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Cultural Event: “The pain of separation from the beloved: Understanding Mowlavi Rumi” with Dr. Mohammad Ali Bat-haee
August 30, 2020 | 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Join the Persian Art Center in Carolina for an event on Mowlavi Rumi, featuring Dr. Mohammad Ali Bat-haee, retired professor of Shiraz University. The event will include time for questions and answers, as well as poetry readings by the audience and music. This event is in Persian.
Sponsored by Persian Art Center in Carolina.