Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī (جلالالدین محمد رومی), ana kiransa da Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhī (جلالالدین محمد بلخى), Mevlânâ/Mawlānā, (مولانا, "our master"), Mevlevî/Mawlawī (مولوی, "my master"), ko kuma kawai Rumi (30 September 1207 – 17 December 1273), mutumin karni na 13th ne, daga kasar Persian. Yakasance fitacce kuma shahararren Mawaki, Mai Shari'a, Malamin Musulunci, Mai Koyar da Addini, kuma Sufi mystic Asalin sa daga Greater Khorasan. daukakar Rumi ta tsallaka zuwa kasashe da kabilu daban daban: Iranians, Tajiks, Turkawa, Greeks, Pashtuns, wasu Central Asian Muslims, da kuma musulman South Asia sun matukar yarda dashi akan aikinsa ga tsaftacen zukata tun a tsawon karnuka bakwai dasuka gabata. Wakensa an fassarasu zuwa yarukan duniya dabandaban da kuma sake rerasu zuwa nau'uka daban daban. Rumi dai ankamanta shi a matsayin "Mafi Shaharar Mawaki" kuma "Mawakin da akafi sayensa" a kasar Amurka.
Yawancin ayyukan Rumi yayi sune a harshen Persian, amma wasu lokuta yana amfani da Turkish, Arabic, da kuma Greek, a wata ayarsa. na Masnavi (Mathnawi), wanda aka hada a Konya, ana ganin tana daya daga cikin daukakan waka a harshen Farisa. Ana karanta ayyukansa akoina a asalin harshen daya rubutasu har ayau tsakanin Greater Iran da kasashen dake amfani da harshen Farisa. Fassarorin ayyukan sa sun shahara a kasar Turkiya, Azerbaijan, the Amurika, da kuma kudancin Asiya. poetry dinsa sun taimaka sosai bawai kawai a Persian literature, dai dama Turkish, Ottoman Turkish, Azerbaijani, da kuma wasu literature na wasu Turkic, Iranian, da Indo-Aryan languages wanda yahada da Chagatai, Urdu da Pashto.
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- cite book |first=Franklin D. |last=Lewis |title=Rumi: Past and Present, East and West: The life, Teaching and poetry of Jalal Al-Din Rumi |publisher=Oneworld Publication |year=2008 |page=9 |quote=How is that a Persian boy born almost eight hundred years ago in Khorasan, the northeastern province of greater Iran, in a region that we identify today as in Central Asia, but was considered in those days as part of the greater Persian cultural sphere, wound up in central Anatolia on the receding edge of the Byzantine cultural sphere, in what is now Turkey, some 1,500 miles to the west?
- cite book |first=Annemarie |last=Schimmel |title=The Mystery of Numbers |publisher=Oxford University Press |date=7 April 1994 |page=51 |quote=These examples are taken from the Persian mystic Rumi's work, not from Chinese, but they express the yang-yin relationship with perfect lucidity.
- cite book |last=Seyyed |first=Hossein Nasr |title=Islamic Art and Spirituality |publisher=Suny Press |year=1987 |page=115 |quote=Jalal al-Din was born in a major center of Persian culture, Balkh, from Persian speaking parents, and is the product of that Islamic Persian culture which in the 7th/13th century dominated the 'whole of the eastern lands of Islam and to which present day Persians as well as Turks, Afghans, Central Asian Muslims and the Muslims of the Indo-Pakistani subcontinent are heir. It is precisely in this world that the sun of his spiritual legacy has shone most brillianty during the past seven centuries. The father of Jalal al-Din, Muhammad ibn Husayn Khatibi, known as Baha al-Din Walad and entitled Sultan al-'ulama', was an outstanding Sufi in Balkh connected to the spiritual lineage of Najm al-Din Kubra.
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