The generalities of Shams Tabrizi or the Great Divan, the Divan of Maulana Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi, include his lyric poems, quatrains and preferences. Divan Shams Tabrizi in the tradition of Rumi’s family and Rumi dynasty in the days after Rumi was known as the Great Divan. It seems that what has been common in Rumi has been the Divan or Ghazals and later it has been referred to as the Great Divan. Also, the title of Divan Shams Tabrizi or the generalities of Shams Tabrizi is one of the titles that have been given to it in later periods, considering that most of these lyric poems were written by Maulana addressed to Shamsuddin Tabrizi.
Short and complete copies of this divan have been popular among the people of taste and the companions of the monastery for a long time. Has been published.
The last, most comprehensive and correct edition using 12 old and important copies in the order of rhyming letters [the last letter of the verse], in the order of each letter, in ten volumes by Badi-ol-Zaman Forouzanfar for the first time between 1336 and 1345 by University Press Tehran was published. The first seven volumes of the ten volumes of Divan Shams Tabrizi in Forouzanfar’s revised edition include lyric poems, preferences and compositions, and the end of the seventh volume of Farhang Nawadar’s vocabulary and the eighth volume include quatrains and the last two volumes include various catalogs of Divan Kabir, which include 36,360 verses. It has 3230 lyric poems, 1994 quatrains and 44 preferences.
Ghazal No. 2039, this ghazal was composed by Rumi in the context of illness addressed to his child:
Head to the bed, leave me alone
Leave me spoiled at night
May and soda wave, night to day alone
You want to hurt the king, you want to go and persecute
Get away from me, you will not be in trouble
Choose health, leave evil
Mayim and water, crawling in the corner of sorrow
Put a hundred Asian stones on our water
It’s dazzling us, it’s so heartbreaking
Kill, do not tell anyone: plan bloodthirsty
It is not obligatory to be faithful to the good king of Royan
O yellow on the lover, you wait and fulfill
It is a pain not to die, it is not a cure
So how do I tell Cain to cure pain?
In the dream of an old shower, I saw love in the dormitory
He motioned for me to decide for us
If there is a dragon, it is love because it is emerald
Repel the dragon with its emerald electricity
Enough of me, you are a great artist
History of Bu’ali Go, punish Bo’ala
Divan Shams, Divan Kabir or Kaliat Shams Tabrizi are the other names of this masterpiece of Maulana Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi.
Divan Shams Tabrizi is the name of a unique work by the creator of the spiritual Masnavi, namely Maulana Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi. The reason for naming this book is that Rumi was strongly influenced by Shams Tabrizi and wrote most of the poems in this book addressed to him.
It may be interesting for you to know that Shams Tabrizi was not a famous scientific figure, and if it were not for the blessing of Rumi’s love for him, his name might never have remained. It is still a question for many researchers. What did Rumi see in Shams that made him so submissive?
But whatever it was, Rumi always considered himself a disciple of Shams Tabrizi.
Poetry is the language of emotion. Often by reading a poem, emotions are aroused in us that can be of the poet’s kind of emotions and thus create solidarity between the poet and the reader. When a person suffers from mental suffering, he tries by any means to express this sorrow and find a way to express it. Rumi’s way was poetry. Staying away from his constant friend and target, Shams Tabrizi, made him so confused that he had no other language to express this fascination. Therefore, Tarb provoked him and sent his lyric and lyric poems to his friend.
The fast music of Rumi’s sonnets in Divan-e Shams is reminiscent of Samaa meetings, and his use of popular words is a kind of tradition breaking in the official literature of his time. In this way, Rumi tries to leave the judgment of poetry to the general public, because the main audience of his poetry is every free man who is fascinated by something in this world. Whether it is existence or non-existence, or itself and God. Whether it is beauty and love, or freedom and authority. All these concepts were aroused in the shadow of Shams Tabrizi’s kindness in Rumi’s fascinated soul, and with his migration, this volcano erupted in love, and each of its lavas became a lyric on Shams Tabrizi’s divan.
Rumi’s imagination has no boundaries in this divan and uses every element to depict the greatness and grandeur of his worldview. The easy-to-read version of Divan-e-Shams, by marking and the meaning of difficult words, helps readers to better communicate the secrets of this eternal treasure of Rumi.
Excerpts from the book Divan Shams Tabrizi
Satisfied, my soul, do not stop and do not say enough / Even though you are bored, do not underestimate anyone / Because the Prophet was bored and became sour / Naseh Izadi, he rebuked Abbas / Khosh Hein escaped one breath / Enjoyed whatever he cooked between his sex / We cook together, we are not a little bit of lentils / I do not take special joys from this thankfulness / It was death, their separation was death, which was lust / My drunken opponent gave me a shower Cebu in my hand / I will break that Cebu on my head / I will not take the weak breath of my stomach as my opponent / Zanek will die from this fly / I will not look back and forth I will be ashamed And then / Good morning, may the sun be on him / Happy night, may he be on the alley of the heart of Ass / The love of the doctor came to me / He put his hand on my vein, he said, he became weak, Majes / He said, It was grilled towards Ran Fars wine / He said, “If you eat wine, do not eat from the floor of any sting.” Saqqa Cain Fars Al-Hayat Tu / The water of life kills, open from him Jars / The water of life from his honor It does not reach any side / saddle, causing a different amount of water of life in the bath
Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi known as Rumi, Rumi and Rumi, born on October 6, 586 and died on December 25, 652 AH, is one of the most famous and influential Iranian poets. Jalaluddin Mohammad Balkhi was born in Balkh. His father, Maulana Muhammad ibn Husayn, a preacher known as Bahا’u’llدینh Walid and Sultan al-‘Ulama, was a Sufi nobleman and a mystic, and his cloak was attributed to Ahmad al-Ghazali. He had a long history in mysticism and behavior, and because he was not a person of debate and controversy, and he knew true knowledge and knowledge in esoteric behavior, not in verbal and verbal debates and debates, the flag bearers of theology and …
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