Saadi Shirazi, “Human Beings are Members of a Whole”

Saadi Shirazi narrates that “an emperor intended to kill a prisoner. The prisoner insulted the emperor for his destiny. “What did he say?” The emperor asked one of his ministers. “He prayed for your Excellency.” The minister answered. That was how the emperor forgave the prisoner.  Another minister, who was the adversary of the lying […]

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Saadi Tomb

Saadi Tomb was first the Saadi's (Persian poet) monastery and he passed the end of his life there and where he is buried later. In the thirteenth century for the first time, a mausoleum was built over the tomb of Saadi by Saheb Divan, the governor of Shiraz. In the 19th century, a building of [...]
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