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Masnavi e Ma'Navi

Masnavi e Ma'Navi

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MASNAVI e MA'NAVI

THE SPIRITUAL COUPLETS OF MAULANA JALALU-'D-DlN MUHAMMAD RUMI

World famous Persian (Iranian) 13th century poet.
Translated and Abridged by E.H. Whinfield
MASNAVI e MA'NAVI

THE SPIRITUAL COUPLETS OF MAULANA JALALU-'D-DlN MUHAMMAD RUMI

World famous Persian (Iranian) 13th century poet.
Translated and Abridged by E.H. Whinfield

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THE SPIRITUAL COUPLETSOFMAULANA JALALU-'D-DlN MUHAMMAD RUMI
World famous Persian (Iranian) 13th century poet.Translated and Abridged by
E.H. Whinfield
 Jalal-e-din Rumi was born at Balkh (Khorassan) in 1207 A.D. The city at that timeflourished under the rule of Muhammad the Shah of Khwarazm. The family to which ourmystical poet belonged had been settled in Balkh for several generations; it was highlyrespected and, according to his biographers, had produced a notable succession of juristsand divines.In 1219, Baha-e-din Walad, the father of Jalal-e-din Rumi, suddenly departed from Balkhwith his family and journeyed westward. There can be no doubt that Baha-e-din fledbefore the terrible Mongol hordes which were already approaching his native city.Zarandeh was their first home in Rum (Turkey) and Konia, the capital of the westernSeljuk empire, their final residence. Jalal-e-din, under the influence of Burhan-e-dinTirmidhi, became imbued with enthusiasm for the discipline and doctrine of Sufism. Hedevoted himself to imitation of his guide (pir) and passed through all the stages of themystical life until the death of Burhan-e-din (1240). He in turn assumed the rank of shaykh and his ardent personality attracted disciples in Rum. In 1244, a wandering

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i am shujauddin from islamic country (afghanistan) and i am very very happy that iam muslim and i am happy that we have like maulana jalau-din-rumi poet and the poems of M J R are islamic poem and these are really the meanning of quran and hadis of our big prophet muhammad mustafa (S A W S)and the poems of M J R really guide us toward islamic way
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