This page is dedicated to spreading the beautiful poetry and messages of Mawlana Jalaladdin Mohammad Balkhi It is to be hoped that, when the rage for Western journalism and films has passed, the modern generation in Persia will return to the treasures of the past and find in them a valid message for our age. There are a certain number of passages inteh Qoran which are susceptible of a mystcial interpretation and which are the commonplaces of Islamic spiritual writers. But what we now know as Sufism dawned unheralded, mysteriously, in the ninth century of our ear and already in the tenth and eleventh had reached maturity. O you! Access to poetry videos, audios & Ebooks of Maulana Rumi. Buddhism, as mentioned above, had long flourished in Eastern Persia. When we speak of ‘diffusion’ here, we must not let ourselves imagine that such things happen automatically. Later on, Nicholson contributed to the Gibb Series his edition of Hujviri’s Kashful Mahjub and then Sarraj’s Kitabul Luma’, both of which are key works for the study of Sufi doctrine. Sufism has its great names, its poet-preachers, its ‘saints’, in the broad, irenical sense in which the word can be used. Ghazali made a notable effort to establish Sufism solidly whithin the boundaries of Moslem orthodoxy, whatever that may be. Gradually, too, it began to develop doctrinally and to be transformed from within, by subtle but rapid stages, into a lofty and coherent mystical system. By doing so he clearly shows that, in his opinion, the similarities just referred to go deeper than forms of language as such. I mention these facts simply to give some idea of the extent to which Persia, inteh period preceding the Islamic invasion, had been subject to fertilization and cross-fertilization by relgions and philosophies which contained a strong mystical element. Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī (Persian: جلال‌الدین محمد رومی ‎‎), or more popularly known as Rumi, was a 13th-century Persian Sunni Muslim poet, jurist, Islamic scholar, theologian and Sufi mystic. The result was his annotated edition of a selection of mystical odes from the Divan of Shams of Tabriz, by Jalal’ddin Rumi, in 1898. Dec 15, 2020 - Explore DAVOUD QYASSY's board "FARSI POEMS" on Pinterest. Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi (1208-1273) was a 13th-century Persian poet, a Sufi mystic and one of the greatest spiritual masters and poetical intellects.Rumi is a mysterious and provocative poet. As this modest volume is to appear at the time of an Oecumenical Council in which relations between Church of East and West are expected to form one of the dominant themes, the writer ventures to express the hope that a study of some of the aspects of Islamic mysticism may contribute to a better understanding of the inner life of the vast Mahometan populations of Asia and Africa. Loved hearing about your mother’s energy and resolve. Sufism is like that great oak-tree, standing in the middle of the meadow: no one witnessed its planting, no one beheld its beginning, but now the flourishing tree speaks for itself, is true to origins which it has forgotten, has taken for granted. However, both Ulfat and Furozanfar include all the quatrains, which were in the earlier manuscripts, and modern scholars believe some of them were falsely attributed to Rumi and composed by the earlier poets. Under the ample umbrella of Islam, with its one compendious dogma La ilaha illa ‘llah – ‘The is no god by God’ – a vast assortment of religious doctrines and devotional practices shelter. The influences, as they worked themselves out, led, on the other hand, tot he formation of the Shi’a, involving the spiritual-mystical significance accorded to the Imam. Something of what is meant can be found in Sheikh Attar’s words, in his introduction to the Memoirs of the Saints. Arberry’s book was published first in 1949 as “The Ruba’iyat of Jalal al-Din Rumi – Select translation into English verse”, London, Emery Walker, LTD. Arberry’s selection relies upon the Isfahan edition of quatrains edited by Muhammad Baqir Ulfat, who comprises 1994 Ruba’iyat upon the Istanbul print with a manuscript of the Diwan preserved in the Nimatullahi monastery at Isfahan. Among all its exponents there is no single one who could be claimed as the initiator or founder. This Is Love Poems of Rumi (Shambhala Centaur Editions) Jalal Al-Din Rumi, et al /Published 1996. A great deal has been written as to the possible origins of the Sufi movement. Maulana Rumi Persian Sufi Poetry available in Hindi, Urdu, and Roman scripts. Some readers may question the use of the term ‘mystical’ in this field, or may ask for it to be defined. They come from the sphere of “My Lord has educated me” and not from the sphere of “my father told me”.’