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  • The Divan was the Imperial Council and government of the Ottoman Empire. It consisted of the viziers, the Grand Vizier and occasionally the Janissary Ağa.
  • Divan (sometimes spelt Deewan) is also the word for either a collection of the works, or the whole body of work by an Urdu or Persian poet. Thus Deewaan-e-Mir, and so on. It is also worth mentioning that the most famous work with this word as its title is actually the fictional collection of poetry called Diwan-e Shams-e Tabriz-i by Rumi, ostensibly by Shams Tabriz.

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ak divan (146 words)
divan, dol guldurun büyüyen gücüne karþý gelmek için eldarýn baþkanlýðýnda istari tarafýndan toplanmýþtýr.
divan saruman tarafýndan yönetiliyordu, ta ki gandalf onun ihanetini öðrenene kadar.
üçüncü çað 2463 de sauron a karþý ortak bir hareket etmek için toplanan divan.
:: Pálinka Pictures - About Divan :: (589 words)
Divan is a visual parable that offers the possibility of personal reinvention and cultural re-upholstery.
Divan received an in-kind fellowship at the Wexner Arts Center in Columbus, Ohio.
Divan is fiscally-sponsored by The New York Foundation for the Arts.
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