Sufi and philosophical heritage of Jalaluddin Rumi

https://doi.org/10.21744/ijhla.v5n1.1799

Authors

  • Karomat Kilicheva Doctor of Pedagogy, Professor, Department of Media marketing and media design, Journalism and Mass Communication University of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
  • Gavkhar Klicheva Undergraduate Student, School of Psychology, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea

Keywords:

Masnavi, philosophy, Rumi, sufi poetry, sufism

Abstract

Rumi was one of the most famous Sufi, poet, and spiritual teachers who have globally drawn the attention of many. Rumi's teachings have been valued and used by Sufi masters after him, and are studied in contemporary mystic circles. Not only Sufis, but others as well refer to his teachings for lessons, and those who enjoy poetry are intoxicated by Rumi's magical words. He views that, humans tend to move upwards to realize their potential. Rumi’s poetry whether or not is the result of his ecstatic moment is a reflection of his close relationship with people around him.  Despite his greatness as a  scholar,  he always mingled with society,  listened to their sharing, and advised them to solve the problem.  This interaction created a  paradigm that enabled him to see things as a whole,  in an interactional way that is interconnected as a harmony. Thus, this paper attempts to review and analyze Rumi’s life and his contributions in the fields of spirituality and philosophy.

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Published

2021-12-18

How to Cite

Kilicheva, K., & Klicheva, G. (2021). Sufi and philosophical heritage of Jalaluddin Rumi. International Journal of Humanities, Literature & Arts, 5(1), 1-4. https://doi.org/10.21744/ijhla.v5n1.1799

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