Jafar Shahidi (1918 – 13 January 2008) was a notable scholar of Persian language and literature and a renowned historian of Islam. Shahidi was born in Boroujerd. He studied both in University and Seminary and held a PhD degree from Tehran University and Ijtihad from Seminaries in Qom and Najaf. He is most notable for his works on Dehkhoda encyclopedic dictionary and Mohammad Moin dictionary of Persian language.

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  • Jafar Shahidi (1918 – 13 January 2008) was a notable scholar of Persian language and literature and a renowned historian of Islam. Shahidi was born in Boroujerd. He studied both in University and Seminary and held a PhD degree from Tehran University and Ijtihad from Seminaries in Qom and Najaf. He is most notable for his works on Dehkhoda encyclopedic dictionary and Mohammad Moin dictionary of Persian language. He was President of Dehkhoda Institute and also President of the International Center of Teaching Persian Language. Shahidi died in Tehran, Iran.
  • Seyed Jafar Shahidi (1918 – 13 January 2008) was a legendary scholar of the Persian language and literature and a renowned historian of Islam. Born in Boroujerd, Iran, Shahidi dedicated his life to Persian studies, acting as the director of the Dehkhoda Dictionary Institute and International Centre for Persian language, serving as the Dean of the Faculty of Literature and Humanities at the University of Tehran UT and mastering the fields of jurisprudence and Islamic history. Shahidi was a prominent disciple of Ali Akbar Dehkhoda and Badiozzaman Forouzanfar at Tehran University. He served as a seminary in Qom and Najaf under notable figures such as Tabatabaei, Seyed Hossein Boroujerdi, S. Khoi A. under whom he attained his degree in ijtihad. He is most notable for his works on the Dehkhoda encyclopedic dictionary of the Persian language and his research in Islamic history and religion. In his later years, he served as the President of the Dehkhoda Institute and founder of the International Center for Persian Studies.
  • Jafar Shahidi (Luri/Persian:جعفر شهیدی) was born on 13 January 1919. He was a distinguished scholar of the Persian language and literature and a renowned historian of Islam. Born in Boroujerd, Iran, Shahidi dedicated his life to Persian studies, acting as the director of the Dehkhoda Dictionary Institute and International Centre for Persian language, serving as the Dean of the Faculty of Literature and Humanities at the University of Tehran (UT) and mastering the fields of jurisprudence and Islamic history.Shahidi was a prominent disciple of Ali Akbar Dehkhoda and Badiozzaman Forouzanfar at Tehran University. He served as a seminary in Qom and Najaf under notable figures such as Tabatabaei, Seyed Hossein Boroujerdi, S. Khoi A. under whom he attained his degree in ijtihad. He is most notable for his works on the Dehkhoda encyclopedic dictionary of the Persian language and his research in Islamic history and religion.In his later years, he served as the President of the Dehkhoda Institute and founder of the International Center for Persian Studies.
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  • Seyed Jafar Shahidi (1918 – 13 January 2008) was a legendary scholar of the Persian language and literature and a renowned historian of Islam. Born in Boroujerd, Iran, Shahidi dedicated his life to Persian studies, acting as the director of the Dehkhoda Dictionary Institute and International Centre for Persian language, serving as the Dean of the Faculty of Literature and Humanities at the University of Tehran UT and mastering the fields of jurisprudence and Islamic history.
  • Jafar Shahidi (Luri/Persian:جعفر شهیدی) was born on 13 January 1919. He was a distinguished scholar of the Persian language and literature and a renowned historian of Islam.
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