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Rumi to be commemorated in central Anatolian festivals
World Bulletin

Rumi to be commemorated in central Anatolian festivals

World Bulletin/News Desk Commemorations ofthe 741th anniversary of the death of MevlanaJalaluddin al-Rumi will beginSunday in the central Anatolian province of Konya, where he is buried. The ceremony isalso known as "Seb-i Arus," orreunion ... World Bulletin, 1 week ago

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Gas supply for eight hours/day: traders of South Punjab hail Prime Minister's decision

December 11, 2014 The Business community of South Punjab has hailed the decision of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for supply of natural gas to textile sector for eight hours/day describing it a wise and far-reaching decision. President of Multan ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago

Living With the Eternal

BENGALURU: Osho, Why am I not curious about anything anymore? Devageet, seven hundred and fifty years ago there was a mystery school exactly like this. The mystery school belonged to one of the greatest Sufis, Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi. The Turkish ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Along the Original Silk Road, Konya's Mystic Music Festival

Dedicated to the memory and the spirit of the great Tunisian Sufi poet and scholar, Si Abdelwahab Meddeb, who cherished and admired the works of Hadharat Mawln Jall ad-Dîn Rûmî There has perhaps never been a greater historical route that has ...
 World Music Central1 week ago

Compendium of Sufi verse launched

KARACHI: While extremist religious groups are wreaking havoc on many parts of the Muslim world, including Pakistan and Iraq, the dissemination of artistic works can provide a response to the obscurantist onslaught by acquainting people with their ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago
Business Standard India

A fine legacy indeed

Murli Deora, Congress leader and former Union minister for petroleum who passed away last week in Mumbai after prolonged illness, has left behind many legacies. But I would like to think that foremost amongst them are the old fashioned ones of ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
Slate Magazine

Faith and Fear in Istanbul

At the end of every service, Alevis repeat the tale of the seventh-century massacre they consider the founding of their faith. Photo by John Wreford EachFriday, Roads & Kingdoms and Slate publish a new dispatch from around the globe. For more ...
 Slate Magazine3 weeks ago

Afghanistan in 2030

In 2030, Afghanistan is a country with a population of about 46 million, compared to the 30 million at present. It is a nation at peace with itself and its neighbours. The country retains its republican Islamic nature but with tolerance, and ...
 Daily Times3 weeks ago

Turkey's Educational Portfolio - 45

Last weekwe have introduced you a peaceful city, Konya and Selçuk University. Today we will share the details of our interview with the rector of Selçuk University Professor Doctor Hakkı Gökbel. Students from which countries are studying at ...
 TRT1 month ago

Sufism: Spirituality needs Truth and Self-Realization of Soul not Religion

Lalaji was so influenced by Hujur Maharaj that he became his disciple and took the path of Sufi philosophy and practiced after experiencing a good deal of wonderful events performed by the Maulana Saheb who made no distinction between different ...
 Meri News1 month ago
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