Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi Comments (24)
23 Jun 01:26
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi name of greatest introspective soul the inner journey maker the true self knowing knowledge holder..........///
06 Mar 06:11
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09 Feb 09:32
MEWLANA RUMI- the name of LOVE for EVERYONE equally O' Yeah; the true sense of GOD is here in his versification I find an absolute VEIN of LOVE for HUMANITY through the HOLY SPIRITUALITY. My love, my worshiping of verse follow HIM as the GOD of my SPIRITUALISM.
25 Jan 06:00
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21 Jan 02:01
ਅਸੀਂ ਰੂਮੀ ਕਿਥੋਂ ਲੱਬੀਏ ਫਰੀਦ ਕਿਥੋਂ ਲਈਏ
14 Jan 07:46
in one of rumi's most loved poems, Come, come i am sure it should read wanderer, not wonderer. please correct this
18 Dec 2018 11:03
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17 Dec 2018 12:05
anyone please help me. I can't understand about the jalalludin rumi poetry, it was about the way things should. I have rehearsal of my lecturer. I need to analylize the poetry but i couldn't understand what the meaning of that.
08 Dec 2018 05:30
As I sit down to a book of Rumi's poetry, I am reading in two different worlds at once. To follow where Rumi's thoughts go, I have to stretch myself. I can see old desires fall behind like stepping stones as love's new face beckons me. I see a giant sun cloaked in darkness, underlying every phase of phenomenal existence. Around the corolla of that sun, every loving impulse ever conceived still radiates in an eternal now.
08 Dec 2018 05:18
In 2015 I traveled to Turkey to attend a conference in Istanbul. I made a side trip on my own to Konya, to visit the Mevlani Memorial Shrine. The shrine was built by the Sultan of Konya; it was completed twenty years after Rumi's death. For me, going there was a poetic pilgrimage. I stood for a long time looking at the intricate patterns in the silk carpet draped over Rumi's tomb. The patterns are good for inducing reverie- they appear and disappear against the dark green background.