Rumi the Path of Loveby Camille Helminski, Kabir E. Helminski (Translator)
Seven centuries after his death, Jelaluddin Rumi maintains a unique position of significance in the hearts and minds of people today. It is the deep emotional power of this extraordinary man that has made his poetry become the epitome of the romantic, passionate voice we all long to express. This beautifully designed box contains a 128-page book and 50 lavishly illustrated cards. One side of each card depicts a glorious color illustration drawn from original Persian classical art; and on the other side there is a Rumi poem. The book includes a history of Rumi's life, and explanation of the Sufi path of Love and interpretations of all the poems.
About The Author:
Jalalaldin Rumi received his mystical training first from Syed Burnham-al-Din and later from Shams al-Din Tabriz. He became famous for his mystical insight, his religious knowledge and his Persian poetry. He is one of the few intellectuals and mystics whose views have profoundly affected the world-view in its higher perspective in large parts of the Islamic World. His books include Tasawwuf, Mathanawi, and Diwan.
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