Mohammad Javad Khawari was born in 1967 in Bamyan, Afghanistan. As a child, he immigrated to Iran with his parents and settled in Mashhad. While studying religious science, he turned to literary studies and wrote several short stories. From the early 90s, he became interested in folk culture and collected and researched in the oral literature of the Hazara people. Behind Mount Qaf, Hazara idioms and proverbs, excerpts of Neyestan (story), Hazaragi folk couplets, stories of the Hazaras of Afghanistan and The downhearted red flower, are his writings that have been published so far.
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His death shocked all the people at once.(Shah vali would die as well.) To remind them. Now there was a Shah vali and the grave yard. They had buried so many corps that no one knew the number. no one believed that they would die and Shah vali, with his curved stature and thick white beard, would not be present at their funeral. But now they saw that Shah Vali himself was dead, they were so surprised that it seemed as if the sun had risen from the west. For them, the cemetery without Shah Vali was something unusual and very painful, like a tree that blooms in winter or a dead person that breathes in a coffin. They had never seen a cemetery without Shah Vali and…