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Ruzbihan Baqli

(d. 1209)


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(d. 1209)

Persian Sufi, born in Pasa and buried in Shiraz. Best known for his ecstatic and visionary life and his writings on Sufi expression of ecstasy (shath). His works in Arabic and Persian cover Quranic commentary, poetry, theology, jurisprudence, and grammar. Among his Sufi writings, the most important are Kashf al-asrar (The unveiling of secrets), Abhar al-ashiqin (Jasmine of the lovers), and Sarh al-shathiyyat (Commentary on ecstatic sayings).

Subjects: Islam.


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