Q. Consider the following pairs of the books and author who worked in collaborating Sanskrit literature with Persian literature:
1. Farhang-i-Qawas– Fakhr-ud-din Qawwas
2. Miftah-ul-Fuazala– Zia Nakshabi
3. Tuti Nama– Muhammad Shadiabadi
Which of the above given pairs is/are correctly matched?
Persian literature was enriched by the translation of Sanskrit works.
- Persian dictionaries with appropriate Hindawi words for Persian words were composed, the most important being Farhang-i-Qawas by Fakhr-ud-din Qawwas and Miftah-ul- Fuazala by Muhammad Shadiabadi.
- Tuti Namah, the Book of Parrots, is a collection of Sanskrit stories translated into Persian by Zia Nakshabi.
- Mahabharata and Rajatarangini were also translated into Persian.
Source: Tamil Nadu state board.