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    interpreting Rumi

    "There are two rules for ultimate success in life: #1. Never tell everything you know." ;)

    #2
    "A gift of Love" is a very good work on Rumi's Poetry by Deepak Chopra.

    Rumi's poems translated by Chopra, sung by Madonna & others with Persian music in a relaxing theme .................. simply beautiful.

    sorry dont know how to show youtube videos here directly. here is link to one of the vidz

    Last edited by InToXiCaTeD; Dec 6, 2008, 07:26 PM. Reason: fixed the link
    Don't believe a word I say

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      #3
      Re: interpreting Rumi

      Kiaa baat ha Uncle Rumi kee ... or kia baat ha Zobia kee
      -- Nauman --

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        #4
        Re: interpreting Rumi

        Mashallah achi baat lagti hai

        ab iska matlab bhi bata do , asaan urdu main
        Bazinggaaaa ....

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          #5
          Originally posted by InToXiCaTeD View Post
          "A gift of Love" is a very good work on Rumi's Poetry by Deepak Chopra.

          Rumi's poems translated by Chopra, sung by Madonna & others with Persian music in a relaxing theme .................. simply beautiful.

          sorry dont know how to show youtube videos here directly. here is link to one of the vidz

          Rumi Rocks
          YAZEED-UN-Nisa!

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            #6
            Originally posted by Code_Red View Post
            Mashallah achi baat lagti hai

            ab iska matlab bhi bata do , asaan urdu main
            Na dolat sy na duniya sy na ghar abad kerny sy
            Tasali dil ko hoti hai khuda ko yad kerny sy
            qisam ka koi matlab lagta hy
            YAZEED-UN-Nisa!

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              #7
              Originally posted by goodnews View Post
              Was that his surname? "Rocks" ?
              Don't believe a word I say

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                #8
                Re: interpreting Rumi

                The pictures contradict Maulana Jalaludin Rumi's qalaam.
                I'm quite illiterate, but I read a lot.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by hareem01 View Post
                  The pictures contradict Maulana Jalaludin Rumi's qalaam.
                  Depends how you look at it. In my view he never was a religious person. Infact his poetry is so liberal at times that the main stream Mullahs have hardly quoted his poems. Or may be you are getting a religious impression by his name "Molana Jalaluddin" which has nothing to do with his poetry.
                  Don't believe a word I say

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                    #10
                    Re: interpreting Rumi

                    @ Zobia, Could you plz tell me how to link/direct youtube videos in our post. Or is it for MOdz only??
                    Don't believe a word I say

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                      #11
                      Re: interpreting Rumi

                      ^ yup mods ko hi dedaa daleri ki ijazat hai , aam shereyon ko nahi

                      Waisay bhai saab ! aap ju kaam karney ka tareeqa pooch rahey hain , wo mojaza aap ke haathoon ho chuka hai

                      ya tu aap khud moderator hain ya phir kisi moderator ke chamchey hain


                      Ye rumi bhi yaqeenan zobia ki koi friend / saheli hogi , tab hi uskey leye thread khola hai


                      Goodnews jee - Issi se milta julta koi gana bhi hai 80s ka
                      Bazinggaaaa ....

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Code_Red View Post
                        Waisay bhai saab ! aap ju kaam karney ka tareeqa pooch rahey hain , wo mojaza aap ke haathoon ho chuka hai
                        No it was actually edited by zobia ... see edited
                        Don't believe a word I say

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by InToXiCaTeD View Post
                          @ Zobia, Could you plz tell me how to link/direct youtube videos in our post. Or is it for MOdz only??
                          nahi nahi bhai ....it is actually...[ yt] 11 letter code mention in every youtube link [ / yt]

                          ps. edit your post and u can get to see what code i put in there.
                          "There are two rules for ultimate success in life: #1. Never tell everything you know." ;)

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by hareem01 View Post
                            The pictures contradict Maulana Jalaludin Rumi's qalaam.
                            how?
                            "There are two rules for ultimate success in life: #1. Never tell everything you know." ;)

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by InToXiCaTeD View Post
                              Depends how you look at it. In my view he never was a religious person. Infact his poetry is so liberal at times that the main stream Mullahs have hardly quoted his poems. Or may be you are getting a religious impression by his name "Molana Jalaluddin" which has nothing to do with his poetry.
                              Maulana was his title not name.
                              Maulana Rumi was a sufi and an Islamic jurist.....quote something from Rumi that you think is 'liberal' and also define 'liberal? Do you mean it as raunchy or erotic? Bring it here for our discussion.

                              And also please read a history book.
                              Originally posted by zobia View Post
                              how?
                              pictures in that video are about worldly love whereas his poems are about eternal love.
                              I'm quite illiterate, but I read a lot.

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