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The development of the Persian poetry in the Indian Subcontinent is investigated in this paper. It is emphasized that the Persian literature and language was developing in India along with the Persian literature and language in Iran. Any transition of any nature occurring in Iran left its impact on even remote lands, making the ground for Khorasani, Azarbayejani and Araghi styles flourish in India simultaneous with Iran. The relations between Iran and India dating back to pre-Islamic era to Safavid dynasty are also pointed out in this paper; and the presence of Iranians in the Subcontinent and theit departure to Indonesia and even to Java and Sumatra Islands constitute a part of this research. The emergence of Indian style and immigration of poets from Iran to India owing to the policies of Safavid kings are included among the topics discussed herein.