عنوان مقاله [English]
Indian subcontinent in the tenth has been one of Persian language and literature flourishing centers, somewhere far from its homeland. “Golbadan nameh”, the first Persian lady_written prose, which is belonged to this period, has been written by a non-Iranian lady. Golbadan as a woman with social prestige and observer of events, left memoirs of behavior of his father, Baber, and his brother, Homayoun. But it seems that this book is more than a memoir, it seeks to highlight, hide, or change things in a feminine way. The question of the present study was what historical-cultural issues “Golbadan nameh” addressed, especially in showing the ever-hidden part of governments, namely women, the interior and their relations, from a woman's point of view and in this way how the author has presented a historical narrative of his father and brother. For this purpose, after representing the historical content of the book, two issues worth considering, the position of women in the court as well as the beliefs and rituals that are represented during the represented memories, was investigated. As a result, it was found that the characters and presented memories are usually chosen based on the family relationship with the present king (Akbar Shah) and from a feminine perspective, the author seeks to prove the legitimacy of Homayoun Shah's rule, the loyalty of his other brother, Handal, their deep intimacy, and their efforts to honor women and family relationships.