Sheyda. Gamar Sheyda

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Sheyda

Her father was Akbar Agha, a well-known landowner in. As part of his recovery, he is transferred to a temporary hospital, where he encounters young nurse Sheida. Sheida is surprised by his tolerance to the pain of his injury, but soon realises that her recitation of Quran verses has a miraculous calming effect on him. Farhad has lost his eyesight due to an injury sustained in battle. Sheyda was married to Sadig bey Vazirov. It is reported that at her death Sheyda left many manuscripts, however only a few have survived. .

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Sheyda

Sheyda

This exhibition was organised as part of the programme celebrating the centenary of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Agha died when his daughter was young and she was brought up by her older brother, Mohammed, who organised a teacher for his sister at home, and then later encouraged her to go to Shusha School for secondary education. And as the two start to grow closer and Farhad begins to heal, they find themselves on the path between faith and hope, and the true nature of both is revealed to them. They had six children: two sons - Bahadur bey and Nadir bey; four daughters - Leyla khanum, Sanuber khanum, Hamida khanum and Antiga khanum. Natavan's poetry was a strong influence on Sheyda. She was part of a wide poetic network in Azerbaijan and exchanged idea and poems with the writer. .

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Sheida (1999)

Sheyda

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Sheyda

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Sheyda

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Hunting and Outdoor Supplies

Sheyda

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Ashvan

Sheyda

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Sheida (1999)

Sheyda

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