ANALYSIS OF ABHAR AL-ASHIQIN ROOZBEHAN BAQLI IN THE LIGHT OF EXPRESSIVE TRICKS

Authors

  • Saeed Beiranvand
  • Bahman Nozhat

Abstract

One of the compositions of Roozbehan Baqli in Sufism is the book of Abhara Al-Asheqin. This book has an introduction and thirty-two chapters. Each chapter of the book consists of several paragraphs, the opening paragraphs of which are often in explanation of a mystical principle and belief; The middle paragraphs are argumentative and polemical; These paragraphs, which usually reflect Roozbehan's personal beliefs and opinions about the principle set out in the previous paragraphs. In the final paragraphs of the "Imitation and Mystery Level" the language of mysticism appears more vivid. Ordinary language is limited in recording mystical experiences; In fact, the exact expression of mystical experiences in the form of ordinary language words is very difficult and to some extent impossible; Therefore, mystics have had to use expressive techniques and verbal and spiritual arrays to express their experiences. A leading article examines the expressive techniques in expressing the mystical experiences of Roozbehan Baqli in the book of Abhara al-Ashiqin, which in previous researches, this issue has not been addressed with these dimensions and examples. It is a new kind of self-research in this field. The method used in this research is descriptive-analytical and using library-documentary sources.

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Published

2021-12-18

How to Cite

Saeed Beiranvand, & Bahman Nozhat. (2021). ANALYSIS OF ABHAR AL-ASHIQIN ROOZBEHAN BAQLI IN THE LIGHT OF EXPRESSIVE TRICKS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(18), 1218-1237. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/10761