عنوان مقاله [English]
Sheykh Awhadaddin Hamid bin Abu’l-Fahr Kirmani (561-635) is one of the most prominent poets and sufis of the 7th century who this homeland and went to Baghdad because of some political, social and economic crisis The downfall of the Seljuks and the conflicts among the princesses after the death of Togrul bin Mohammad in Kirman coincided with his childhood and adolescence periods. However, following This internal crisis Followed by attack of Goz led to an increasing internal crisis and finally led to the collapse of this Turk dynasty in Kirman. This political, social and economical crisis led to an intolerable life conditions. Therefore, many forced to leave their Homelands Awhadaddin Kirmani, who left his homeland at the age of 16 was among those people. There are several statements about Awhadaddin Kirmani’s parentage in his Managhebnameh and some other resources. The author of Managhebnameh, intentionally or unintentionally somehow has forged the parentage of this prominent Sufi, by to the family of Kirman Seljuks. In a same line, some resources without paying attention to this issue and by relying on groundless documents have tried to prove this issue. Two questions are posed this great poet and Sufi: First, why was he forced to immigrate from Kirman? Second is he really assigned to the Turk and Kirman Seljuks family? To find the reasons for the migration of this great Sufi from Kirman, the political, social and economic conditions of that era were critically investigated using the available resources. On the other hand, his Relationship with the Seljuks family which is a kind of groundless claim is rejected investigating the main sources.