The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 17
Page No. 4192 - 4197

Mystical Ideas Share in the Extent of Rumi’s Thoughts

Authors : Akbar Shamloo, Nasser Kazem and Sayde Lolo Mohammadi

Abstract: Rumi sometimes felt frustration and boredom on the grief of losing Shams, his genius, mystical and maturity stimulus. But his unrest spiritwas in another valley with the hope of contact, he came into frenzy and well excited. This study as an analytical-descriptive research based on library sources, investigates factors such as love, devotion to teachers, hope, drunkenness and etc. in the emergence of Rumi Sufism and the extent of his thoughts.

How to cite this article:

Akbar Shamloo, Nasser Kazem and Sayde Lolo Mohammadi, 2016. Mystical Ideas Share in the Extent of Rumi’s Thoughts. The Social Sciences, 11: 4192-4197.

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