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The Kalâme Sarânjâm (Persian: کلام سرانجام‎ or Serencam "The Discourse of Conclusion") is the central religious text of the Ahl-e Haqq, written in the 15th century based on the teachings of Sultan Sahak. The Ahl-e Haqq believe the Kalâm-e Saranjâm to be the book of divine guidance and direction for mankind[1][page needed] and consider the text in its original Kurdish Gorani dialect to be the literal word of God.[1]:21


  1. ^ a b Hamzeh'ee, M. Reza (1990), The Yâresân, ISBN 3-922968-83-X

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