World conqueror in love poems

Poet Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi. His poems are a huge sea of ​​rich thoughts in poetry. This man with a bold and loving voice left the mortal world about a thousand years ago today. But his reign of love is not over today. His king’s seat is getting brighter every day in the realm of the mind of art-literature loving people. The intoxication of the people of the world is disappearing in the rhythm of his poems and songs. Leaving the cup of intoxication in the hope of their inner peace, they are hoping to get closer to the great truth of this world.

There is no end to their research on the direction that Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi has presented in his poems. As soon as a book of poems written by him was translated into English, a huge line fell in front of the shop to buy an album of bestseller and lyric poems. At present Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi is one of the most well known and read poets in the western world. Researchers of Persian speaking languages ​​see Jalaluddin Rumi as their greatest poet. The reason for his popularity in the world is that the message of love and affection that he wanted to convey through his poems has been able to transcend the boundaries of language and nation. He has given many important philosophies in his poetry which are the subject of mystery of the soul of all mankind. Besides poetry, he has also written prose. There are some dialogues in his prose literature, which have been standardized by AJ Arberry.


Rumi was a thirteenth-century Persian poet, theologian, and teacher of Sufi philosophy. Rumi was born on September 30, 1207 in Balkh, Afghanistan. Their family was a family of eminent jurists and theologians. His father Sheikh Bahauddin was a famous old scholar of that era. He left for Syria after performing the holy Hajj with his father. Finally, at the invitation of Sultan Alauddin Kaikobad (616-634 AH), the twelfth ruler of the Salzuki dynasty in Eastern Rome, he moved his capital to Kunya, present-day Turkey, and stayed there until the last moment of his life.

Jalaluddin Muhammad Rumi received his early education from his father. After the death of his father at the age of 24, he became the companion of Syed Borhan Uddin Muhakkek Tirmizi. Syed Borhan Uddin was a disciple of Maulana Rumi’s father. On the advice of Syed Borhan Uddin, he visited Damascus to gain experience of the country tour, to acquire higher knowledge and to gain the companionship of the elders of Tariqat. After returning to Damascus full of knowledge and spiritual experience, he returned to Kunia.

Maulana Rumi stayed in Kunia for a long time. Kunia was then one of the cities of Eastern Rome and was known as Rumiatuch Chogra or Little Room. Maulana Rumi was engaged in education initiation and teaching in Kunia with utmost respect and dignity. It was at this time that he met the great Majjub Oli and a revolutionary change took place in his life. The name of that great saint is Shamse Tabrizi. Rumi’s greatness in the overall judgment of literature lies in the fact that he was able to present the essence of holiness in his writings. Which makes people seek holiness and beauty. The human child is born with boundless freedom and infinite heavenly glory. These two are the birthright of human beings. And to get this right, you must surrender to love.

Maulana Rumi has been able to present the truth vividly by drawing examples directly from daily life. Tried to unravel the mystery of the human soul. He has written many fascinating writings on how to achieve the love of the Most Merciful.

The greatest change in Rumi’s life began in 1244. At that time he came in contact with a very amazing personality in Kunia. His name is Shams al-Din Tabriz or Shams-i Tabriz. Shams gives Rumi all the spiritual love that has a profound effect on Rumi. Shams-i Tabriz became a symbol of beauty and greatness. At the same time, he continues to realize that he is taking refuge in the shadow of the Absolute Merciful. In this situation, one day Shams-i Tabriz disappeared.

Again, many think that Shams-i Tabriz was killed. But since then, Rumi’s mind has changed radically. Poems like a fountain flow out with his pen. Rumi, however, has made this clear through many of his writings. And the rest is not that he is a scholar of any level. Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi, one of the best saint poets of the world, left the world at the age of 6 in 62 AH and traveled to another world.

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