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This article is a study of the life and poetry of Mirza Ali-Reza Tajalli Shirazi (Ardakani), a scholar-poet from the latter half of the 17th century, introducing also the 10 manuscript of the two mathnavi poems, Mi'raj-al-Khial and Vasf-e Kashmir and his Divan. It includes an introduction, review of literature, Tajalli's life story and time, presentation of his works, manuscripts of his books, style and characteristic of his poetry, meter, rhymes and radifs (word (s) repeated following the rhyme word at the end of each hemistich), Tajalli's contemporary poets and conclusion.
A follower of the Indian Style, the poet was born at Ardakan, in the province of Fars, lived in Isfahan for some time, went on a journey to India once, and finally settled in his home town. He has left behind a number of works a few of which have been published and some others have remained unpublished.
The focus in this article is on the manuscripts of the poet's two mathnavis and Divan.