Ibn Sina Foundation

Results of the Ibn Sina Foundation’s participation in the non/fictio№22 book fair

2021 Mar 30

The Ibn Sina Foundation and the Sadra publishing house successfully presented their new editions published in 2020-2021 at the International Fair for Intellectual Literature non/fictio №22 at the stand B-19.

This year the most popular books included: “The Secret Garden” by Mahmud Shabestari (A. A. Lukashev; edited by N. Yu. Chalisova); a collection of parables “What do you call the grape?” based on Jalal ad-Din Rumi’s “Masnavi”, retold by Kh. Fattahi (translated from Persian by N. Chalisova, L. Lakhuti, N. Prigarina, edited by N. Prigarina), “The Persian Literature of the 9-18th Centuries. Volume 2: Persian Literature in the 13th-18th  centuries” by M. L. Reisner, A. N. Ardashnikova (edited by E. O. Akimushkina), and “The world of meaning in few words. Mahmud Shabestari’s philosophical views in the context of the times” (A. A. Lukashev; ed. A. V. Smirnov).

The book “Egypt: from Nasser to the Present Day” by M. Vidyasova was included in the top list of the non/fictio № fair.

The Ibn Sina Foundation presented numerous new books at its stand and conducted six meetings with their authors and editors, namely with A. A. Lukashev ("The Secret Garden" by Mahmud Shabistari), E. L. Nikitenko ("Burkhan az-zakirin ("Evidence for those who remember") by Dawlatshah al-Ispijabi), M. L. Reisner ("Persian Literature of the 9th-18th Centuries. Volume 2: Persian Literature in the 13th-18th Centuries. Mature classics”), A.D. Vasilyev ("The Chronicle of Najd" by S.A. Mujani), V.A. Kuznetsov ("Egypt: from Nasser to the Present Day" by M.F. Vidyasova), and F.O. Nofal ("The Dialectics of Abrahamic Symbols"). The presentations were held at a high level and were shown live in social networks and on YouTube. The recordings are available to everyone.

The stand was visited by the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the Russian Federation Kazem Jalali, representative of the religious leader of Iran in Moscow Saber Akbari Jiddi, principal of the Moscow Islamic Institute D.V. Mukhetdinov and others.

Last modified on 2021 Mar 31