He was put to death in Aleppo around 1407 because of his fervent propagation of the Ḥorufi beliefs.The influence of Persian poets such as Rumi, Neẓāmi Ganjavi, and ʿAṭṭār is noticeable in his poetry, and he mentions Ḥāfeẓ in his Persian . Sheikh Ṣafi-al-Din Ardabili and established the latter’s Sufi order in Herat under the Timurid Šāhroḵ. The 15th century saw the beginning of a more important period in the history of the Azeri Turkish literature. 1438-68) himself wrote lyrical poems in Turkish using the pen name of “Ḥaqiqi.” He sent his of Persian and Turkish poems to ʿAbd-al-Raḥmān Jāmi, who praised their form as well as their content (Heyʾat, 1979, p. Another poet-ruler of great significance is Esmāʿil I (r.4) From the advent of the revolution of 1979 to the present.Though the desire of some fervent Azerbaijanis to make Azeri Turkish their educational language has not been fulfilled, there is no longer a ban on Azeri Turkish publications in Iran, and more than 200 works in Azeri Turkish have appeared.
Only a few audacious poets managed to get some of their works secretly printed.
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Another bilingual Turkish-speaking poet from Azerbaijan, one whose Persian poetry takes precedence over his Azeri Turkish, is Moʿin-al-Din ʿAli Shah Qāsem-e Anwār (b. The position of the literary language was reinforced under the Qarāqoyunlu (r. 1487-1524), founder of the Safavid dynasty, who established Shiʿism as the state religion of Iran.
The strong adherence of the Turkish population of the province of Azerbaijan to Shiʿism was among the factors that were to weaken their ties with the rest of the Turkic world, giving Azeri Turkish literature a local identity and restricting it to Azerbaijan and the area just north of it (now Republic of Azerbaijan).
The origins of the stories attributed to Dädä Qorqut, which are about the heroic age of the Oghuz Turks, probably lie back in this period.