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Mawlanā Jami
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Jami, Airtwark o Kamāl ud-Dīn Behzād
Mystic, Spiritual Poet, Historian, Theologian
Born 7 November 1414 [1]
Jam, Khorasan (in modren-day Ghor Province o Afghanistan)[2]
Dee'd 9 November 1492 (aged 78)
Herat, Herat Province, Afghanistan
Veneratit in Islam
Influences Prophets o Islam
Influenced Hamza Hakimzade Niyazi
Tradeetion or genre
Sufi poetry
Major warks Haft Awrang

Nur ad-Dīn Abd ar-Rahmān Jāmī (Persie: نورالدین عبدالرحمن جامی‎) an aa kent as Mawlanā Nūr al-Dīn 'Abd al-Rahmān or Abd-Al-Rahmān Nur-Al-Din Muhammad Dashti, or simply as Jami or DJāmī an in Turkey as Molla Cami (7 November 1414 – 9 November 1492), is kent for his achievements as a proleefic scholar an writer o mystical Sufi leeteratur. He wis primarily a prominent poet-theologian o the schuil o Ibn Arabi an a Khwājagānī Sũfī, recognised for his eloquence an for his analysis o the metaphysics o mercy.[3][4] His maist famous poetic warks are Haft Awrang, Tuhfat al-Ahrar, Layla wa -Majnun, Fatihat al-Shabab, Lawa'ih, Al-Durrah al-Fakhirah.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Jami: Ali Asghar Hikmat, Urdu Translation Arif Naushahi, p. 124
  2. "Nour o-Din Abdorrahman Jami". Iran Chamber Society. Retrieved 2013-04-03. 
  3. Rizvi, Sajjad. "The Existential Breath of al-rahman and the Munificent Grace of al-rahim: The Tafsir Surat al-Fatiha of Jami and the School of Ibn Arabi". Journal of Qur'anic Studies. 
  4. Williams, John (1961). Islam. New York: George Braziller.