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برای دریافت اشعار و تابلو های شاعران به صفحه وایبر ویبسایت مولوی بلخی بپیوندید.
شعرستانابوالمعانی بیدل

بیدل، مولانا، سنایی و صائب شناسان افغانستان و جهان: در این بخش کوشش نموده ایم تا داشته ها و معلومات در باره بیدل، مولانا، سنایی و صائب شناسان افغانستان و جهان را خدمت شما رائه نمایم. برای معلومات بیشتر اینجا کلک کنید!

به ویبسایت ما خوش آمدید. این ویبسایت به زندگی، اشعار و تعلیمات "مولانا جلال الدین محمد بلخی" که در جهان به اسم "رومی" شناخته می شود، اختصاص داده شده است. تمام مقالات، کتب، لینک ها و مطالب نشر شده فقط برای اهداف آموزشی هستند. لطفاً از صفحات ما بازدید نموده نظرات و پیشنهادات ارزشمند خود را با ما شریک سازید. همچنین مقالات یا هر نوع محتوایی علمی خود را که می خواهید ما در این ویبسایت به نشر برسانیم، به ایمیل آدرس مشخص ما ارسال کنید. تمام مطالب (متن، عکس، لینک، کتاب و) منتشر شده این ویبسایت، ملکیت اصلی صاحبان مربوطه شان می باشند. ما هیچ نوع شعر یا مقاله را از این وب سایت چاپ نمی کنیم. شما می توانید اشعار، عکس های نشر شده مارا استفاده کنید، اما خواهشمندیم تا آدرس مارا ذکر کنید. با احترام


ترجمه و تفسیر اشعار: از تمام بیننده گان محترم تقاضا می شود تا ترجمه و تفسیر اشعار خویش را با ما شریک سازند تا همه از آن مستفید گردند. برای ترجمه و تفسیر اشعار اینجا کلک کنید!


Young Poets And Writersقابل توجه شاعران جوان: برای اشتراک در بخش شاعران جوان لطفاً اشعار خود را به ما بفرستید. برای معلومات بیشتر اینجا کلک کنید!

در این بخش کوشش می کنیم تا در شروع هر ماه شاعر پر بیننده
ویبسایت مولوی بلخی را خدمت شما تقدیم کنیم!


حضرت ابوالمعانی بیدل رح (اگست 2018)

Mirza Abdul Qadir Bedil: Bedil presents his writings in a mysterious format, almost like riddles that one has to unlock. Each one of his verses needs interpretation along with the word by word translation from Dari/Farsi. His Hindi style presents the reader with the additional challenge of gaining insight into his wisdom. Bedil’s school of thought at the beginning had numerous followers in Afghanistan, India, Tajikistan, and Iran. Contrary to this, Bedil was, and is, well respected in Afghanistan and his work is treasured by all circles of Afghan society, to the extent that there are Bedil gatherings where his admirers recite his work and discuss the meaning of his wisdom. People who understand and have interpreted Bedil’s work are well respected and admired in Afghan society; they are called Bedil Shinasan (Bedil Experts) . Read More


 سعدی شیرازی (جولای 2018)

Sa’di Shirazi: Born in Shiraz, Sadi was the son of a minor poet. His father’s patron was Sad ben Zangi, from whom the younger poet took his takhallus, or poetical pseudonym, of Sadi. Unfortunately, all our knowledge of Sadi must be derived from his own writings. Generally his life is broken into three main periods. First, he is thought to have studied in Shiraz, his birthplace, and in Baghdad until 1226, leaving these cities only to go on pilgrimages to different religious shrines. While in Baghdad, he studied under the well-known Sufi Shaikh Shihabud-Din Suhrawardi, of whose unselfish piety Sadi makes mention in his first major work, the Bustan. He proved to be a very fine student and soon gained fame as a wit and poet of short descriptive passages. His early poetry on the whole represented well the clever, half-pious, half-worldly side of the Persian character. It was during the second period, from 1226 to 1256, that Sadi traveled widely and gained the experiences that were to be expressed so cogently later in his works. He left Shiraz largely because the old social and political infrastructure was breaking down. This was a period of warring and chaos in Persia. Sadi visited central Asia, India, Syria, Egypt, Arabia, Ethiopia, and Morocco. Read More


علامه اقبال لاهوری (جون 2018)

Sir Allama Mohammad Iqbal: Sir Doctor Allama Muhammad Iqbal (November 9, 1877 – April 21, 1938) was a Muslim poet and philosopher who was born in Sialkot town, in British India (which is now in Pakistan). He became the national poet of Pakistan. He is also known as the poet of East. He wrote poetry in Urdu and Persian. Read More


حضرت حکیم سنایی غزنوی رح (می 2018)

