Category Archives: Sufism

Sufi Music Sheikh Ahmed Al Tuni 5

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0OCI4B4nVo Sufi Music Sheikh Ahmed Al Tuni 5 Gone to the Unseen At last you have departed and gone to the Unseen. What marvelous route did you take from this world? Beating your wings and feathers, you broke free from … Continue reading

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rumisociety.com

http://www.rumisociety.com/Garden3.html My poetry resembles Egyptian bread; When a night passes over it you cannot eat it anymore. Eat it at this point when it is fresh, Before dust settles upon it.

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Mira Hunter Whirling

http://www.mirahunter.com/whirling.html Emine Mira Hunter(née Burke) It can be argued that Mira Hunter has been whirling for most of her life. A visual artist and second- generation sufi mevlevi whirling dervish, she began her traditional training at the age of 16 … Continue reading

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Nusrat in Action – (English Subtitles)

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-550825641778902586 Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan holds the world record in … all » composing and producing the most albums and regarded as the ultimate master (ustaad) of Indian classical music. Although he was basically a Qawwali singer, he has produced … Continue reading

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The Dervish Intention – Seeker After Truth

http://seekeraftertruth.com/?p=180 A dervish was sitting by the roadside when a haughty courtier with his retinue, riding past in the opposite direction, struck him with a cane, shouting: `Out of the way, you miserable wretch!’ When they had swept past, the … Continue reading

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3quarksdaily

http://3quarksdaily.blogs.com/3quarksdaily/2005/10/perceptions_pak.html A “malang” (a Sufi dervish) plays a drum and dances at the shrine of Baba Mekka Shah in Hyderabad. Pakistan, 1988. My mother was fortune, my father generosity and bounty My mother was fortune, my father generosity and bounty; … Continue reading

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Pir-O-Murshid

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BJWQaL2ce8 Hazrat Inayat Khan was a Sufi teacher from India who started “The Sufi Order in the West” (now called the Sufi Order International) in the early part of the 20th century. Though his family background was Muslim, he was … Continue reading

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