TITLE

MYSTICAL ARABIC POETRY: DEPICTION OF LOVE AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE FROM 'OTHERS'

AUTHOR(S)
Sathar. M., Sufyan Abdul
PUB. DATE
August 2014
SOURCE
Golden Research Thoughts;Aug2014, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Love is considered as a mean to understanding and gaining knowledge of God since ancient period, consequently mysticism continue as a way to being set free from worldly things and attaining approbation from the God. Literature had much done in circulating importance and role of mysticism in society. Mystical Arabic poetry goes through several stages including 'Isthmic' (Barzaqi') by which knowledge can be achieved through wisdom and sense. Deep love and affection have more importance in these steps of mysticism, while we can see plenty of Arabic poetry dealing with mystical ideas through whole hearted love. Mystical Arabic poetry depict broad concept of love. Jalaluddin rumi, Ibnul farid, Imam Busuri, Hallaj and others portrayed the concept of love through their collection of poems (Diwaan). There are some differences in the idea of love in mystical Arabic poetry and other which from Dark Age and medieval period of Arabic literature, for instance, feeling of love in the ode of Imrul Qais and Burdah of Busuri. This paper examine in the last chapter the ways by which love be cause to coexistence and peace in mystical view.
ACCESSION #
97355229

 

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