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Book Title Divan E Shams Divan Kabir
Book AuthorJalaal al-Din al-Rumi
Total Pages774
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Divan-e Shams – Divan Kabir

Divan-e Shams – Divan Kabir

This is a humble attempt of an English translation of the late distinguished 

Turkish Scholar Abdulbaki Golpinarli’s (d.1982) seven volumes of the Divan-i Kebir of Mevlana Celaleddin. 

According to Golpinarli, his translation of the Divan was based on the following sources: 

1. Two volumes of theDivan which were compiled between July 2, 1367 and October 13, 1368 by Hasan ibni Osman-al Mavlavi. 

This Divan has 290 pages, and the volume dimensions are 0.325 x 0.47 meters. It is registered at the Mevlana Museum in Konya as No. 68 and No. 69. 

2. The Divan registered at the Library of the University of Istanbul, No. 334, which was compiled in the 15th century. 

3. The Divan owned by Golpinarli, prepared in 1691 in Baghdad. Later, this Divan was donated to the Mevlana Museum in Konya. 

4. Eight volumes of Kulliyat-i Shems yaDivan Kebir prepared by Bedi-uz- Zaman Furuzan-fer, prepared in 1965 (1345 S.H.). 

There are many other versions of the Divan-iKebir, but these are the most dependable ones. 

Divan-i Kebir, also known as Divan I Shams, is a collection of poems composed by Mawln Jall-ad-Dn Muhammad Balkh, popularly known as Rumi, a Persian poet and Sufi mystic.

 It is a collection of Persian lyric poems with over 40,000 verses and over 3,000 ghazals. 

The poems of the Divan display Rumi’s distinctive, trance-like lyrical style while adhering to the lengthy heritage of Sufi poetry and traditional metrical standards of ghazals. 

The Divan is dedicated to Shams-i Tabrizi, Rumi’s beloved spiritual teacher, and contains many verses praising him and lamenting his disappearance.

 It was written in the aftermath of Shams-i Tabrizi’s disappearance.

 The Divan, despite not being a didactic work, examines important philosophical topics, particularly those of love and desire.

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