During the 1960s, Shahnameh (the national epic of Iran) was translated into Russian and Molavi's Masnavi
has recently been translated to Russian in two volumes, which has received a wide welcome in Moscow," the Iranian minister said.
His major innovation is the "historical" masnavi
vis-a-vis the traditional legendary one, where he presents contemporary figures and episodes which abound with history of the Sultanate period.
Shahparaki, and Rumi teachings from the book of Masnavi
Maanavi, Correction by Ghavamaldin Khoramshahi, Tehran, Nahid.
Layli and Majnun's secret of love in Masnavi
of Layli and Majnun, by Nezami Ganjavi".
Jawid Mojaddedi's ongoing translation of Rumi's Masnavi
(Mathnawi) has an understated, sneaky eloquence you notice only gradually.
From Jalal Al-Din Rumi's Masnavi
( Masnawi , Mesnavi ; no-one seems to know what it's called).
Rumi explained these four elements in his Masnavi
as follows: "Our fight is in fact not ours, nor is our peace.
Storyteller Ariel Balevi will also entertain visitors with a story from Persian mystic and poet Mowlavi's Masnavi
which is considered by many to be one of the greatest works of both Islamic mysticism and Persian literature.
-I Ma'navi, written in Persian by Jalal al-Din Muhammad Rumi is one of the best known and most influential works of both Sufism and Persian literature.
Despite the once-vaunted secularism of modernity, poets in our time have renewed the age-old congress between poetry and prayer, extending from the Vedas, the Psalms, and the divine odes in Greek tragedy to Rumi's Masnavi
, bhakti poetry, and Christian hymns, to the prayer-poems of Herbert, Donne, Vaughan, and Crashaw, to American prayer-poems by Bradstreet and Wheatley, even Dickinson and Whitman.
Iranian literary masterpieces such as Shahnameh, Ghaboosnameh, Kalileh va Dimne, Golestan, and Masnavi
have messages and moral points that children could understand and enjoy.