The Masnavi, or Masnavi-i Ma’navi (Persian: مثنوی معنوی ), also written Mesnevi, Mathnawi, that man to be Mufti Ilhai Bakhsh Kandhlawi, who authored Ikhtimaam-e-Mathnawi as an addendum and the completion of this magnum opus. Maarif e Masnavi – Sharah Masnvi Maulna Room By Shah Hakeem Ilaj e Kibr By Maulana Shah Hakeem Muhammad AkhtarIn “Ikhlaqiat”. The Reality of Tasawwuf By Shaykh Shah Hakeem AkhtarIn “English Islamic Books”. At-Tasharruf bi Marifat -ul- Ahadith -at- Tasawwuf.
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The Masnavior Masnavi-i Ma’navi Persian: It is one of the best known and most influential works of Sufism. The Masnavi is a series of six books of poetry that together mazrif to around 25, verses or 50, lines.
The title Masnavi-i Ma’navi Persian: The Masnavi is a poetic collection of anecdotes and stories derived from the Quranhadith sources, and everyday tales.
Stories are told to illustrate a point and each moral is discussed in detail. It incorporates a variety of Islamic wisdom but primarily mawrif on emphasizing inward personal Sufi interpretation. In contrast to Rumi’s Diwan, the Masnavi is a relatively “sober” text.
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It explains the various dimensions of spiritual life and practice to Sufi disciples and anyone who wishes to ponder the meaning of life. The Masnavi was started by the Rumi during the final years of his life. He began dictating the first book around the age of 54 around the year and continued composing verses until his death in The sixth and final book would remain incomplete. It is documented that Rumi began dictating the verses of the Masnavi at the request of his favourite disciple, Husam al-Din Chalabi, who observed that many of Rumi’s followers dutifully read the works of Sana’i and ‘Attar.
Thus, Rumi began creating a work in the didactic style of Sana’i and ‘Attar to complement his other poetry. These men are said to have met amarif in meetings where Rumi would deliver the verses and Chalabi would write them down and recite them back matthnawi him.
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Each book consists of about 4, verses and contains its own prose introduction and prologue. Some scholars suggest that in addition to the incomplete Book 6, there might have been a seventh volume. The six books of w Masnavi can be divided into three groups of two because each pair is linked by a common theme: In addition to the reoccurring themes presented in each book, Rumi includes multiple points of view or voices inviting the reader to fall into “imaginative enchantment.
The Masnavi has no framed plot and includes a variety of scenes, from popular stories and scenes of the local bazaar to fables and tales from Rumi’s time. It also includes quotations from the Qur’an and from hadith accounts from the time of Mohammed. Although there is no constant frame, style, or plot, Rumi generally follows a certain writing pattern that flows in the following order: From Wikipedia, maarof free encyclopedia.
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