Jalaluddin Rumi

Jalaluddin Rumi

Everyone who is familiar with Eastern Sufism, especially Sufism, has heard of Jalaluddin Rumi, as he is one of the most famous and widely translated Sufi teachers of all times By this same token; students of poetry, especially those interested in Persian science, observe Roman’s work as a model of Persian poetry. In fact, the scholars Ronald A. Nicholson and AJ Aribie regarded Rumi as the greatest mystic poet of any era. More recently,

Jalaluddin Rumi Mazar
Jalaluddin Rumi Mazar

William Chetke and Annemarie Shamal have done a tremendous job in translating and interpreting Roman teachings. In addition, skilled poets such as Coleman Barks and Robert Billy, though they do not read Persian, have created “copies” of Jalaluddin Rumi, which have done much to popularize his thinking in the English-speaking audience Known as “Our Master,” Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi is a great figure among Roman Sufi masters. It is said that the blacksmith’s hammer is heard on this amazing mystical wall and enters the market in a state of intoxication He hears sounds like synchronized music voices in the name of God. “Allah, Allah”. And wandering around, making his voice heard. The Order of Wild Darvish, founded by the Romans, is now known to many Western countries through its music and dance performances in Europe and the United States

Roman teachings have since been valued and used by Sufi masters, and are studied in contemporary mystical circles. Not only the Sufis, but others also refer to his teachings for lessons, and those who enjoy poetry are intoxicated with Roman’s magical words In the following example, the rebellion, translated by Nicholson, is a symbol of the human spirit, which takes the oath of separation from its origin (God), represented by a circular bed

Listen to the rainbow, how it tells the story, complaining separation, saying, “Ever since I was bedridden, my bridegroom has hit men and women with tears Take the veil – Everyone who stays away from their source wishes for a time when they were united with it. In each company I said my unpleasant notes. I got along with those who were unhappy and happy. Everyone became my friend from my opinion from no one has discovered the secret inside me. My secret is not far from my sheets, but there is a lack of light in the ears and eyes (which Source should be caught) does not cover the body, soul, spirit and body are not allowed., Still see a soul

Jalaluddin Rumi life and teachings

Since Roman lived most of his life in Konya, a Turkish city, the Turks claim to be Turkish. Afghans make another claim, saying that since this great owner was now born in Balkh, a city in Afghanistan, he should be considered Afghan Yet most scholars agree that Roman is Persian. The reason for this is twofold: Balkh the city in which Rome was born, was a Persian city at the time of its birth, and all Roman books were written in Persian However, Romi chose Konya as her residence and remained there until her death. Indeed. In a sense, place of birth and nationality are of little importance, because in spirituality the true surname is universal.

Jalaluddin Rumi was born on September 30, 1207. His father, Bahauddin Vlad, was a well-known and trusted preacher, jurist, and Sufi, whose spiritual lineage belonged to the former Sufi master Ahmad al-Ghazali Century Baha’ad was an authority in both mystical and mystical Islam. As an authoritative authority, he taught Islamic law (Sharia) in mosques and other public places. As an intimate teacher, she met people in her private learning environment who sought out her teachings.

Although Baha married a man of the royal family, he was against the policies of the ruler, Khuramshah. The king attended most of the Baha’i lessons, but eventually his popularity became jealous and skeptical of his teachings, causing controversy in the kingdom Thus, when the Mongols invaded Balkh in 1219, the Baha’is with their families left the city, which became so important for them, to visit Mecca There is no doubt that he was aware that he would never see Balkh again.

On the way, they stopped in Nishapur, the hometown of the great Atar, who was then an old man. Attar warmly accepted the guests, including young glory, whose potential greatness he apparently recognized, as seen in Era Friedlander’s description: “Baha’a and Attar sitting together, Drink traditional tea, and talk about the verses in the Koran Several hours later, when the young man, Jalal, followed closely behind his father, Attar turned to one of the dervishes and gave remarks, ‘Look at this strange situation There goes a sea followed by a sea. ‘

During the visit, Attar presented Jalal with his book eSecrets, telling Baha, “Your son will soon set fire to all the God-loving people of the world.” Atar’s writings teach the principles of Sufism through stories and legends, which will have a major impact on Roman work
After the visit, Baha and her family left for Asia Minor. While living in Lambda City, at the age of twenty-one, Jalal married the daughter of a friend of Baha, Gohar. The Seljuq king, Alauddin Kekobad, who was ruling in the nearby city of Konya, became acquainted with the new Baha’i residence (The Ottoman Empire was later occupied by the Konya Empire.) The king,

who respected science and philosophy and promoted academic pursuits, wrote a letter to the Baha, and took it to an official position in the seminary of Konya Offered. Upon Baha’s acceptance, the king warmly welcomed him and his family. The Baha’a resided in Konya and lived there for many years. Since Konya (ancient iconium) was also called rum, Jalal adopted the Roman name as de plume.


