Intra - Sound of Wind. Book A

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Intra - Sound of Wind. Book A

Intra - Sound of Wind. Book A

Author: Intra (Tiran Chrakian)

Intra (1875, Constantinople, Ottoman Empire - 1921) was an Armenian poet, writer, painter and teacher, a victim of Armenian Genocide.

His real name was Diran Chrakian. He was educated at Berberian College of Constantinople, then finished the College of Arts, where his works were appreciated by the famous painter Hovhannes Aivazovsky. Indra worked as a teacher, wrote articles, literary researches and notes. He signed his books "Inner World" (?????????, essays, 1906) and "Cypress Wood" (????????, sonnets 1908), with the pseudonym Indra (anagram of his first name).

After the genocide of 1915, Indra lost his reason, walked as a tramp through provinces and preached love and unity. In 1921 he was exiled by the Turkish authorities and was tortured and killed on the way.

He also was a preacher of the Seventh-day Adventist church.
Author(s) Intra (Tiran Chraqyan)
Compiler(s) Yervand Ter-Khachatryan
Language(s) Western Armenian
Publisher(s) Printinfo
Year 2014
Pages 504
Binding hardcover
Printing Black & White
Size 13.5 x 20.5 cm
ISBN 9789993059974

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