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The use of methods related to mindfulness has increased significantly in the last decade. This article examines Sohrab Sepehri's poems with a focus on mindfulness. His personal style and the use of different poetic tools enable the reader to discover the mindfulness in his poetry. Mindfulness is a broad theme in Buddhism, and the growing need to support mental health around the world is driving us to take advantage of the specific implications of mindfulness. The purpose of this article is to highlight the commonalities based on mindfulness and Sohrab Sepehri's poems. The main question is what is the relationship between the components of mindfulness and Sohrab Sepehri's poems? In addition, in this research, each of the components of mindfulness in Sepehri's poetry will be discussed separately in a descriptive-analytical way to help us understand how each of them works in her poetry Examining and introducing Jahan Sepehri's poetic concepts and images shows Sepehri's wonder and relationship based on mindfulness with the natural world, which are the main element of his work.
farnaz Samani Kivani - Vajihe Turkmani Barandoz - Ahmad Karimi - Fahima Mashaikh
Keywords : Mindfulness, Kabat Zain, Sohrab Sepehri
Malek-o-Sho’ara-ye-Bahar is among those modern Iranian poets who have made attention to theme and content along with the shape and exterior structure of his poems. Therefore, formalistic analysis of his poems will give desirable results, such as making aesthetic aspects of his poems clear. Freedom and homeland, are two categories which always have effective presence in his odes and affect his poem’s form and shape. Dominant aspect in most of his odes consist of political and social problems and themes related to them which has been manifested through language, image, music, compositions and other building elements. Mastery of Bahar is in using formalistic elements in transferring considered concepts and content. Imaginary elements in almost all of Bahar’s odes has been taken from classical Persian poem. Although the language of his poems is so simple and fluent, but has a fully classical substructure, and because of this, various types of abnormality have been noted in his poem. The balance and interaction between language, music, images and stylistically elements in odes of Bahar are the most important formalistic approaches of him in poetic arena, and maybe the secret of his growing success and popularity lies in his orientation towards simpleness and avoidance of extremes in his poems’ content and shape.
Asghar Khalili - Arash Moshfeghi - Aziz Hojaji Kahjoogh
Keywords : Formalism, Dominant aspect, Malek-o-Sho’ara-ye-Bahar, Odes, Language, Content
The story of Joseph is the story of the love and affection of Prophet Jacob and Zuleikha for Joseph, one of them has love for his child and gets white eyes when parting with him, and the other has love for his bought gold slave and his work leads to scandal and poverty. An interesting and exciting story, Full of thoughts, Full of beautiful divine wisdom and the expression of the power of love is evident in the story of Joseph and It is not without reason that God has mentioned it in the Qur'an as "Ahsan al-Qasas". In this research, we investigate the character of Hazrat Joseph in Shams's sonnets, which he used symbolically. First, we will classify the characters of the study, and then we will analyze what kind of symbol Maulana had in mind for Joseph's character through the symbolic analysis of those characters. The most important result of the present research is that Maulana narrated all the points of Hazrat Joseph's life in a masterly and symbolic way.
Maryam Raisi Baghshahbazi - Ata Mohammad Rad Manesh - Ghorban Ali Ebrahimi
Keywords : Joseph (pbuh), Symbolism and Codes, Shams' Ghazals, Rumi, Jacob, Zuleika
Code or symbol is one of the most artistic techniques that has a wide and diverse effect in human culture and civilization and it has long attracted the attention of the great writers and poets of the Persian language, and especially in mystical literature, it has a deep root. The poet Arif Maslak tries to create images that deal with the innermost things and people by using codes and symbols. The purpose of this article is the symbolism of "water" in the works of Attar Neishabouri, which was done in a library method and in a descriptive-analytical way . In this article, while defining the symbol and examining its background and types, the manifestations of symbolization in poetry, mystical symbolization and its origin are discussed, and then, by examining the symbol of water in Iranian culture and its place in the Qur'an, the use of this symbol in Attar's works is discussed. Nishaburi has discussed the deep mystical meanings in the project and while examining the types of water in Attar's works and its multiple uses in different meanings and symbols, the symbolic use of water is the final discussion of this article.
Leila Rouhani Sarvestani - Mohammad Ali Atashsouda - Samira Rostami
Keywords : Water, Symbolism, Mysticism, Attar's Works, Symbole
Literary works, more or less reflect the beliefs of the general public. One of the poets in Timurid era whose works on popular beliefs which are worthy of consideration is Esmat Bukharae. From this point of view, no special research has been done on his poems but in this regard, many researches have been done on the poems of most other poets. The aim of this study is to use the theoretical foundations of these sources and extract related topics of folk beliefs which are exist in the poems of Esmat Bukharae. Findings indicated that various scientific, religious, folk beliefs and especially religious beliefs are evident in the poems of Esmat Bukharae. The most important results of the present study are: (1) some of the beliefs of Khajeh Esmat are different from the views of modern jurists. (2) Khajeh Esmat Bukharae has been abundantly influenced in reflecting folk beliefs from Ferdowsi's poems. (3) the method of reflecting folk beliefs in Bukharae's poems has often been done using the industry of Hosne Ta'lil.
Ali Kabili - Maryam Mohammad Zadeh - Reza Agayari Zahed
Keywords : Beliefs, Sociology, Superstitions, Culture, Khajeh Esmat Bukharae

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