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The Divan By Hafez,

  • Title: The Divan
  • Author: Hafez
  • ISBN: 9789646534780
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Persian poet Hafez 1320 1389 is best known as a Sufi mystic who incorporated elements of Sufism into his verses The state of God Realisation is symbolised through union with a Beloved, and drinking the wine of spiritual love.This compact version of the Divan of Hafez is a facsimile illuminated manuscript, complete with beautiful Persian calligraphy and miniature illThe Persian poet Hafez 1320 1389 is best known as a Sufi mystic who incorporated elements of Sufism into his verses The state of God Realisation is symbolised through union with a Beloved, and drinking the wine of spiritual love.This compact version of the Divan of Hafez is a facsimile illuminated manuscript, complete with beautiful Persian calligraphy and miniature illustrations There are 43 ghazals, translated into English by classical scholar Gertrude Bell It is a truly beautiful introduction not only to the works of this beloved Sufi mystic, but also to the artistry of Mahmoud Farshchian It is like getting two books in one poetry and art.
    The Divan The Persian poet Hafez is best known as a Sufi mystic who incorporated elements of Sufism into his verses The state of God Realisation is symbolised through union with a Beloved and drinkin

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    1. The Divan, Hafez Khw ja Shams ud D n Mu ammad fe e Sh r z , known by his pen name Hafez fe the memorizer the safe keeper 1315 1390 , was a Persian poet who lauded the joys of love and wine but also targeted religious hypocrisy His collected works are regarded as a pinnacle of Persian literature and are often found in the homes of people in the Persian speaking world, who learn his poems by heart and still use them as proverbs and sayings His life and poems have been the subject of much analysis, [...]

    2. Hafiz a quarry of imagery in which poets of all ages might mine Ralph Waldo EmersonShams Ud Din Muhammad or Hafiz is said to be an almost exact contemporary of Chaucer The pen name Hafiz means one who can recite the Koran by heart Not much else is known about Hafiz The poems from The Divan or Collected Works of Hafiz is in fact or less all we know of his life, where we learn that Hafiz received his gift of poetry from a Gypsy mystic scholar who appears only once in a while to mortals.Background [...]

    3. The Poems of Hafez , HafezKhw ja Shams ud D n Mu ammad fe e Sh r z , known by his pen name Hafez fe the memorizer the safe keeper , was a Persian poet who lauded the joys of love and wine but also targeted religious hypocrisy His collected works are regarded as a pinnacle of Persian literature and are often found in the homes of people in the Persian speaking world, who learn his poems by heart and still use them as proverbs and sayings His life and poems have been the subject of much analysis, [...]

    4. The Poems Hafiz Written By The Calligrapher Mir Emad 1600 AD, Hafez 2007 1600 1009 961 932 1024 993 1009 979 503 512

    5. One of those books that, after you finish, you keep close by so that you can, at certain moments, reach out and read one of the poems Because there are moments when, if you are attentive and still enough to listen, you will feel a need for some kind of contact with beauty, a yearning of sorts for something very much like love, that you maybe lost or still hope for The wonder of Hafez poetry is that it answers this universal longing even as it awakens it There are poems where the love is clearly [...]

    6. Hafiz, the secret of God s dread taskNo man knoweth, in youth or primeOr in wisest age of whom would st thou ask What has befallen the wheels of Time My review of The Nightingales are Drunk, one of the few good things to come out of the Penguin Little Black Classics review showWhen I read that collection, I immediately knew I needed to read of his collection, preferably by a different translator that could provide a beautiful writing, and Gertrude Bell s collection provided that To me, a poem [...]

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