Golchin Gilani

گلچین گیلانی

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Dr. Majdoddin Mirfakhraee Native name Born Died Resting place Pen name Occupation Language Nationality Genre Spouse Relatives
مجدالدین میرفخرایی
(1910-01-01)1 January 1910 Rasht, Gilan Province, Iran
20 December 1972(1972-12-20) (aged 62) London, England
London
Golchin Gilani
Poet
Persian
Iran
Poetry
Jalil-al-Sādāt Irān-doḵt Meḡnāṭ Šahin Jasuri Tabrizi
H.A.Sayeh : Cousin

Majd-al-Din Mir-faḵrāʾi, better known by his pen name Golchin Gilani was an Iranian poet. Golchin Gilani was born in Rasht on 1 January 1910 (11 Dey 1288 in the Solar Hijri calendar) and died in London on 20 December 1972 (29 Azar 1351). His father, Sayyed Mahdi Mir-faḵrāʾi, was an Iranian Governor. Majd-al-Din went to primary school in his birthplace and went to high school in Tehran. After getting his bachelor''s degree, he moved to England and earned a PhD in medicine.

In the 1940s, Gilani worked as a translator for the British Broadcasting Corporation, as well as writing, translating, and recording newsreel narration for Movietone News.

The Rain

The Rain (Persian: باران‎, Bārān), published in 1944, is probably his most famous poem. It''s a long poem about his adventure in jungles in Rasht when he was ten years old. the first-half of poem tells about the nice weather and the clear sky; then in the second-half It suddenly begins to rain : "slowly,the clouds won and it began to rain" and he says about how did he enjoy that weather; too; that becomes the result of the poem. the last lines tell : "so hear this; my kid : for an experienced man, the life, if good, if bad, is nice; is nice; is nice."

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