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Boozarjomehr

بزرگمهر ، بزرگمهرپسربختگان،بوذرجمهر


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- Bozorgmehr may have been used as a title Bozorg (Grand) Mehr (Sun)Bozorgmehr son of Bakhtag (Bakhtagan), was the Vezir of Sassanid king Khosrau Anoushirvan dadgar( the Just) (reign 531–578) attested in the literature and legend of Iran. He was a man of exceptional wisdom and sage counsels and later became a characterization of the expression. His name has appeared in some of the important work in Persian literature, most notably in the Shahnameh of Ferdowsi.Bozorgmehr may have also been the title of Borzu or Borzouyeh, the Hakim of the Sassanid court and sometimes thought to be same person.Bozorgmehr was first appointed as a tutor to Hormoz, Anoushirvan's son. Bozorgmehr became Vezir when showing great talent and knowledge in politics. According to Bozorgmehr, the greatest misery for any human is to find out that he has achieved nothing good at the end of his life.When the king of India sent the chessboard to Iran, Bozorgmehr not only won the Indian ambassador in the game but also invented the backgammon game.In Shahnameh there are several references to Bozorgmehr, in one case the Roman Emperor sent a puzzle in a box to the Shah of Iran and Bozorgmehr was the only one to solve it. (Wikipedia) - Bozorgmehr-e Boxtagan is the name of a vizier of Xusro I Anu014Du0161u012Bravu0101n (dadgar) (reign 531u2013578) attested in the literature and legend of Iran. According to Persian and Arabic sources, he was a man of "exceptional wisdom and sage counsels" and later become a characterisation of the expression. The name has appeared in some of the important work in Persian literature most notably in Shahnameh. The historian Arthur Christensen suggested that Bozorgmehr was the same as Borzu016Bya the physician, but historigraphical studies of post-Sassanid Persian literature as well as linguistic analysis show otherwise. However, the word "Borzu016Bya" can sometimes be a shortened form of Bozorgmehr. An early reference to Bozorgmehr is from the Aydu0101gu0101r u012B Wuzurgmihr in which he is called an argbedu2014a high-ranking title in Sassanid and Parthian period. Later mention of him is given in the Shahnameh and also very briefly in u1E6Eau02BFu0101lebu012Bu2019s u1E20orar and Masu02BFu016Bdu012Bu2019s Moru016Bj. Bozorgmehr Not to be confused with Borzūya.Bozorgmehr demonstrates the game of nard to the Indian RajasSculpture of Bozorgmehr on Bozorgmehr Square in IsfahanBozorgmehr-e Bokhtagan (in Pahlavi: Wuzurgmihr ī Bōkhtagān) is the name of a vizier of Khusro I Anōšīravān (dadgar) (reign 531–578) attested in the literature and legend of Iran. According to Persian and Arabic sources, he was a man of "exceptional wisdom and sage counsels" and later became a characterisation of the expression. His name has appeared in some of the important work in Persian literature, most notably in the Shahnameh. The historian Arthur Christensen has suggested that Bozorgmehr was the same person as Borzūya the physician, but historigraphical studies of post-Sassanid Persian literature, as well as linguistic analysis show otherwise. However, the word "Borzūya" can sometimes be considered a shortened form of Bozorgmehr. An early reference to Bozorgmehr is found in the 'Aydāgār ī Wuzurgmihr', in which he is called an argbed—a high-ranking title in

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