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Comparison of Semantic Use of “ Simorgh” in “ Mantegholteir” of Attar and Masnavi of “ Mowlana” Relying on Practical Mysticism

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 Start Page 13 | End Page 34

Abstract

 The subject of this article is the comparison of semantic use of “ Simorgh” in “ Mantegholteir” of Attar and “ Masnavi” of “ Mowlana” . Attar and Mowlana, two Persian poets, use “ Simorgh” ( an imaginary bird, literally meaning ‘ thirty chickens’ ) in order to infuse their mystic thoughts into their readers minds well. Here, “ Simorgh” is introduced as a mythical bird which possesses a special position in mystic literature. “ Simorgh” and the mountain of “ GHaaf” in “ Mantegholteir” of Attar and “ Masnavi” of “ Mowlana” are among well-known mystic allusions. Relying on their mystic mysteries in their books, both Attar and Mowlana use “ Simorgh” to mention their transcendental intellectual and mystic ideas in mind.

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