, a Persian poet, born at Bāfḳ, in Kirmān, died in 991 (1583) or 992 (1584) and spent most of his life in Yazd. He wrote panegyrics in honour of S̲h̲āh Ṭahmāsp I and his court, began a poem (Ferhād u-S̲h̲īrīn) which he did not complete; it was finished long afterwards by Wiṣāl in 1265 (1848—1849). He wrote two other poems, Ḵh̲uld-i Barīn and Nāẓir ¶ u-Manẓūr, g̲h̲azal’s and ḳiṭaʿ’s. Ferhād u-S̲h̲īrīn has been lithographed in Persia and several times in India.
Luṭf ʿAlī Beg, Ātes̲h̲ Kede, Bombay 1277, p. 111—120
Riḍā Ḳuli Ḵh̲ān, Mad̲j̲ma ʿ al-Fuṣaḥāʾ, ii. 51—54