Extracted from the story of Kelley and Demena.
Kelley and Demena is a book containing a collection of fables. It was translated into Arabic in the Abbasid age specifically in the second hijri century (the eighth Gregorian century) by Abdullah ibn al-Muqaffa using his own writing style. A lot of researchers have agreed that the book goes back to Indian roots, and was based on the Sanskrit text Pañcatantra. Then it was translated into Pahlavi language at the beginning of the sixth Gregorian century by orders from Khosrow I.
Moona Aram Far
PhD student in Persian language and literature
ُSHe has authored more than 5 books in Persian literature and fiction
Born in Tehran in 1980, Iran, She has worked as a teaching assistant at various universities around the country and has been involved in book editing and book authoring.
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