|Birth Day||June 10, 1835|
|Age||52 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||May 20, 1888 (age 52)|
Nineteenth-century Azerbaijani poet whose works include lyric poems, satirical poems, ghazals and fables. Some of his best known works are "Bribe to the God," "Burial of a Dog," and "Satan."
He studied Arabic languages and European literature in his youth.
He headed Beyt-us-safa, an Azerbaijani literary organization.
He was born into a family of clergymen in Shamakhi, Azerbaijan.
He, like Mirza Sabir, was one of Azerbaijan's most influential nineteenth-century poets.