Abdullah Jafar Ibne Mohammed Rudaki (Inhabitant of Tajik: АбӯабдуллоҳҶафарИбнМуҳаммадРӯдакӣ, Persian: ابوعبداللهجعفربنمحمدبنحکیمبنعبدالرحمنبنآدمرودکی) also transcribed Rudagi or Rudhagi, (859-941), poet Perse (Inhabitants of Tajik) was the first great genius of the literature of the modern Persan, which composed of the poems in " New Persan" , writing with arabo-Persan alphabet.
He is the founder of the traditional Persian literature.
He is born in Rudak, a village in Transoxiane, in what is now Panjakent, with the Tadjikistan. Many of its biographers affirm that it was completely blind, but its knowledge of the colors in its poems makes this assertion very doubtful.
He was poet with runs of the leader Samanide Nasr II (914-943), to Bukhara, but possibly fell in disgrace, and finissa his life in poverty.
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