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Mavlana Celaleddin Rumi Season 2 Episode 15 in English

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“Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi” who was a spiritual leader, Muslim poet, philosopher, Islamic figure, theologian and Sufi. September 30, 1207, Balkh, Afghanistan, present-day Afghanistan. His father, Baha Uddin Walad, was also a religious spiritual leader.

who was known to Rumi’s followers as “Sultan al Ulama”. His mother’s name was Mu’mina Hatun. Their family task was to propagate the Hanafi school of Islam.

Rumi’s teachings have inspired people all over the world. His message of love, unity and spiritual wisdom has had a profound impact on both Islamic and Western cultures and is as relevant today as it was centuries ago.
His spirituality influenced Bahaddin Zakaria, Farid-al-Din Attar, Razaq al-Gilani, Bayazid Bustami and Shams-i-Tabrizi etc.

He also wrote his literary works in Persian, Turkish, Arabic, Greek languages. His literature has also influenced Azerbaijan, USA and South Asian countries. He died on 17 December 1273. Read more

Mavlana Celaleddin Rumi Episode 15 English Subtitles

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4 Comments

  1. Aslam Alaikum

    It’s an incredibly informative biography of Maulana Rumi, especially when delving into the details you’ve provided. The revelation that he died four years before being born (Born 30 September 1277 and died 23 December 1273) is truly astonishing – a miraculous oversight. However, I kindly urge you to conduct a thorough audit before publication. Thousands of your viewers trust the information you present, and surely, you wouldn’t want to unintentionally mislead them.

    Kindest regards
    Majid

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