Şimşek, Selami
June 2004
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2004, Vol. 8 Issue 20, p259
Academic Journal
Edirne is our important frontier city which embraced many orders. Halvetiye, Mevlevi, Celvetiye, Kadiriye, Rufaiyah, Nakshibendi, Bektashiism, Sadiye, Zeyniye and Kazenuriye are well-known orders in active in Edirne. Aforementioned orders, and sheiks, dervish lodges that were belonging to this orders, were effective on ordinary of people and intellectual people literature, particularly in dervish lodge literature. Hasan Sezâi, was upon Neşati, Süleyman Neşet, Kabuli, Zati, Abdulhay Celveti, Senai, Enis Receb Dede, Enis Mustafa Dede, Nakshi Mustafa Dede, Tevfik Bey and Hakkİ Bey are the sufi-poets who are prominant in this field.


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