Mohammad Reza Ibn Rajabali, with the name of poetry Mansour, is a physician and poet in the second half of the twelfth and mid-twelfth centuries. He was a resident of Ghah village in Isfahan, and for some time served Abraham Khan Qajar - the ruler of Kerman - he was practicing medicine and poetry. At the end of his life, due to the aging of some of his jealousy, he requests Abraham Khan to leave, and he is practicing medicine in Isfahan. He was skillful in composing verses, poems, masnavi, roba'i, as well as jurisprudence and medicine, and wrote a two thousand-bit poem in fascism by Fath Ali-Shah and Ibrahim Khan Qajar, which contained a thousand bits of the verses of the same court, which was in the vexation of Abraham Khan. , And is named "Abrahim Abaad. With a review of the manuscript list, only one version of the Tribunal was found in the Library of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, in which there is no indication based on the history of the book's edition. This paper, based on the library method, uses the existing datascripts, introducing the poet to examine the present version of his themes and poetic features. After reviewing and reading the copy, we concluded that he was an average poet of the Qajar era; his simple and fluent language, in his poem, the telemia of the Qur'anic verses, the expansion to the Sufis and the Mufti, the medical and logical terms, and the poets of Saying: Khaghani, Hafez, Kamal al-Din Isfahani, Jamaledin Isfahani, and especially Anwari, have been listening to some of their poems.
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