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Discussion in 'Poetry' started by Noori, Jun 16, 2008.
can someone post the full version of the naat sharif and references for this hikayat?
The Shaykh's blessed shrine. May Allah perfume it! :ra:
An fairly lengthy essay I wrote on Shaykh Sa'di for a Persian course I took a while ago:
http://www.chowk.com/articles/5357 (without the footnotes)
In Iran, every year on April the 20th, intellectuals in Iran celebrate Sa'di day. If only they really knew about his wisdom and knowledge, which stems from him being of the Ahl al-Sunnah and Ahl al-Tasawwuf
The qasida is by Sayyiduna Shaykh Sa'di al-Shirazi radyAllahu anhu from the city of Shiraz, in Fars province in southern Iran.
He is a Sunni Muslim and followed fiqh al-Shafi'i. He was alive on earth during the Mongol times, 13th Century
Shaikh Saadi (alaihi rahma). last line was told by the Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him and his family) when he was stuck on what to write.
who is the author of the following naat sharif, and where can I find complete version ?
Blaghal Ula Bi Kamalihi
Kshafadujja Bi Jamalihi
Hasunat Jamee'o Khisaalihi
Sallu Alaihi wa Alihi
someone told me that some of the couplets were told to the author in dream by our beloved prophet RasūlAllāh şallAllāhu álayhi wa sallam, is it true? and if yes then what are those couplets?