Dancing Sufis -whirling dervishes. 16th C. Manuscript.

The Masnavi, Book One (Oxford World's Classics) (Bk. by Jalal al-Din Rumi. Series - Oxford World's Classics.

Whoever criticizes a Sufi in reality does the Sufi a good turn, for the Sufi shies away from praise. The Sufi is an enemy of vanity, hence whoever speaks evil of the Sufi’s ego, speaks evil of the Sufi’s enemy, and therefore helps them. “Things become clear through their opposites.” So the Sufi knows the critic is not really their enemy, but their friend. ~ Mevlana Rumi [Fihi Ma Fihi]

The House of Radwan Bey - Cairo - 1875 BY Frank Dillon (British ,

Dervish. . “We come spinning out of nothingness, scattering stars like dust” ~ Rumi

Dervish ~ “We come spinning out of nothingness, scattering stars like dust” ~ Rumi

Iranian artist, Hossein Irandoust Untitled Oil on canvas 66.9” x 55.1” 2012

indigenousdialogues: “Iranian artist, Hossein Irandoust Untitled Oil on canvas x 2012 ”

Mysticism in the Ottoman Empire:  The Mevlevi Sufi Order

Mysticism in the Ottoman Empire: The Mevlevi Sufi Order

Hereke silk rug

Hereke silk rug (they were made of 12 x 12 to 16 x 16 knots per square cm, Turkish)

Mevlana Main Door (Door to Rumi), Konya

Tomb Of Mewlānā Jalāl ad-Dīn Muḥammad Balkhī (Molavi) - Jalal ad-Dīn Muhammad Rumi مولانا جلال‌الدین محمد بلخی - مولوی Mevlana Main Door (Door to Rumi)

A TURKISH, HEREKE SILK RUG, the central camel ground panel with inscription and scrolling foliate design within a deep red border, further inscribed, 183 x 121cm To be auctioned on Wednesday 3rd June ...

A TURKISH, HEREKE SILK RUG, the central camel ground panel with inscription and scrolling foliate design within a deep red border, further inscribed, 183 x To be auctioned on Wednesday June .

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