Masnavi manavi farsi pdf

 

    Masnavi Ma'navi Maulvi Jalaluddin Rumi vol 1مثنوي معنوي مولوي جلال الدين الرومي دفتر اول. Masnavi Farsi Text and English Translation by Nicholson. Masnavi e Ma'navi (BOOK I). Translated & Abridged by E. H. Whinfield. 1. Document Produced by Dr. Behrouz Ho oun Far.

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    Masnavi Manavi Farsi Pdf

    Those who would like to hear the Masnavi as they are reading it in Persian on a Use the "Concordance of MP3 Audio Files" (PDF -- see below) to find other. Masnavi, Maulavi, Manavi is a series of 6 books of Persian poetry of read online and download Masnavi Rumi – Complete Sindhi translation () in Pdf. Da Maulana R.A ketab de pa Urdu ke dalta upload krhe dai, ma sara pa Farsi ke. Masnavi i Ma'navi. Teachings of Rumi. The Spiritual Couplets of. Maulana Jalalu- 'd-din Muhammad i Rumi. Translated and abridged by. E.H. Whinfield, M.A.. ✺.

    Barcelona: Oniro, Milan: Oscar Saggi Mondadori, Greek translation by Sophia Leibadopolou: Souphismos. Athens: Ekdoseis Archetypo, Russian translation by A. Gorkavago: Sufizm. Moscow: Fair-Press, Complete online Russian version here. Indonesian translation: Ajaran dan Amaliah Tasawuf. Using a chronological reading of the text according to the conclusions of modern scholarship, Carl W.

    It is because they knew all current knowledge such as medicine, mathematics, and literature 11 - Poets and writers pay attention to the medicine. They combine medicine and Islamic rules. These scientists produce a good feature for this job. We try to find this feature and illustrate it to the young physician.

    Medicinal Behavior in Persian Literature by Emphasis on Ibn-Sina Popular Literature

    Each poet such as Ghanjavi has poems about medicine and religious. Value of medicine in hereafter was discussed in Kelile va Demne.

    Imam Sadiq said: The people in the work world need 3 persons. If they were not, they would be imprudent people in their life. The narratives of infallible Imams contents of these can be seen. Three eyes that did not burn in the fire: an eye for protecting the borders of the Islamic nation. Eye which cry for sins.

    The eye is awake and expressed sympathy for the patient. Relationship with God, and effectiveness of physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of patients Trust on God The Story of King and slave A physician could not cure slave disease but king depend on God and slave get her health.

    Poets said God will help is not enough. People should accept it by heart. Curing Mamoon relatives by Bakhtishow Bakhtishow was Mamoon family doctor. One time he could not treat. He become sad, he understands. It was because he did not have trust. If doctor trust on God in diagnosis, they become success.

    In Kharazmshahi, writer recommend trust on God to the doctors Confirmation of the Divine Friendly doctor should be allowed by God to guide the treatment of incurable diseases. Physician must be convinced that God is able to help him in diagnosing diseases.

    Masnavi Rumi Urdu Translation

    Doctors should accept God by their heart. They should know, if God help, they can diagnose disease.

    Having a good faith Physician must have faith to the God commands. Doctors should have a firm belief to God rules. Once upon a time, Emam Abobekr Daghag wanted to treat patient. After 3 ays he could not, he read Fatehat- ol- Ketab and could treat him.

    One time a doctor could not cure chest disease. He tried each drugs, he understood he had a bad relation with his father. After that he continued treatment, he become good. Using a chronological reading of the text according to the conclusions of modern scholarship, Carl W.

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