After learning from his childhood on his father’s knee, Jalaluddin Rumi had until then mastered Arabic grammar, beliefs, the Qur’an, jurisprudence, Hadith (traditions of the Prophet’s sayings and deeds), Quranic interpretation, history, terminology, theology. ۔ Logic, Philosophy, Mathematics, and Astronomy When her father passed away in 1231, Roman, at the age of twenty-four, succeeded her father as a teacher.

It is believed that Rumi would be familiar with the principles of Sufism under his father’s guidance, though Sufi scholars believe that he did not start formal Sufi training until 1232, when his father Brahmin-ud-din Tirmidhi advanced Who came in hopes of visiting. His master. Upon receiving the news of Baha’s death, Tirmizi took the task of teaching Jalal the principles of the way. The two traveled to Aleppo and Damascus, where the Romans contacted Ibn Arabi, Spain’s most influential Sufi master. Tirmidhi continued the subjects of Sufism to the Romans until his death in 1 240.


He remained a traditional Sufi master at the University of Rome, though he had become a competent Sufi master. In the words of William Chatwick, he “crossed the stations of the Sufi Way and realized the direct and immediate vision of God that he discusses so consistently in his verses But, despite spiritual success, the Roman The outward life was the same, he always was. He was trapped in the traditional activities of a law-abiding and respected doctor. At times, he spoke in his sermons on the spiritual mystery, but he never gave a clue. That he is different from other jurists and lawyers to know about them. “
Rumi gained widespread respect and fame as an ordinary professor, and people from all parts of the East came to him for advice and lectures. Perhaps he would have stayed the same, if he had not contested it with Shamsuddin Tabrizi, a remarkable spiritual figure.

The mysterious Shams first met Jalaluddin Rumi in 1244, when Romy was thirty-eight years old who changed Roman life forever. If Jalaluddin Rumi didn’t meet Shams, he probably wouldn’t write poems at all, and in fact Jalaluddin Rumi as we know them didn’t exist today As Chِtek points out, the influence of Shamus transformed the inner-thinking states of Rome into poetry in the form of poetry “the sea of existence in a movement that resulted in wide waves changing the history of Persian literature. 4 Shams disappeared after three years., Leaving no clue. According to Idris Shah, some Sufis (including Rumi’s son, Sultan Walid) resembled Shams’s mysterious Khazar, the Sufi leader and guardian. , Which appears and then gets out of the ordinary way of spreading its message


Of course, the relationship between Jalaluddin Rumi and Shamus is an unusual one of the spiritual bonds known to history. In the relationship between two human beings, the divine love does not appear externally. 6 As a perfect master, Shamus created lasting perfection within Rome. Therefore, in order to better understand their role in Roman conversion, it is important to learn something about the life of Shams.

Shamsuddin, “The Sunday of Religion”
For the most part, Shams is a mysterious figure. In his teachings, there is nothing left but a book, Articles by EF Shams Tabriz. It consists of a series of talks of Shams in Sufi congregations in Konya. Apparently Shams did not write down his thoughts. Most of his teachings are known through the recorded observations of Roman son Sultan Walid. There are many poems and stories about Shams, and yet his family background and personal history are mostly unknown. However, some speculations were made about his life based on the available sources.

It has been suggested that Mohammad Malikdad, later named Shamsuddin (“Sunday of Religion”), was born in 1138 CE in the city of Tabriz in Persia. In childhood he showed extraordinary traits. Instead of playing, he attended religious lectures and studied the mystic masters of the past. At an early age, he found a sense of panic, looking for a loved one within himself. Since he did not find any children of his age who understood him, he spent most of his time alone. For that reason, Shams always looked sad.


Shams’ parents thought that perhaps his greed was because of the young man’s specific desire that he could not. On the subject, Shams later said, “He asked me, ‘Why are you sad? Do you need silver and gold clothes?’ I replied, ‘No, I wish someone would take the pre-worn stuff.’ “7 By that, Shams meant that he wished his soul would be removed. What a wonderful idea for a child to express! Anyone who listens to such responses on his behalf does not understand the deep meaning behind his words and should have them.

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