1100 GMT February 21, 2018
He started by a poem of Hafiz which says: 'From off thought’s face, none hath drawn the veil as Hafez
Since the tress-tip, the brides of speech combed'.
Qasemi wrote that 'his words are on peak and his poem is shining on top of human culture and civilization'.
Hafez is credit of Iranian literature and Iranian culture owes him a lot.
Shamsuddin Mohammad Hafez, known by his pen name Hafez a Persian poet who 'lauded the joys of love, but also targeted religious hypocrisy', born in 1315 and died 1390 in Shiraz, IRNA reported.