The Gulistan of Sadi by Sa'di Shirazi
The Gulistan — Garden of Roses, part prose and part poetry, is divided into four "gateways" ("The Manners of kings," "Concerning Darweeshes," "The Excellency of Moderation," and "The Benefits of Taciturnity") teeming with humorous anecdotes and insight. More than 700 years after his death, Sa'di's ruminations on leadership, materialism, and the virtues of silence — here translated by Edwin Arnold at the turn of the 20th century —live on in this classic work.
Publisher - Gulshan Books
|Book Name||Sa'di Shirazi|
|Author||Sa'di Shirazi, Translated by Sir Edwin Arnold|