhoda, the Persian literary scholar, poet, author, and a political and social critic, was born in Tehran 1879.
Dehkhoda studied theology and Islamic law and literature under the tutelage of Shaykh Gholam-Hossain Borujerdi.
After completing his studies, Dehkhoda was retained as a secretary by the Ghajar dignitary and ambassador to Balkan countries, and studied for the next two years, primarily in Vienna, Austria.
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 Persian literature information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dehkhoda Dictionary is the largest ever lexical compilation of the Persian language and literature.
Dehkhoda names 200 Persian lexicographical works in his monumental Dehkhoda Dictionary, the earliest being from the late Sassanid era, namely Farhang-i Avim (فرهنگ اویم) and Farhang-i Menakhtay (فرهنگ مناختای).
While Dehkhoda, for instance, uses a lesser-known traditional form, the mosammat, to elegize the execution of a revolutionary journalist, 'Aref employs the ghazal, "the most central genre within the lyrical tradition" (p.
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 Qazvin Province information - Search.com
Panjeh Ali Mosque: A former place of worship for royal harem members in the Safavid period.
Aside from Shahzadeh Hossein, a shiite saint, where a handsome shrine has been built, there are an abundance of scientists and mystics who lived in Qazvin, or came from Qazvin, or whose tombs are scattered throughout the cities and villages of the province.
Ali Akbar Dehkhoda: Prominent linguist and author of Iran's first modern Persian dictionary, was originally from Qazvin.
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 Qazvin (city) at AllExperts
Perhaps the most famous of the surviving edifices is the Ali Qapu mansion, today a museum in central Qazvin.
After Islam, the popularity of mystics (tasawwuf), as well as the prominence of tradition (Hadith), religious jurisprudence (fiqh), and philosophy in Qazvin, led to the emergence of many mosques and religious schools, among which the most magnificent are:
Aside from Shahzadeh Hossein, a Shiite saint, to whom a handsome shrine has been built, there have been an abundance of scientists and mystics who lived in Qazvin, or came from Qazvin, whose tombs are scattered throughout the cities and villages of the province.
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 Dehkhoda Institute: A Hidden National Treasure
Ali Akbar Dehkhoda is well known to all Persian scholars across the world.
Dr Dehkhoda was involved in this vast task until the end of his life, and during his lifetime and after his death, many scholars such as Dr Shahidi and Dr Mo'in helped with compiling, translating and formatting this national treasure.
The institute has been rebuilt in recent years and it was a delight to be invited, on the 51st anniversary of Dr Dehkhoda’s passing, to the opening of the Dr Seyed Jafar Shahidi Library.
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 Moin and Dehkhoda dictionaries to go online despite controversy
On hearing the recent news alleging that a website has already illegally put the two dictionaries on line, Soleimani explained that it is not clear whether its organizers are in Iran or other countries and that it seems that they have gone ahead without obtaining a license to launch the site.
The Dehkhoda Dictionary was compiled by the scholar Ali-Akbar Dehkhoda and, comprising 15 volumes (26000 pages), is the largest comprehensive Persian dictionary ever published.
She expressed her criticism over the repeated re-publishing of the dictionary with an ever-increasing number of errors, adding, “The point is that we would like the dictionaries to be published exactly as they were first compiled and not to be issued as something merely similar to the original works.”
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 Book Details
After Dehkhoda’s death the Iranian Parliament took over his work and in 1957 it entrusted the Department of Persian Language and Literature of the University of Tehran with the supervision over Loghat Nameh Dehkhoda.
Mohammad Moin, a well-known university professor, who had co-authored Dehkhoda in his work over Loghat Nameh, was appointed Chairman of the Loghat Nameh Dehkhoda Institute while.
For details on the history of the Loghat Nameh Dehkhoda Institute, please refer to the introductory chapter of Loghat Nameh Dehkhoda.
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