Kitāb-i mustaṭāb-i Kullīyāt-i (Collection of works from Hakim Sanai) contains poetic works of Abu al-Majd Majdud ibn Adam Sanai Ghaznwai (died circa ). Hakim Sanai. Those unable to grieve, or to speak of their love, or to be grateful, those who can’t remember God as the source of everything,. might be described. Browse through Hakim Sanai’s poems and quotes. 0 poems of Hakim Sanai. Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams, Annabel Lee. Hakim.

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Hakim Sanai – Hakim Sanai Biography – Poem Hunter

Bruise your self for months and years on end; leave it for dead, and when you have done with it, you will have reached eternal life. Your selfishness is an untrained colt.

You have to realize that it is his guidance that keeps you on the path and not your own strength A Ruby there is just a piece of stone: Sanai soon went on pilgrimage to Mecca. Despite his strong influence not much is known about his life and much is gleaned from his poetry which is often autobiographical. Biography of Hakim Sanai.

Hakim Sanai: The Walled Garden of Truth

Contemporary Ssanai and Classical Persian are the same language, but writers since are classified as contemporary. Toggle navigation World Digital Library. He knows what is in your heart; or he made your heart sannai with your clay; but if you think that he knows in the same way that you do, then you are stuck like a donkey in your own mud. Born in Ghazni in the south of Afghanistan sometime during the eleventh century, Sanai is considered one of the most influential early mystics from the Persian region and author of The Walled Garden of Truth.

Once one is one, no more, no less: Bosworth, The Later Ghaznavids The coming of death is the key which unlocks the unknown domain; but for death, the door of true faith would remain unopened, If you yourself are upside down in reality, then your wisdom and faith are bound to be topsy-turvy.

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The way is not far from you to a friend: For close to years The Walled Garden of Truth has been consistently read as a classic and employed as a Sufi textbook.

What is it to him whether you are there or not? You cannot see anything, being blind by night, sznai by day one-eyed with your foolish wisdom!

Knowing what you know, be serene also, like the mountain; and do not be distressed by misfortune. Views Read Edit View history. The book has more than pages in total, paginated with Indo-Arabic numerals.

Melt yourself down in his search: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Whatever you assert about his nature you are bound to be out of your depth, like a blind man trying to describe the appearance of his mother.

Collection of Works from Hakim Sanai

He is said to have lived to a ripe old age and is thought to have passed from this world around In the final scene of the movie, the narrator recites a few verses of poetry without specific attribution, although there is a reference in the film’s credit sequence to “Adapted works by Hakim Sanai. He hits out at human hypocrisy and folly; [9]. In this halt of just a week, to be is sxnai to be, and to come is to go. The pure man unites two in one; the lover unites three in one. His book of poetry divan contains some 30, verses.

This attack caused Sanai a shock as he realized that the old drunk was speaking the truth. Time Does Not Exist Part 1 of 2. If he gives you poison, deem aanai honey; and if he shows you anger, deem it mercy.

On his return, Sanai was indeed a changed man and wrote his most memorable work The Walled Garden of Truth that explores the ideas of God, reason and love and has been a mainstay of Sufi teachings ever since. Stop weaving a net about yourself: Its great sannai on Persian literature is evidenced by the numerous citations from the poem occurring in mystical as well as profane works.


Bring all sana yourself to his door: In His presence, silence is the gift of tongues. Sanai’s poetry had a tremendous influence upon Persian literature. Poems Bio Influences Galllery. At his door all are seekers and he the sought.

What can they see in sleep? Lose yourself, and the hell of your heart becomes a heaven. Your intellect is just hotchpotch of guesswork and thought, limping over the face of the earth; wherever they are, he is not; they are contained within his creation. To Sanai common religion was only habit and ritual. Knowledge without serenity is an unlit candle; sani they are honey-comb; honey without wax is a noble thing; wax without honey is only fit for burning.

At his door, what is the difference between Moslem and Christian, virtuous and guilty? Dedicated to Bahram Shah, the work expresses the poet’s ideas on God, love, philosophy and reason.

For close to years, From The Walled Garden of Haoim has been consistently read as a classic and employed as a Sufi textbook. Hope and fear drive fortune from your door; lose yourself, and they will be no more. He hakkm himself to us ha,im of kindness: Not one knows how far it is from nothingness to God. If you know your own worth, what need you care about the acceptance or rejection of others?