Rumi

Rumi

Whirling Dervish

Book - 2009
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Presents a life of the thirteenth-century Sufi poet, describing his youth in Afghanistan and Turkey, the importance of the three years he spent with his spiritual teacher, his poetry, and his final transformation into a mystic.

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Born in Afghanistan in the thirteenth century, Rumi settled in Turkey and became a great mystical poet. From a holy man, Shamsuddin, Rumi learned to listen for the sacred sound of God within himself. When his creative spirit was awakned, he recited more than 50,000 rhymed couplets. He also wrote about the love that resides in the soul of everyone, regardless of religion or background. He founded the order of the whirling dervishes, who believed their spinning dances put them in touch with God and brought peace and love into the world. To honor the 800th anniversary of his birth, the United Nations declared 2007 The Year of Mawlana Jalaladdin Rumi.

Demi’s spectacular art, inspired by the eastern culture of the thirteenth century, was painted with Turkish and Chinese inks and gold overlays. An introductory note by Dr. Laleh Bakhtiar, Ph.D., is included.

Publisher: Tarrytown, NY : Marshall Cavendish Children, c2009
Edition: 1st ed
Description: 31 p. : col. ill., col. map; 27 cm
ISBN: 9780761455271
0761455272
Branch Call Number: j920 Jal

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Letajoan
Aug 28, 2012

any of Demi's book are great for school projects and history are in the jouvinile section at the library but i have been reading them to a nine year old and she loves them the pictures are wonderful large and in color and the stories are exciting i think they appeal to any child who has been taught the love of books from age 5 up

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