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- sufi poem by balkhi. for the type of poem, see masnavi (poetic form). the masnavi, or masnavi-i ma'navi (persian: مثنوی معنوی‎‎), also written
- deccani masnavi (deccani: دکنی مثنوی; dakkʰinī mat̲h̲nawī) are name of the poem written in rhyming couplets in deccani urdu. it originated during the
- masnavi, or mathnawī, is the name of a poem written in rhyming couplets, or more specifically, 'a poem based on independent, internally rhyming lines'
- second masnavi, 'khusrau and shirin' consisted of 4000 verses. the third masnavi 'laila majnun' was a romance. the fourth voluminous masnavi was 'aina-e-sikandari'
- related to religion or philosophy such as mevlana's masnavi is covered. a peculiarity of the masnavi of the ottoman period is that they almost always possess
- زمانے میں کوئی میر بھی تھا). rekhta was also used for forms of poetry like masnavi, marsia, qaseedah, thumri, jikri (zikri), geet, chaupai and kabit. the
- for asceticism. rumi extensively described the legend of ibrahim in his masnavi. the most famous of ibrahim's students is shaqiq al-balkhi (d. 810).
- including translations of rumi's longest poem, known as the masnavi, into simple english. the masnavi: book one was published in 2004 and was awarded the lois