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Top 20 Tales from Mathnawi RUMI By Vahdat Torabi
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The story displays an integral part of the cultural heritage of human societies and, like a mirror reflects the values of a nation as well. Furthermore, through research in stories, we can realize... More > the cultural relations of the people. According to Prof. Dr. Ulrich Marzolph, Iran, from the earliest times, as a vital connecting link between the ancient Indian culture and, Mediterranean valuable cultures, was known to the science’s world and, universally recognized and appreciated in academic communities. Iran is an excellent source of the story, telling literature. Mawlana Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi (30 September 1207 – 17 December 1273) depicts in his valuable work, Mathnawi, from the beginning of the first volume to the end of the sixth volume, throughout creates stories and allegories. Although Rumi believes that story is like a bowl and, the meaning of the story is like grains in that. The Mathnawi has many short stories and, except the apparent meaning, they also contain secret and hidden meanings.< Less
python By Vahdat Torabi
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Nasl-e-bigharar By Vahdat Torabi
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The novel of Nasl-e-bigharar is the history of immigrants who come from far and near lands, hoping to spend good times at a dry riverbank, and made an immense effort to dig and flow dozens of... More > water-full aqueducts. They plant thousands of date-palms and lemons, make bread in the adjoining their fields of wheat and barley. In the lush and spectacular slopes of "Chak-Chak" and "Kamar Va^y Va^y" mountains up to the hills which are beneath "Gharbeh" mountain and"Tang-e-hana^" valley graze their herd and love their quiet life. The romantic parts of this work are full of human's passion, which their affection encourages the reader into the darling small paradise of Iran, and correct-thinking, well-spoken, and righteous people. But the neighbor's jealousy doesn't want the peace of the riverbanks' inhabitants. Tricks are used to replace jealousy with friendship and brotherhood. So brothers and relatives stand opposite and consent to kill each other. Those who fought heroically against aggressive neighbor.< Less

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