HZ. MAWLÂNÂ AND SHAMS

HZ. MAWLÂNÂ AND SHAMS

RUMI’S MEETING WITH SHAMS


After Burhan al-Din Tirmidhi passed away, Rumi began lectur­ing in the madrasa in Konya and training students. He had tak­en his first lessons from his father, the king of scholars. On the one hand, Rumi lectured in the seminary, held conversations with those seeking the truth, and answered their questions; on the other hand, he guided the lovers of God and warned them.This way Rumi became the sultan of scholars in the religions sciences and other sciences, like his father, and he also became the sultan of gnostics in the area of Sufism. The public admired Rumi very much. In the view of the sultan, notables, and the common folk, he was known as a most elevated Muslim, an insan al-kamil, because of his devotion to worship, dedication to fasting and praying, virtues, humanity, graciousness, modesty despite his great knowledge, abstinence from the world, his commitment to the Muhammadi path just like his father, and his crystal clear life. Continue reading “HZ. MAWLÂNÂ AND SHAMS”

The prayer of the Prophet (pbuh)

 

The prayer of the Prophet (pbuh)

How our Prophet (pbuh) went to visit the sick Companion

(The Mathnawí, Book II. no: 2141)

 

2141 • A notable amongst the Companions (of Mohammad) fell ill, and in that illness of his became (thin) as a thread.

 Mustafá (pbuh) went to visit him, since his (Mustafá’s) nature was all kindness and generosity.

2212 • Visiting of the sick is for the sake of this (spiritual) attachment[1], and this attachment is pregnant with a hundred loving kindness. Continue reading “The prayer of the Prophet (pbuh)”

Mathnawí Sohbet -1

Ömer Tuğrul İnançer’s speech from the Sheb-i Arus on the 733rd anniversary of Hazreti Mevlana Celâleddin-i Rumi’s (may Allah sanctify his spiritual secret), passing from this world into the realms beyond.

 

 

Mathnawí Sohbet -1

 

“beshno in nay chon shikaayat mikonad

az codayeeha hekaayat mikonad”

 

Listen to the reed how it tells a tale,

complaining of separations

 

“Listen from the sound of Rabab

and its crying and moaning”

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WESTERN VIEWS OF MAWLANA RUMI’S MUSLIM IDENTITY

Ibrahim Gamard

WESTERN VIEWS OF MAWLANA RUMI’S MUSLIM IDENTITY

by Ibrahim Gamard (8/06)

www.dar-al-masnavi.org

 

 

The popularity of Hazrat-e Mawlânâ Jalâluddîn Muhammad Rûmî’s poetry in America, together with the wide recognition of the name of “Rûmî” is an amazing development. This article examines a key factor that has contributed to this popularization: the false view in many Western books and articles that sufism is something separate from Islam.

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