Kimia Khatoon

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Kimia Khatoon
Author Saideh Ghods
Language Persian

Kimia Khatoon is a Persian language novel by Saideh Ghods.

Kimia Khatoon has been a best-seller[1][2] for twelve consecutive months since its publication.[3] It is originally written in Persian. It has been translated into Turkish (where it also became a bestseller)[4] and was (as of February 21, 2011) being translated into English.[5]
The novel is about Rumi’s stepdaughter, who found her way in his Hiram after the marriage of her mother, Kera Khatoon, to the Sufi mystic and poet.[6] She then falls in love with Rumi's son, her stepbrother. but she is given in marriage to Rumi's master and friend Shams Tabrizi.[7]

There is a film called Rumi's Kimia in development based on the novel.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Book, Saideh Ghods official website
  2. ^ Middle East Epic Emerges by the Bay: Producer’s Interview, Doniphan Blair, CineSource Magazine online, February 21, 2011
  3. ^ Saideh Gods official website
  4. ^ Middle East Epic Emerges by the Bay: Producer’s Interview, Doniphan Blair, CineSource Magazine online, February 21, 2011
  5. ^ Middle East Epic Emerges by the Bay: Producer’s Interview, Doniphan Blair, CineSource Magazine online, February 21, 2011
  6. ^ Book, Saideh Ghods official website
  7. ^ Middle East Epic Emerges by the Bay: Producer’s Interview, Doniphan Blair, CineSource Magazine online, February 21, 2011
  8. ^ Middle East Epic Emerges by the Bay: Producer’s Interview, Doniphan Blair, CineSource Magazine online, February 21, 2011