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The following are selected robaiiat that introduces the real Omar, the great Persian mathematician, astronomer, philosopher and poet of the eleventh century. As you read, please note how these robaiiat apply to our contemporary time and how the world is going astray for not being aware of them.

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Omar Khayyam was a Persian mathematician, astronomer, and poet. He was born in 1048 in Nishapur, northeastern Iran, and died in 1131 in his birth place. He studied under the Arab scholar, Sheikh Muhammad Mansuri in present day Afghanistan

Omar Khayyam was a Persian mathematician, astronomer, and poet. He studied under the Arab scholar, Sheikh Muhammad Mansuri in present day Afghanistan. Omar spent most of his life near the court of the Karakhanid and Seljuq rulers in the period which witnessed the First Crusade. Omar's mathematical accomplishments include the classifications and solutions of cubic equations. His work contributed significantly to the development of non-Euclidean geometry.

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Omar Khayyam (/kaɪˈjɑːm/; Persian: عمر خیّام‎ ; 18 May 1048 – 4 December 1131) was a Persian mathematician, astronomer, philosopher, and poet

Omar Khayyam (/kaɪˈjɑːm/; Persian: عمر خیّام‎ ; 18 May 1048 – 4 December 1131) was a Persian mathematician, astronomer, philosopher, and poet. He was born in Nishapur, in northeastern Iran, and spent most of his life near the court of the Karakhanid and Seljuq rulers in the period which witnessed the First Crusade

Scientist, Philosopher, Poet and Eternal Role Model By Ali A. Parsa

html 3/22/06 Rediscovery of Hakim Omar Khayyam : The Great Persian Mathematician, Astronomer, Scientist, Philosopher, Poet and Eternal Role Model By Ali A. The following are selected robaiiat that introduces the real Omar, the great Persian mathematician, astronomer, philosopher and poet of the eleventh century.

Omar Khayyám was an extremely talented and famous Persian mathematician, astronomer, philosopher, and poet. It is believed that Omar adopted the name ‘Khayyám’ as a mark of respect for his father’s occupation. His work as an outstanding mathematician and astronomer led to the reform of the ancient Muslim calendar. Also, the theorems given by him are still applied in mathematics. Despite his work in mathematics and astronomy, Khayyam is best known for his poems.

Omar Khayyam was a Persian astronomer, writer, poet and mathematician renowned in Iran for his scientific . According to reports the ruler used to show him the greatest honour, so much so that he would make Khayyam sit next to him on his divan.

Omar Khayyam was a Persian astronomer, writer, poet and mathematician renowned in Iran for his scientific achievements. English-speaking readers know of his extraordinary work through the translation of his collection of hundreds of quatrains (or rubais) in Rubaiyat, an 1859 work on the "the Astronomer-Poet of Persia". Probably he was still at Shams al-Muk's court around 1073 when peace was concluded with Sultan Malik Shah, who had earlier invaded the territory.

1998 English translation from Persian Robaiiat and their everlasting wisdom with emphasis on combating substance abuse and hypocrisy. Please note that this is not just another translation. It contains a uniquely detailed analysis of Khayyams personality according to his poems with emphasis on combating substance abuse and hypocrisy. The author calls Omar's Robaiiat " Literary tranquilizers," the cheapest and most effective means of inspiration, relaxation, self restraint necessary for a moderate and healthy lifestyle free from abuse and excess. This unique treatise is not merely another translation but much more and the only one of its kind. Reading this book is a must for those who are interested in factual and yet relaxing poetries, called "literally tranquilizers" by the author or recipes for a happy, healthy, long and independent life.

Comments: (3)

Legionstatic
The translation in English is not my way!!! I like Omar Khayyam, but the translation from Perien to English is not nice enough!!
Isha
The later book on Khayyam, "The Wine of Wisdom" by Mehi Aminrazavi, is an improvement on this earnest but clumsy and strangely blinkered biography.

The points made are those which are somewhat irritably repeated ad nauseam by so many modern Persian scholars: that Khayyam was a great scientist but only a minor poet, that Westerners do not see the full picture, that the language of the Rubaiyyat is figurative and we should not assume that the wine, women and parties celebrated by Khayyam are anything more than metaphors for a far more austere message -- and so forth.

Above all, the authors attack the FitzGerald translations as bawdy ramblings, scribbled in rancid Victorian juices which never flowed from Khayyam's thousand-year-old but still-translucent grapes. To them, FitzGerald has sullied the purity of a devout Muslim scientist by exalting a few speculative elements in his writing and encouraging us to believe that Khayyam was a fatalist, an agnostic, a sensualist and a sot.

Unhappily, both Aminrazavi and Parsa seem unable to understand the English of the FitzGerald poem, which is complex and vast in scope, and (like the poetry of Tennyson and Wordsworth, FitzGerald's idols) only simple to the simple reader.

Like most English readers who have taken the trouble to read subsequent translations of the Rubaiyyat, both in poetry and prose, and in other languages, I reach the conclusion that FitzGerald's versions (especially the First Edition) have never been improved upon -- and the secondary conclusion that they do not betray the themes and thoughts of Khayyam in any substantive way.

That which is universal in Khayyam's poetry belongs to all the world. Attempts to show us that he was a great scientist as well as a great poet are very welcome. The argument that his quatrains constitute a severe thesis on Islamic theology smacks of the six impossible things that modern Iranians (like the White Queen in "Alice in Wonderland") are called upon to believe every day before breakfast.
Thorgahuginn
Universally Khayyam is known as the book's title describes but there is a clear contradiction between Khayyam's poems and the quality of a Mathematician, scientist, jurisprudent,.... According to the late philosopher Muhammad Taghi Jafari Tabrizi citing from a book from Dr. Taghi Arani ( one of the 52 jailed by Reza Shah) Khayyam was the poet and Khayyami was the Mathematician, scientist,..... Two different individuals with two opposing qualities.
Rediscovery of Hakim Omar Khayyam : The Great Persian Mathematician, Astronomer, Scientist, Philosopher, Poet and Eternal Role Model download epub
Author: Ali A. Parsa Ph.D.
ISBN: 0966336100
Category: Biographies & Memoris
Language: English
Publisher: Ali a Parsa (June 1, 1998)
Pages: 228 pages