Literary Heritage Series for Young Readers: The Simurgh and the Birds
The Simurgh and the Birds is the second book in the Literary Heritage Series for Young Readers. It is an abridged translation of Mantiq-ut-Tayr (Conference of the Birds) written in Persian by the Sufi poet, Fareed ud-Din Attar.
Mantiq-ut-Tayr is one of the most brilliant works of the golden age of blossoming of Sufi philosophy and ideas in the medieval era. Told in a lively and engaging manner, and interspersed with vivid descriptions, The Simurgh and the Birds will capture the imagination of young people.
The book is infused with the principles of morality. It brings the message of hope, happiness, peace, and harmony to the young generation.
|Weight in kg||0.180|
|Readership / Level||For Ages 12 years and above|