. If, in this study, I have, in the main, used the language of Christian mysticism this is partly because it has now become the custom of Western writers – not least among whom we must count Don Miguel Asin Palacios – to do so. Nor should one exclude from any enumeration of Persian mystics the name of Mansur al-Hallaj, a native of Fars, in the heart of old Iran, even though he wrote in Arabic (and with what clarity, simplicity and fore!). The Christian Church of Persia itself, which, as Mgr Duchesne has pointed out, rivalled even the Church of Rome in the number of its martyrs, sent its missionaries far and wide throughout Asia, into India, China and Japan. In the broader sense, therefore, in which the word religion is used in our time, their movement could well be called a religious one, one which did not aim at tying men down with a new set of rules but rather at setting them free from external rules and open to the movement of the spirit. The earliest of these aros in the south of Iraq. It was a collection of poetry by Jalaluddin Rumi, the thirteenth-century Persian poet, translated by Coleman Barks. One of the greatest of these was Babai the Great (A.D. 569-628), a wealthy Persian who had studied Persian (Pahlevi) literature before coming to Nisibis to study medicine. It is a covered saucepan, placed on fire. Beloved by the common people, they are looked down upon by the better educated classes. The French excavations carried out in Afghanistan since 1920 have revealed plastic arts betokening Irano-buddhist inspiration. Any comments or suggestions concerning the method using in this site are highly appreciated in order to develop a better way of learning Persian through Rumi’s poetry. It is possible, however, that an indirect influence was exercised by Moslem mystical poems on the Troubadours. He recommends the study of the sayings of the great mystcis because, as he says, ‘their utterances are the result of spiritual enterprise and experience, not of mechanical learning and repetition of what others have said. * The face she shows me is a little sour (#1795) * You, who make all my hardship easy (#544) * I asked you for one kiss, you gave me six (#1993) * I'm not me, you're not you, and you're not me … Rumi’s masterpiece, the Mathnawi, has been called the Koran in Persian.He died in … In any final assessment, however, it would be difficult to give the late Professor Louis Massignon, chiefly noted for his exposition of the mystic teaching of al-Hallaj, any lower place. It was of this proclamation or ‘gospel’ that he was the Prophet. [7] Rumi’s Divan of Shems of Tabriz Selected Odes (Element Classics of World Spirituality) Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi, et al / Published 1997. From shop Besemeh. “Everything that is made beautiful and fair and lovely is made for the eye of one who sees.” – Rumi. All this in the name of and for the glory of the central dogma of Islam, the unity of Godl, the tawhid which came, for the Sufi, to signify a mystico monistic outlook on the universe. He inaugurated his public life by a journey in India, at the time whne the Sassanian Shahpur was conducting a lighting campaing inthe valley of the Indus. Original poems from Rumi's Kolliyaat-e Shams-e Tabrizi Edited by Badiozzaman Forouzanfar (Tehran, Amir Kabir, 1988). In the absence of notabel teachers, however, a far from negligible norm and winess of the traditional teaching in provided by authoritative books suchas the Masnavi, the Gulshan i Raz and so forth. George Allen, London, 1964. In the years following the Mahometan conquests, the newly-founded city of Kufa, in southern Iraq, became, in its turn, a nursery-ground of idealist, Neo-Platonist and Christian-Hellenic doctrines and tendencies and, at the same time, a forcing-ground of the pro-‘Al Shi’a, closely allied to a specifically Persian outlook. But when all thsihas been granted as a likelihood, or a quasi-certainly, it remains that the Sufi phenomenon presents itself as a new, spontaneous and original flowering of religous feeling and intuition, and no one can put his finger on asingle, incontrovertible author or originator of it. This aspect of it was most clearly marked, no doubt, in its earlier period but it has remained as a permanent feature of the Sufi system and all its professors are agreed that those who enter on the search for perfection must needs undergo a rigorous course of training under a wise spiritual father (Pir u Murshid). The Sufis never set out to found a new religion, a mazhab or denomination. Thanks for the tip about noosheh jaan. ― Jalaluddin Rumi When anxiety fills me and I feel disconnected from my essence, or when I’m simply out of love, I turn to Rumi. In all fairness, too, one must add that Mahomet’s dream was not to foster, but rather to heal the schism between minds, as he looked out upon the dispute of the numerous Christian sects and rites on Arabian and near-Arabian soil. Writers like Sheikh Najm-edDin Razi (obiit A.D. 1256), in his Mirsad ul ‘Ibad, and Sheikh Muhammad Lahji Nurbakhshi (obiit A.D. 1472), in his well-known Commentary on the Gulshan i Raz of Shabistari, devote themselves at great length and with evident earnestness to expositions of the emanationist theories of the Neo-Platonist philosophers. Indeed, one might say that through this mystical lore, expressed in an incomparable poetical medium, Persia found herself, discovered something like her true spiritual vocation among the peoples of the world, and that her voice has now only to make itself heard to win the delighted approval of all those seekers and connoisseurs whose souls are attune to perceive the message of the ustad i azal (the eternal master), to use Khoja Hafiz’s phrase. It is an accepted principle among them that la fissufiyya kalamun – ‘there is no formal (scholastic) theology in Sufism’. Azita, thank you for sharing Rumi’s poetry. Its one dogma, and interpretation of the Moslem witness: ‘There is no god by God’, is that the human heart must turn always, unreservedly, to the one, divine Beloved. Later on, this habit was in general replaced by the khirqa, or