عنوان مقاله [English]
Less than three hundred years after Muhtasham Kashani, in the birthplace and homeland of this pioneering poet of Voqu’ School and WaSukht style and the composer of the most famous elegy of Ashura, a man was born who stood a head and shoulders above other poets in composing elegy and Ta’zieh. Endeavour has been made in this article to point out a brief biography of Muhtasham and Seyyed Mustafa Kashani, known as MirAza, and to indicate the similarities in their lives and their religious-Shiite birthplace, and also to discuss stable and long-age government of two Safavid and Qajar kings and their support from poetry and rituals of Ashura and eventually, to reveal the type of literal and spiritual borrowings of MirAza’s Ta’zieh scripts from Muhtasham’s Tarkib-Band. This study seeks to answer how Muhtasham’s poems of Ashoura, as the best examples of his kind in all the periods of Persian poetry, have influenced the Mirazaa’s folk, dramatic, and musical poetry. The results of this analysis suggest that every single word of this Muhtasham’s poem has been recurred within the scripts of Ta’zieh, especially those of MirAza’s, and even reciting some verses of Muhtasham’s Tarkib-Band has been a part of Ta’zieh ceremony in Naseri Tekyeh Dowlat during the zenith of this art.