Simurgh is a legendary poem (Conference of the Birds) written by Persian thinker Attar.
The name of the legendary poem “Simurgh”, consonant with the word Si Morgh in Persian that means “thirty birds”.
In this poem, birds arrange a meeting in which they have to decide who will be their king. Hoopoe, considered the strongest among them leads a group of 30 birds goes searching for Simurgh’s home and they must overcome seven valleys.
The poem ends with the fact that when these birds find Simurgh’s home, which turned out to be a large lake, looking at the water, birds see their own reflections.
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