Hakim Sannai Ghaznavi: Hakim Abul-Majd Majdūd ibn Ādam Sanā’ī Ghaznavi was a Persian Sufi poet who lived in Ghazna, in what is now Afghanistan between the 11th century and the 12th century. He died around 1131. Sanai’s best known work is The Walled Garden of Truth or the The Hadiqat-ul Haqiqah. Read More


حضرت مولانا جلال الدین محمد بلخی رح (اپریل 2018)

Maulana Jalaluddin Mohammad Rumi Balkhi: Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi Balkhi was a 13th century Persian poet, an Islamic dervish and a Sufi mystic. He is regarded as one of the greatest spiritual masters and poetical intellects. Born in 1207 AD in the Balkhi Province of Afghanistan, he belonged to a family of learned theologians. Read More

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Abdul Qahar Asi (April 12, 1956 – Sep 29, 1994) (Afghanistan)
Abdul Rahman Pazhwak (Mar 07, 1919 – Jun 08, 1995) (Afghanistan)
Abolqasem Lahouti (Oct 12, 1887- Mar 16, 1957) (Iran)
Abu Mohammad Badie Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Abu Abdullah Bin Hassan Maarofi Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Abdul Hakim Ziaie (Afghanistan)
Abdul Karim Ayding (Afghanistan)
Ahmad Faraz (Pakistan)
Ahmad Shah Durrani (1723 – Oct 16, 1772) (Afghanistan)
Ahmad Mahmood Imperator (Afghanistan)
Ahmad Zahir (June 14, 1946 – June 14, 1979) (Afghanistan)
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin (Russia) (National Poet)
Ali Reza Qazwa (Iran)
Allama Mohammad Iqbal (Pakistan) (National Poet)
Allama Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan (Afghanistan)
Atif Saeed (Pakistan)
Ayesha Durrani (Afghanistan)
Ali Ashghar Bashir Herawi (Afghanistan)
Amir Minai (1828 - 1900) (India)
Amir Moazi Naishaburi (Persia)
Amir Khisrou Balkhi Dehlavi (1253 – 1325) (Afghanistan / India)
Anwari Abduwardi (Turkmenistan / Persia)
Asad Badie (Afghanistan)
Assadullah Afif Bakhtari (1962-2017) (Afghanistan)
Asghar Tanweer (Afghanistan)
Awara Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Ayn al-Qozat Hamadani (1098 – 1131) (Persia)
Aziza Enayat (Afghanistan)

B

Baba Sheikh Farid (1173 – 1266) (Pakistan)
Baba Tahir Uryan (Persia)
Baba Afzal Kashani (13th Century) (Persia)
Baqir Fidaghi Laristani (Iran)
Binavi Badakhshani (13th Century) (Afghanistan)
Bibi Hayati (19th Century) (Persia)
Bulleh Shah (1680 – 1758) Punjab (Pakistan/India)

F

Faiz Ahmad Faiz (Pakistan)
Faiz Kashani (Persia)
Fakhr Shirazi (Persia)
Farhat Abbas Shah (Pakistan)
Fayez Dashtestani (Persia)
Fazil Nazari (Iran)
Forough Farrokhzad (Jan 5, 1935 – Feb 13, 1967) (Iran)
Fauzia Rabab (India)
Froughi Bastami (1798 - 1857) (Iraq / Iran)

G

Ghulam Sarwar Dehqan Kabuli (1904-1975) (Afghanistan)
Goodar Zazai (Afghanistan)

H

Habibullah Bulbul (1927-1995) (Afghanistan)
Hafiz Shirazi (1320 – 1389) (Persia)
Hakim Nzari Qahistani (Persia)
Hakuin (1686 – 1768) (Japan)
Haidari Wojoudi (Afghanistan)
Hamid al-Din Kirmani (966-1021) (Egypt)
Hamid Parafshan (Afghanistan)
Hanzala Badghisi (Afghanistan)
Haroon Rahoon (Afghanistan)
Hatif Isfahani (Persia)
Hilali Chightai (Afghanistan)
Homaira Nikhat Dastagirzada (Afghanistan)

I

Ibrahim Mohsin Roshani (Afghanistan)
Ibn Hassam Khosafi (Perisa)
Iftikhar Raghib (India)
Imadeddin Nasimi (1369? – 1418) (Azerbaijan)

J

Jaun Elia (1931 - 2002) (Pakistan)

K

Kabuli Khan Karimpour (Afghanistan)
Kamaluddin Wahshi Bafqi (Persia)
Khalilullah Khalili (Afghanistan)
Khaqani (1120 – 1190) (Azerbaijan / Persia)
Khisraw Sarakhsi (Persia / Turkmenistan)
 Khuwaja Abdullah Ansar (1006-1088) Afghanistan
Khuwajawi Kirmani (1280 - 1352) (Persia)
Khushal Khan Khattak (1613 –  Feb 25 1689) (National Poet of Afghanistan)

