Nowruz Poem by Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi


Rating: 4.1

In my heart you are the mirthful ray
You are the caring, though my companions they
Happy is the world with the Nowruz and with the Eid
You are both my Eid and my Nowruz today

اندر دل من مها دل افروز توئي
ياران هستند ليك دلسوز توئي
شادند جهانيان به نوروز و به عيد
عيد من و نوروز من امروز توئي

Edward Kofi Louis 21 March 2016

Nice piece of work with the muse of love. Thanks for sharing this peom with us.

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Great poem from the great poet for all times.

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Susan Williams 21 March 2016

Googling again. This time for Eid. Eid usually refers to: Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the month of Ramadan; Putting this together with Nowruz, Rumi may be alluding that his love is as sacred and beautiful as his sacred beliefs

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Susan Williams 21 March 2016

Went googling. The first day of spring is cause for a celebration in many cultures, but it's hard to top the 13-day festivities of the Persian New Year, Nowruz., or new day in Persian. Nowruz is an ancient festival that marks the beginning of spring and celebrates the rebirth of nature.

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Ratnakar Mandlik 21 March 2016

Beautifully envisioned great poem proclaiming the worth of eternal love that has a special bond between God and man and cherished by the poet too.

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Kim Barney 21 March 2016

Line 2 appears to be a bad translation just for the sake of rhyme. It makes no sense. Can someone enlighten me on what Nowruz and Eid mean so that I can understand it better?

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Geeta Radhakrishna Menon 21 March 2016

You are both my Eid and my Nowruz today! Rumi's poems reflect eternal love for God and man. The magical link between God and man is ' love'!

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