Kitāb-i mustaṭāb-i Kullīyāt-i (Collection of works from Hakim Sanai) contains poetic works of Abu al-Majd Majdud ibn Adam Sanai Ghaznwai (died circa ). Hakim Sanai. Those unable to grieve, or to speak of their love, or to be grateful, those who can’t remember God as the source of everything,. might be described. Browse through Hakim Sanai’s poems and quotes. 0 poems of Hakim Sanai. Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams, Annabel Lee. Hakim.
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Sweetness and life are the words of the man who threads this path in silence; when he speaks it is not from ignorance, and when he is silent it is not from sloth.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sanai is considered to be the first to compose qasida odeghazal lyricand masnavi rhymed couplet poems in Persian, and he is famous for his homiletic poetry and role in the development of early mystical literature. To non-existence mosque and church are one; to a shadow, heaven and hell likewise.
De Bruijn, Of Piety and Poetry: Melt yourself down in his search: He is no tyrant: He is considered the first poet to use the hakom odeghazal lyricand the bakim rhymed couplet sana express the philosophical, mystical and ethical ideas of Sufism. And when you have abandoned both individuality and understanding, the world will become that. Contemporary Persian and Classical Persian are the same language, but writers since are classified as contemporary.
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He hits out at human hypocrisy and folly; . Knowing what you know, be serene also, like the mountain; and do not be distressed by misfortune. The last page of this lithographed edition, copied from one or multiple old manuscripts, states that it was printed and published at Matb-e Brejis in Bombay by Aqa Muhammad Jafar Sanao in October Bosworth, The Later Ghaznavids The coming of death is the key which unlocks the unknown domain; but for death, the door of true faith would remain unopened.
He knows only his hands and feet, how should he know about God?
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When you can expound on this, you will know the pure essence of faith; till then, what have faith and you in common? Lose yourself, and the hell of your heart becomes a heaven.
In His presence, silence is the gift of tongues. At one time, Persian was a common cultural language of much of the non-Arabic Islamic world. The book has more than pages in total, paginated with Indo-Arabic numerals. Daughter of Fire Kabir: How can you go forward?
Collection of Works from Hakim Sanai
For close to years, in the East at any rate, The Walled Garden of Truth has been consistently read and employed as a classic and Sufi textbook. Despite his strong influence not much is known about his life and much is gleaned from his poetry which is often autobiographical. Sufi poetryWisdom Literature. Time Does Not Exist Part 1 of 2. He haiim himself to us out of kindness: Views Read Edit View history. Lose yourself, and anything can be accomplished. For the wise man evil and good are both exceeding good.
You have broken faith, yet still he keeps his faith with you: If you know your own worth, what need you care about the acceptance or rejection of others?
Verses appear very compressed throughout, covering entire pages including the margins.