|Dagestan radio airing Persian “Good Stories”||
Henceforth, the stories will be aired in Russian during “Educational Stories”, a program that has been organized by the Iranian Cultural Attaché’s Office in Makhachkala and Dagestan’s Ahlul Bayt Research Center, the Cultural Attaché’s Office announced in a press release on Monday.
All eight volumes of “Good Stories for Good Children” have been translated into Russian under the auspices of the office.
Azar Yazdi (1921-2009) simplified stories from classic Persian masterpieces such as the Gulistan, Masnavi-e Manavi, Marzbannameh and Sinbadnameh to write “Good Stories for Good Children” in eight volumes. This collection also comprises stories from the Holy Quran and the life of the Prophet Muhammad (S) and his Household (AS).
“Good Stories for Good Children” earned its author national fame.
The collection won a UNESCO prize in 1966 and was selected as Iran’s book of the year in 1967.
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