Göre, Zehra
September 2005
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2005, Vol. 9 Issue 25, p247
Academic Journal
Adni Receb Dede is one of the poets of the seventeenth century. He was born in Serez. Firstly he performed as a sheikh in Serez Mevlevihane, and then in Belgrad mevlevihane. He died in 1689 AD (Hicri 1100) in Belgrad. He has four works. These are, Divan, Nahl-i Tecelli, Åžerh-i Kasaid-i Urfi and Pend-i Adni.


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