Poet (b. 1440,
Some time later, Sinan Paşa was released and sent to Sivrihisar as a local judge and lecturer. During the reign of Bayezid II he was again appointed as the lecturer of Edirne School of Hadis* (1481). Sinan Paşa, who was a wise intellectual and educated a lot of scholars, became a pioneer in Divan* literature with his ornamented language and attached great importance to the art of words, elaborate poems and prose. His most famous work is Tazarruname (Letter of Supplication), which is a work of Sufism.
Tazarrunâme (Letter of Supplication, 1887; by A. Metrol Tulum, 1971), Nasihatname (Book of Recommendations, with the name Maarifname-Book of Education, by İsmail Hakkı Ertaylan, 1961), Tezkiretü'l-Evliya (Tezkires* of the Saints, epics of around thirty saints).
In addition, he wrote works on astronomy, geometry and philosophy.