patched frock, which was given by the Pir or sheikh to the novie whom he accepted as his disciple (murid). They were content to live and work within the framework of the Moslem religion, using texts from the Quran much as Christian mystics have used to Bible to illustrate their tenets. See more ideas about farsi poem, persian poem, poems. His aim was to found a comprehensive religion reconciling the doctrines of Zoroaster, buddha and Jesus Christ. If this was so, the reason is to be found in the attraction which such doctrines possessed for the Persian mind and their keenness in religious speculation. In 1950 he contributed to the series of ‘Ethical and Religious Classics of East and West’ an account of the mystics of Islam, called Sufism. But the diffision of ideas was very rapid in Islam which, in its early and expanding centuries, wsa unhapered by stric national frontiers and barriers. They were suppressed by Kemal Ataturk in Turkey and in Persia by Riza Khan followed suit. Here one is reminded of Eminle Dermenghem’s remark that ‘the original revelation was mystical as well as soteriological’. It was seen that the true cause of repentance lay in the overriding urgency of loving God above all things, that human works, however good and virtuous, needed to yield pride of place to divine, prevenient grace, that the external (zahir) must yield to the interior (batin), the matter to the meaning, the outward symbol tto the inner reality, codl reason to inspired adn fiery love, self to the one Beloved. The devout, in their insatiable hunger for religious truth and experience, not only took up the mystical teachings they found but in many ways made it their own, re-thought it and developed it in original ways. This living chain of religious teachers is an essential feature in the Sufi scheme of things. It was in Germany, in the Romantic period, that the great éblouissement came. Lacking adquate religious control, these tariqas, as they are called, have in many cases, lost much of their original fervour and distinction. A Tribute to Molana Jalal-e-Din Mohammad Molavi Rumi Leaving them aside, we do well to concentrate on the great masters, such as, among poets, Jala-edDin Rum, Farid edDin ‘Attar, Maghribi, Jami, Hafiz, and among prose-writers, Hujviri, al-Sarraj, Najm-edDin Razi, and, once again, ‘Attar, with his indispensable Memoirs of the Saints. Perhaps we may say that if, in the past, its function was to spiritualise Islam, its purpose in the future will be rather to make possible a welding of religious thought between East and West, a vital, ecumenical commingling and understanding, which will prove ultimately to be, in the truest sense, on both sides, a return to origins, to the original unity. by Cyprian Rice, O.P., The leaders of this ascetic campaign were drawn at first chiefly from among the Arabs. THis concept of fana conforms more to teh teaching of the mahayan, centred on the person of Amitabha, the saviour of the faithful, the Isvara who hears and ansers the prayers of the world. Home Page | Life of Rumi | Masnavi  |  Bibliography | Books on Rumi | Discourses | Divani Shams | Daily Poem | Sufism | Reflections | Contact Us | Rumi Links | Glossary | Rubaiyat | Poetry | Love Poems | Life & Death | Poems of Passion, © Copyright 2020 Rumi – Rumi quotes and Rumi Poems, The Ruba’iyat of Jalal al-Din Rumi – Select translation into English verse. Rumi, poetry, Persian, whitewashing, Islam, translation. Ultimately, however, Iran seta barrier to any further expansion of Buddhism towards the West. Much of this originated in regions of westerns Asia where Christianity had reached a notable expansion and where Christian monasticism made a strong appeal to the religious sentiments of the various people who, sooner or later, yielded to political or military pressure and ranged themselves, willingly or unwillingly under the banner of Mahomet. However, the personalty and example of the Buddha exercised an undoubtd attraction on teh Persian mind, and the story of one of the earliest Sufis, Ibrahim ibn Adham, described as having been once King of Balkh, an Iranian outpost far out twoards the borders of India, seems to be a lengend based on the story of the Buddha himself. But the Sufi, at heart, doet not condiser himself bound by the legislation of the ahl i zahir (externalists). From his daily life experience, he uses it as his learnings to describe the spiritual world. His poems have been widely translated into many of the world's … Setting before them the ideal of the union of souls, he exhorted them to consider, ‘not so much what divided minds and what brings them together’. "[9] Rumi's works are written in Persian and his Mathnawi remains one of the purest literary glories of Persia,[10] and one of the crowning glories of the Persian language. These early Sufis, as we saw, had litle concern for mystical themes as such. In any case, one cannot but be struck by the attraction exerted and the penetration achieved by Persian religious, such as Mithraism and Manichaeism, as far afield as the farthest frontiers of the Roman Empire, as well as in farthest Asia and who know where else. Then I consider this custom justified by reason of the similar workings of God with souls in every climate and the similar response human souls make to Him whatever be their form of speech. Founded by researchers and translators Sharghzadeh and Zirrar, the Rumi Was Muslim platform seeks to rectify inaccurately translated and wrongfully attributed work relating to the 13th- century Persian poet Mowlana Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi. Both of them were so deeply penetrated by the Sufi spirit that they would have shrunk with horror from any such competition. FARSI POEMS Collection by DAVOUD QYASSY. Some writers have even stated that Mani took part in Shahpur’s campaign, between A.D. 256 and 260, against Valerian, and that the then met Plotinus, who was serving as a soldier in the Roman army. Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi (also given as Jalal ad-did Muhammad Balkhi, best known as Rumi, l. 1207-1273 CE) was a Persian Islamic theologian and scholar but became famous as a mystical poet whose work focuses on the opportunity for a meaningful and elevated life through personal knowledge and love of God. They gush forth as from the source and are not painfully conveyed over man-made aqueducts. His poems have been widely translated into many of the world's languages and transposed into various formats. The Sufis never set out to found a new religion, a mazhab or denomination. But a similar influence revealed itself in the rapid spiritualisation of the person of ‘Ali and the parallel evolution of the mystical significance of Mahomet, around the notion of the nur muhammadi – the ‘Mahomet-light’, which seems to amount to the introduction of a Logos doctrine into the heart of Islam, viewed as an esoteric system. The Way of Passion: A Celebration of Rumi, by Andrew Harvey. Rubaiyat of Rumi The Rubaiyat of Jalal Al-Din Rumi Select translations into English Verse’ by A.J. Evagrius Ponticus himslef, a pupil of origen, Basil and Gregory, became a monk in the Scete Desert of Egypt and there composed in lapidary form his manual and the authoritiaatve exposition of the ascetico-mystical life for Persian monachism. They were content to live and work within the … Names Maulana Rumi, Ibn al ‘Arabi, Jami, Mansur al Hallaj are household words in the whole Islamic world and even beyond it. They reprensented, it has been said, a central crucible between the West and India. The Persian Sufism by Cyprian Rice, O.P., George Allen, London, 1964 INTRODUCTORY The Sufi phenomenon is not easy to sum up or define. Rumi was born in 1207 in Vakhsh (now Tajikistan) to a family of learned Persian Muslim theologians. Poetry of Mevlana Jalal-e-Din Mevlavi Rumi in English and Farsi, plus miniature picture gallery, and other info. They spring from direct insight and not from discursive reasoning, from supernatural sources of knowledge, not from laborious personal acquisition. It is the best holiday, centered around family and friends, and not gifts. During present century German interest in Persian mysticism was revived by Kazimzadeh Iranshahr, a Persian who settled in Berlin and published a number of religious booklets based upon Sufi teachings. At the same time, the teaching and outlook of Mahomet himself was progressively brought into conformity with the Sufi model by the accumulation of a large body of ahadith (traditional sayings) fathered onto the Prophet by successive generations. This opinion is, no doubt, due to a comparison with the Buddhist doctrine of nirvana. They are seen as ways and means, creating the necessary conditions for the attainment of closer union with the divine Beloved. The Sufi phenomenon is not easy to sum up or define. This is a claim which springs, maybe, maybe, more from the Persians’ own intuition than form any positive documentation, but the assumption comes out clearly in the writings of Suhravardi and the Ishraqi school. In brief the rely shall be that the term is used here to signify doctrines concerning the way to God or to perfection derived from inner experiences and inspiration rather than from deductive reasoning or positive tradition. first by rhyme and then by the first word of each poem within the rhyme-group. There were no limits to this way, once it had been entered upon. Flee from me, away from trouble; take the path of safety, far from this danger. Rumi was a 13th-century (born in Afghanistan) Persian poet, jurist, Islamic scholar and theologian. ON the face of i, it might almost seem to spring from a new revelation, or, at any rate, from an ancient revelation, mysteriously and supernaturally renewed. Rumi's Masnavi is unanimously considered as one of the greatest works of mystical poetry and religious literature." Although there can be no doubt that the loving, adoring, self-sacrificing figure of Jesus made an immeasurable impression on the peoples of the Near East, it is difficult to trace any scriptural or literary evidence of the propagation of Christian mystical teachings in Islamic mystical writers. Sufi Dance Pendent with Rumi Poem in Farsi Calligraphy. Goethe’s West-östlicher Diwan was the first consequence of it. Such were Hassan of Basrah and Abu Hashim of Kufa, this latter, apparently the first to whom the soubriquet of Sufi was given. As a manifestation of spiritual life within the Islamic community, it shares the weakness inherent in Silam itself, a weakness inherited from its Mahometan source and due also tothe lack of a living infallible authority in teh Islamic body. It was there all the time, and there are Persians whom I have known who claim that the stream of pure Persian mysticism has pursued its course, now open, now hidden, right down the ages. 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