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Through Pish-I Kuh

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This chapter briefly talks about the travelling memories of C.J. Edmonds through Pish-i Kuh. Many of the Dilfan tribesmen in his force were adherents of the unorthodox sect of Ahl-i Haqq, People of the Divine Truth, popularly but incorrectly known in Western Persia as Ali Ilahi, Deifiers of Ali. Their holiest shrine in Pish-i Kuh was that of Bawa Buzurg who was a brother of Shahzada Ahmad, and of the Shahzada Muhammad of Hulaylan.

Keywords: Ahl-i Haqq; C.J. Edmonds; Pish-i Kuh



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