Kamal al-din Esfahani

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Kamal al-Din Esfahani (Persian: کمال الدین اصفهانی‎) (ca. 568/1172-73 – ca. 635/1237), was Persian poet from Isfahan, noted for his mastery of the panegyric.[1] From the Timurid era onwards, he has also been called Ḵallāq al-maʿāni, “creator of intricate meanings”


He was born to Kamal al-Din Esfahani in Isfahan, a famous poet in 1172 in a well established Hanafi family of the Ṣāʿeds.


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