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varieties of mystical experience of Urdu Sufi poets

R. S. Bhatnagar

varieties of mystical experience of Urdu Sufi poets

13th to 20th century A.D.

by R. S. Bhatnagar

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Published by Edwin Mellen Press in Lewiston, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sufi poetry, Urdu -- History and criticism,
  • Mysticism in literature,
  • Mysticism -- Islam

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementR.S. Bhatnagar ; with a foreword by M. Wahi-ul-Haq Ansar.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPK2170 .B48 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16799094M
    ISBN 100773451153
    ISBN 109780773451155
    LC Control Number2008017448

    Sufi poetry (Persian: شعر‌ صوفی) has been written primarily in Persian, both for private devotional reading and as lyrics for music played during worship, or dhikr.. Themes and styles established in Punjabi poetry, Sindhi poetry, Arabic poetry and mostly Persian poetry have had an enormous influence on Sufi poetry throughout the Islamic world, and is often part of Sufi music.   Sufi music, in particular, creates a mystical experience which is best captured by Urdu word, ‘Wajd’. Wajd indicates complete immersion (irrespective of identities) for experiencing oneness Author: MANASA KAMBANNA.

    Sufism has a history in India evolving for over 1, years. The presence of Sufism has been a leading entity increasing the reaches of Islam throughout South Asia. Following the entrance of Islam in the early 8th century, Sufi mystic traditions became more visible during the 10th and 11th centuries of the Delhi Sultanate and after it to the rest of India. (Masnavi Book 4: 27) The Sufi who contemplated the beauty of the Garden in his own heart (Masnavi Book 4: 28) Worldly knowledge and power a dangerous weapon in the hands of the wicked (Masnavi Book 4: 29) “O thou that wrappest thyself”.

    It consists of a variety of mystical paths that are designed to ascertain the nature of humanity and of God and to facilitate the experience of the presence of divine love and wisdom in the world. Islamic mysticism is called taṣawwuf (literally, “to dress in wool”) in Arabic, but it has been called Sufism in Western languages since the early 19th century. Allama Iqbal, one of the greatest Urdu poets has discussed Sufism, philosophy and Islam in his English work The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam. Visual art. Many painters and visual artists have explored the Sufi motif through various disciplines.


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The Varieties of Mystical Experience of Urdu Sufi Poets: 13th to 20th Century A.D. by Rajendra Sarup Bhatnagar (Author), Wahi-ul-Haq Ansari, M. (Foreword)Genres: Humanities, Textbook. Get this from a library. The varieties of mystical experience of Urdū Ṣūfī poets (13th to 20th century A.D.).

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Wahi-Ul-Haq (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Rajendra Sarup Bhatnagar. The initiation of Urdu poetry in Delhi signalled the end of Urdu shayeri in Deccan which was still in the nascent stage.

Since Deccani had taken deep roots in the region, Delhi’s language did not have an immediate impact. Along with chaste Urdu, poets here started blending Deccani words also in their shayeri, popularly called ‘Rekhta’.

Anthology of Great Sufi & Mystical Poets of PakistanTranslation & Introduction by Paul SmithCONTENTS: The Main Forms in the Sufi & Mystical Poetry of Pakistan 7.

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List of Famous Urdu Poets and Poetry by top Urdu poets مشہور شعراء. Read Shayari of the best poets in the poetry collection. Read Nazams and Ghazals of top Urdu poets. Read love poetry, sufi poetry, sad poetry, Naat sharif and Hamad by poets of Pakistan and India.

Rumi’s Poetry Poems of Love Mystical Poems Poetry of Passion Wedding Poems Poems of Life and Death Poems of Realisation Poems from Divani Shams Rubaiyat Masnavi Other Sufi Poetry. Index of Poets Click on an alphabet below to see a list of poets with names starting with that alphabet.

Or, if you like, just scroll down to browse through the list of poets. Beside writing mystical poetry in numerous languages, Amir Khusro is also credited as the founding father of the world famous Sufi Qawwali Music of Indian Subcontinent.

Fluent in Persian, Arabic, Turkish, Sanskrit, as well as other regional Indian dialects, Amir Khusro remains as one of the most respected and revered medieval Persian speaking Sufi poets of india.

A Journey of a Sufi is a saga and a tale of a practicing Sufi, who has lived in the world like any one but differently, practicing the ancient Sufi wisdom. Dr S L Peeran hails from a Sufi background, whose fore-bearers hail from the Holy Prophet’s family.

The book has three sections. The mystical utterances of Rumi and other great Sufi Masters speak directly to the heart. They encourage us to see the hidden Light, to discover Divine Secrets, to Author: Santmat. Mahmood Jamal is the author of the Penguin Book Of Modern Urdu Poetry and has several volumes of poetry to his name and has been published widely in anthologies of British poetry.

His latest volume, Sugar-Coated Pill was published in May to wide critical acclaim/5(5). Sufi Poetry in UrduSufi Poetry - Mystic Sufi poetry in Urdu is something to cherish from the past.

An eminent part of Pakistani culture and tradition, Punjabi, Sindhi & Sufi poetry images & pics has its origin in the divine sources that dedicates admiration to the Creator of Universe.

Here we are going to discuss best Urdu poetry is related to many aspects of life. There are multiple kinds of Urdu poet, some wish to write. So this article helps you to find the best Urdu poets Urdu poetry is a rich convention of verse and has a wide range of structures. MOLANA RUMI LIFE Generally referred to as Rumi, but known to Iranians as Mawlavi or Maulana (our master), and to the Turks as Mevlavi, Maulana Jalal.

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the book of urdu sufi poets Translation & Introduction Paul Smith Some of the greatest and most memorable spiritual poems of all time have been composed in the Urdu language and are contained in this : "This book examines the theological, philosophical and Islamic mystical dimensions of the Suhrawardî sufi order from the 13th to 15th centuries.

The Suhrawardîs were a legally grounded and intellectually vibrant sufi order whose mystical path was based on exchanges and debates on the Qur'an and on the Prophet's customs.

Here are some of my favorite mystical love poems by the great Sufi poet and mystic Jalal al-Din Rumi: 1. One went to the door of the Beloved and knocked.

A voice asked: “Who is there?” He answered: “It is I.” The voice said: “There is no room here for me and thee.” The door was shut. After a .The first systematic books explaining the tenets of Sufism date from the 10th century; but earlier, Muḥāsibī had already written about spiritual education, Ḥallāj had composed meditations in highly concentrated language, and many Sufis had used poetry for conveying their experiences of the ineffable mystery or had instructed their disciples in letters of cryptographic density.This Sufi poet and theologian of the 18th Century Delhi is an important representative of the Naqshbandi, Mujaddidi lineage of Sufism.

He is also known as the leader and theoretician of the Muhammadi path because he fashioned himself in the image of the Muhammad, the last prophet of Islam.