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Poetry
  • Author:
    Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi,Nevit Oguz Ergin
  • ISBN:
    1887991026
  • ISBN13:
    978-1887991025
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    Echo Publications/Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Turkey; First edition (March 1, 1997)
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    278 pages
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Meter 8a of the 22 meters of Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi's masterpiece, the Divan-i Kebir. During his lifetime, Ergin was a physician practicing in Michigan and California, gave lectures on Rumi at Marin Community College in Northern California and throughout India for the .

Meter 8a of the 22 meters of Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi's masterpiece, the Divan-i Kebir. In addition to his translations, he is the author of The Sufi Path of Annihilation, Tales of a Modern Sufi, Unknown Rumi, and others as well.

Meter 2 of the 22 meters of Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi's masterpiece, the Divan-i Kebir, translated into . Ergin recognized the challenge of translating from Turkish into English a work that was originally recorded in ancient Farsi.

Meter 2 of the 22 meters of Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi's masterpiece, the Divan-i Kebir, translated into English in its entirety for the first time.

Divan-I Kebir, Meter 4 book. Divan-I Kebir Meter 4: Bahr-I Muzari Ahrab-I Mekfut (Divan - I Kebir). 1887991026 (ISBN13: 9781887991025).

Find nearly any book by Nevit Oguz Ergin. by Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi, Nevit Oguz Ergin. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9781887991025 (978-1-887991-02-5) Softcover, Echo y of Culture of the Republic of Turkey, 1997. Divan-i Kebir Volume 8 (Meter 8b): Bahr-i Remil. by Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi, Translator Nevit Oguz Ergin.

Divan-I Kebir : Meter 4 Bahr-I Muzari Ahrab-I Mekfut. By (author) Mevlana Celaleddin Rumi, Translated by Nevit Oguz Ergin.

Meter 8b of the 22 meters of Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi's masterpiece, the Divan-i Kebir.

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Home, Divan-i Kebir Individual Books, Divan-i Kebir Volume 4, Meter 4: Bahr-i Muzari Ahrab-i Mekfuf. Divan-i Kebir Volume 4, Meter 4: Bahr-i Muzari Ahrab-i Mekfuf. Whoever drinks the wine of secrets from this glass Will be annihilated In the Union of the Beloved. He will go beyond himself with ecstasy. Product Details: Paperback: 286 pages. SKU: D-K 4-4 Category: Divan-i Kebir Individual Books.

Bahr-I Muzari Ahrab-I Mekfut (Divan - I Kebir). by Rumi (Jalāl ad-Dīn Muḥammad Balkhī). Published March 1997 by Maypop Books.

Divan-i Kebir Volume 9 has been added to your Cart. Millicent Alexander met Nevit Ergin in 1972 and worked with him to bring Rumi's poetry to the Western world from 1992 until his passing in 2015. She is a retired educator who lives in Los Angles, California. Series: Divan-i Kebir.

Meter 4 of the 22 meters of Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi's masterpiece, the Divan-i Kebir, translated into English in its entirety for the first time.

The Divan-i Kebir, or Divan-i Shams is the anthology of Rumi's poems from the time he met Shams (1244) until the day he died (1273). Although Shams disappeared from Rumi's life after only three years, the impact of this Saint and Master transformed Rumi's life into one of self-annihilation, spiritual longing and ecstasy, all clearly reflected in his poetry.

Rumi's poetry is recorded in 13th century Farsi, the language of the times in Anatolia (some Arabic, Turkish and Greek also appears). Rumi did not write down his poetry. Rather, he spontaneously recited poems day and night, and assigned people, called katib-i esrar [secret secretary], surrounded and followed him, recording what he said.

These more than 44,000 verses are beautiful explanations of the secret of life, Love, humanity, God, and more. They also serve as historical sketches of 13th Century life in Konya, Anatolia. And, they take the reader into the spiritual journey Rumi took 800 years ago toward the enlightenment of Love. For more information, visit ReadingRumi.com.