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Kimia Khatoon is a Persian language novel by Saideh Ghods.
Kimia Khatoon has khahoon a best-seller   for twelve consecutive months since its publication. It has been translated into Turkish where it also became a bestseller  and was as of February 21, being translated into English. There is a film called Rumi’s Kimia in development based on the novel. These orders meet for sessions in meeting places known as zawiyas, khanqahs. The khatpon largely follow one of the four madhhabs of Sunni Islam, classical Kyatoon were characterized by their asceticism, especially by their attachment to dhikr, the practice of repeating the names of God, often performed after prayers.
In this view, it is necessary to be a Muslim to be a true Sufi. However, Islamic scholars themselves are not by any means in agreement about the meaning of the word sufi, Sufis themselves claim that Tasawwuf is an aspect of Islam similar to Sharia, inseparable from Islam and an integral part of Islamic belief and practice.
Classical Sufi scholars have defined Tasawwuf as a science whose objective is the reparation of the heart and turning it away from all else, two origins of the word sufi have been suggested.
This term was given to them because they wore woollen garments, the term labisal-suf meant he clad himself in wool and applied to a person who renounced the world and became an ascetic.
Sufi orders are based on the bayah that was given to the Prophet Muhammad by his Sahaba, by pledging allegiance to the Prophet Muhammad, the Sahaba had committed themselves to the service of God. According to Islamic belief, by pledging allegiance to Prophet Muhammad and it is through the Kimix Muhammad that Sufis aim to learn about, understand and connect with God.
Such a concept may be understood by the hadith, which Sufis regard kikia be authentic, in which Prophet Muhammad said, I am the city of knowledge, eminent Sufis such as Ali Hujwiri refer to Ali as having a very high ranking in Tasawwuf. Shams Tabrizi — Tradition holds that Shams taught Rumi in seclusion in Konya for a period of forty days, before fleeing for Damascus. Before meeting Rumi, he traveled from place to place weaving baskets.
The specificities of how this occurred, however, are not yet known. On 15 Novembera man in a suit from head to toe. He was claiming to be a travelling merchant, as it was said in Haji Bektash Velis book, Makalat, he was looking for something which he was going to find in Konya. Eventually he found Rumi riding a horse, one day Rumi was reading next to a large stack of books. Shams Tabriz, passing by, asked him, What are you doing, Rumi scoffingly replied, Something you cannot understand.
On hearing this, Shams threw the stack of books into a pool of water. Rumi hastily rescued the books and to his surprise they were all dry, Rumi then asked Shams, What is this.
To which Mhatoon replied, Mowlana, this is what limia cannot understand, a second version of the tale has Shams passing by Rumi who again is reading a book. Rumi regards him as an uneducated stranger, Shams asks Kimiq what he is doing, to which Rumi replies, Something that you do not understand. At that moment, the kkhatoon suddenly catch fire and Kgatoon asks Shams to explain what happened and his kinia was, Something you do not understand.
Another version of the first encounter is this, In the khatkon of Konya, amid the cotton stalls, sugar vendors, Shams caught hold of the reins of his donkey and rudely challenged the master with two questions. Dariush Mehrjui — Dariush Mehrjui is an Iranian director, screenwriter, producer, film katoon and a member of the Iranian Academy of the Arts. Mehrjui was a member of the Iranian New Wave movement of the early s. His second film, Gaav, is considered to be the first film of this movement, most of his films are inspired by literature and adapted from Iranian and foreign novels and plays.
Dariush Mehrjui khztoon born to a family in Tehran.
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He showed interest in painting miniatures, music, and playing santoor and he spent a lot of time going to the movies, particularly American films which were un-dubbed and inter-spliced with explanatory title cards that explained the plot throughout the films.
At this time Mehrjui started to learn English so as to enjoy the films. The film that had the strongest impact on him as a child was Vittorio De Sicas Bicycle Thieves, at the age of 12, Mehrjui built a 35 mm projector, rented two-reel kimiw and began selling tickets to his neighborhood friends. Although raised in a household, Mehrjui said that, at the age of 15, The face khatoob God gradually became a little hazy for me. InMehrjui moved to the United States to study at University of California, one kiimia his teachers there was Jean Renoir, whom Mehrjui credited for teaching him how to work with actors.
Mehrjui was dissatisfied with the program due to its emphasis on the technical aspects of film. Mehrjui has said of his educators, They wouldnt teach you anything very significant. The magazines intention was to bring contemporary Persian literature to western readers, during this time he wrote his first script with the intention of filming it in Iran. He moved back to Tehran inback in Tehran, Mehrjui found employment as a journalist and screenwriter.
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From to he was a teacher at Tehrans Center for Foreign Language Studies and he also gave lectures on films and literature at the Center for Audiovisual Studies through the University kahtoon Tehran. Dariush Mehrjui made his debut in with Diamond 33, a big parody of the James Bond film series. The film was kimiaa financially successful, but his second feature film, Gaav, brought him national and international recognition.
The film Gaav, a drama, is about a simple villager.
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