Niyâzî-i Mısrî

Niyâzî-i Mısrî

Niyâzî-i Mısrî is a dervish, who walks on the way paved by his preceders with his own steps; although he was not a contemporaneous of Yunus, he is a personality, who becomes one with him. his way to truth made him a pupil of his order. He found what he was looking for on the inside, even though he searched for it on the outside, thus became a scholar of the science of what’s inside. The way he set his heart on is the order of “En-el Hak“, the secret he points out is “Leylâke” and he says “the heart is the house of Allah”. Niyâzî, whose aim is to get rid of abundance and reach oneness through his journey, told Allah’s art, His unity, the divine love and rules and traditions of Islamic mysticism in a plan Turkish. Niyâzî-i Mısrî penned wisdom of the lands of his time in proses with a plan Turkish that can even be understood today and found himself a unforgettable place in Turkish Mystical Literature that started in Central Asia with Ahmed-i Yesevî and continued with many important figures in Anatolia.

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Niyâzî-i Mısrî is a dervish, who walks on the way paved by his preceders with his own steps; although he was not a contemporaneous of Yunus, he is a personality, who becomes one with him. his way to truth made him a pupil of his order. He found what he was looking for on the inside, even though he searched for it on the outside, thus became a scholar of the science of what’s inside. The way he set his heart on is the order of “En-el Hak“, the secret he points out is “Leylâke” and he says “the heart is the house of Allah”. Niyâzî, whose aim is to get rid of abundance and reach oneness through his journey, told Allah’s art, His unity, the divine love and rules and traditions of Islamic mysticism in a plan Turkish. Niyâzî-i Mısrî penned wisdom of the lands of his time in proses with a plan Turkish that can even be understood today and found himself a unforgettable place in Turkish Mystical Literature that started in Central Asia with Ahmed-i Yesevî and continued with many important figures in Anatolia.

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