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Life and teaching of Jami

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Jami : Biography

Jami (1414-92) (Nur al-Din 'Abd al-Rahman ibn Ahmad al-Jami) commonly called the last great classical poet of Persia, saint and mystic, composed numerous lyrics and idylls, as well as many works in prose. His Salaman and Absal is an allegory of profane and sacred love. Some of his other works include Haft Awrang, Tuhfat al-Ahrar, Layla wa -Majnun, Fatihat al-Shabab, Lawa'ih, al-Durrah al-Fakhirah.

Source : Jonathan Star, The inner Treasure

Jami : Bibliography

- Jami, Nur-Ud-Din Abd-Ur-Rahman. Lawa'ih: A Treatise on Sufism. Translated by E. H. Whinfield. London: Theosophical Publishing House, 1978: A short treatise on divine reality, knowledge, and the spiritual states and stations, by the celebrated Persian poet Jami (1414-1492), in a mixture of prose and verse. The author was an influential member of the Naqshbandiyyah Order, which still exists today.

Jami : Links

Islam, Abd el-Kader, Abu Bakr al Sabbak, Abu Sa'id, Adda Bentounčs, Ahmad Al-Alawi, Al Nuri, Al-Junayd, Araqi, Attar, Baba Kuhi of Shiraz, Bistami, Cheikh Ahmed Tidiane Sy, Cheikh Bamba Dieye, Dhu-l-Nun, Frithjof Schuon, Ghazzali, Hallaj, Hujwiri, Ibn 'Arabi, Ibn' Ata' Allah, Iraqi, Jami, Kalabadhi, Khaled Bentounčs, Nazir, Others Sufis Teaching, Rabia al-Adawiyya, Rumi, Shabistari, Sheikh Badruddin, Sheikh Muzaffer, Sidi Hamza al Qâdiri al Boutchichi, Umar Ibn Al-Farid, etc.

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On line Books : The Mystics of Islam by Reynold A. Nicholson. [1914].