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Bulud Qarachorlu

Bulud Qarachorlu
Born 1926
Maragheh, Iran
Died 1979
Tehran, Iran
Occupation Poet

Bulud Qarachorlu (Persian: بولود قاراچورلو‎‎, Azerbaijani: Bulud Qaraçorlu, born 1926 in Maragheh, Eastern Azerbaijan — died 1979 in Tehran), mainly known by his pen name, (Sahand : سهند), was a legendary Iranian poet of Azerbaijani people, Sahand wrote and His poems was in Azerbaijani language.

Work[1]

  • Sazimin Sözü
  • poem of Araz
  • poem of Khatirah

References

  1. ^ رده:بولوت قاراچورلو
  • Bulud Qaraçurlu Səhənd. "Dədəmin kitabı". Stokholm, 2006.
  • Parvana Mammadli. "Azerbaijan matbuat tarixi". Baku, 2010.

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