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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Intellectual infrastructures of a literary work represent the planner’s knowledge and intuition. Shāhnāma is one of the selected literary works in which the ideological dimensions of the author’s personality, as a Shī‘a poet, is quite manifest. Many of the religious teachings offered in Shāhnāma are directly originated from the Qur’ān. These components are noteworthy both in roots of religion such as: theism, monotheism, return to God, and justice and in branches of religion such as: prayer, jihād (holy strive), and enjoining the good. This article mainly includes a research on haft khān-i Rustam (seven exploits of Rustam) from the ideological and religious point of view and is written in the librarian style (based on sources and references), with the research findings presented in a descriptive form. The haft khān-i Rustam has frequently been dealt with and analyzed from different literary perspectives, but its religious teachings have been neglected; thus, this article can be helpful from this viewpoint.