MISTIC TYMES IN NECMEDDIN B. SIVAR ED-DAMESKI’S DIVAN
NECMEDDİN B. SİVÂR ED-DIMEŞKÎ’NİN DİVANINDA TASAVVUFÎ UNSURLAR

Author : Adnan ARSLAN - Serhat GÜLTAŞ
Number of pages : 353-361

Abstract

Necmettin b. Who lived in Damascus in the seventeenth century. Sivâr was a prominent Sufi poet who had been found in the ring of Shihabuddin Suhrawarddi (d.66 / 1234), one of the most prominent Sufis of the period, and who was influenced by Hariri, who was one of the controversial names of the time. The Syrian Arab Language Institute made a survey in 2009 and completed this research with the reappearance of Sivâr's academic journalists in the Arab world and made a lot of research about him in a short time. The poems which he uses in his poems have a similar approach to poetry as he says in his poems, as he shows in his poems, because the poems of Sivâr intensely show divine love, wahdat-i Body, and ecstatic as Ibn Farid's poems. Even in Sivâr's poems, it is seen that the emphasis of wahdat-i vucut has been repeated many times with a very pronounced and strong accent. This article will examine the poet's divan in terms of Sufi content. Vahdet-kesret, which is more prominent in the Sufistic literature; The relation of the God-world has been paid more attention. In the introduction section, we have been informed about the life of the Sufi poet Sivâr, whom we see as not working in academic circles in our country, and the academic studies in the Arab world have been referred. Later on, the mystical elements that stand out in the divan of the poet have been subject to classification

Keywords

Classic Arab Literature, Sufi Poem, Necmeddin b. Sivâr

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