عنوان مقاله [English]
Mulla Parishan was one of the well-known Gurani dialect poets. Unfortunately, there is not much information concerning his biography and literary works. In this descriptive-analytical paper, the focus is on the manuscripts, volume of poems, and information inserted in the hat note and colophon of manuscripts as well as the poetic language and content of his poetry. What is certain is that he spoke in Laki, but his poems are based on the Kurdish literary language "Gurani". However, Laki, Kalhuri, Persian, and Arabic words have added to the complexity of his poetic language. Contrary to the findings of previous researchers, Mulla Parishan was not an adherent of the Horufiyes, a Sufi sect of Shi'a (shitte), but benefited greatly from Abjad and hermeneutics as other scholars of Imamiyya Shi'a. There is a significant reference to Ali Abi Talib's Wilayat (religious leadership and guardianship) in both Mulla and Sheikh Rajab Borsi's thoughts. Furthermore, by examining the manuscripts it was concluded that many of the poems that have been attributed to him belong to Malek Hussein Khan Kolyaei – a poet of the Gurani style in the nineteenth century.