L

Lalla (14th Century) Kashmir (India/Pakistan)
Layeq Sher Ali (1941 – 2000) (Tajikistan)
Lewis Carroll (United Kingdom)
Lina Rozbih Haidari (Afghanistan)
Latif Danishmand (Afghanistan)

M

Mahsati Ganjavi (12th Century) (Azerbaijan)
Magrupy (Turkmenistan)
Magtymguly Pyragy  (1724-1782) (Turkmenistan) (National Poet)
Mah Sharaf Khanom Mastoureh Ardalan (1805 - 1848) (Iran / Iraq)
Maile Mashhadi (Iran)
Mansur al- Hallaj (March 26, 858 – March 26, 922) (Iran / Iraq)
Manikkavacakar (9th Century) (India)
Massoud Sa'ad Salman (Afghanistan / Persia)
Mehdi Akhavan-Sales (Iran)
Mehdi Sohaili (Iran)
Meher Baba (1894 – 1969)
Meer Taqi Meer (India/Pakistan)
Mirza Abdul Qadir Bedil (Afghanistan)
Mirza Muhammad Hasan Qateel Lahori
Mirza Asadullah Beg Ghalib (1797 - 1869) (India)
Mohammad Abdul Aziz Mahjoor (1945 - 2017) (Afghanistan)
Mohammadullah Afzali (Afghanistan)
Mohammad Musa Shafiq (1932 – 1979) (Afghanistan)
Mohtashim Kashani (Perisa)
Monir Sepas (Afghanistan)
Mollanepes (Turkmenistan)
Mohammadullah Afzali (Afghanistan)
Mohammad Abdul Hamid Asir Qandi Agha (Afghanistan)
Mohammad Ali Khan (Pakistan)
Mohammad Fakhir Makeen (Iran)
Mohammad Naim Johar (Afghanistan)
Mohammad Wali Kemina (Turkmenistan)
Mah Rukh Zaidi (Pakistan)
Mohsin Naqwi (Pakistan)
Mullah Hadi Sabzwari (Persia)
Muzhgan Shafa Saghar (Afghanistan)
Mullah Sili Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Mullah Saidae Balkhi (Afghanistan)

N

Nadia Tajik (Afghanistan)
Nadir Nadirpour (Iran)
Nabogh Hasibullah Ahrari (Afghanistan)
Naqib Khan Toghral Ahrari (1865 – 1919) (Tajikistan)
Najmuddin Abubakr Mohammad Zarkob (Persia)
Nooruddin Abdul Rahman “Jami” Herawi (1048-1141) (Afghanistan)
Nasir Khisraw Balkhi (1004 - 1088) (Afghanistan)
Nazo Tokhi (1651 – 1717) (Afghanistan)
Nezami Ganjavi (1141-1209) (Azerbaijan)

O

Obaid Zakani (Persia)

P

Partaw Naderi (Afghanistan)
Parween Etesami (Iran)

Q

Qa'ani Shirazi (Persia)
Qari Abdullah (Afghanistan)
Qushayri (? – 1074) (Persia)
Qateel Shifai (Pakistan)

R

Rabia Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Rahman Baba (1653 – 1711) (Afghanistan)
Rasoul Poyan (Afghanistan)
Raziq Faani (1943 - 2007) (Afghanistan)
Ruknuddin Ohadi Maraghai (Persia)

S

Saib Tabrizi (Persia)
Sadiq Sarmad (Iran)
Safar Nazari Faiz (1981 – 2017) (Afghanistan)
Saleha Waheb Wasil (Afghanistan)
Salman Sawaji (Persia)
Sami Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Sanai Ghaznavi (1044 – 1150) (Afghanistan)
Sarmad Sadiq (Iran)
Sayed Homayoun Shah Alemi (Afghanistan)
Said Mohammad Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Sayeda Makhfi Badakhshi (Afghanistan)
Sofi Ghulam Nabi Ashqari (Afghanistan)
Sofi Abdul Haq Betab (Afghanistan)
Sahl al- Tustari (818? – 896) (Persia)
Sarmad (? – 1659) (Persia & India)
Saqai Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Siavash Kasrai (Iran)
Simin Behbahani (1927 - 2014) (Iran)
Shahid Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Shah Nematollah Vali (1330 – 1431) (Persia)
Shah Shuja Durrani (Nov 4, 1785 – April 5, 1842) (Afghanistan)
Shahabuddin Amoq Bukhari (Bukhara - Uzbekistan)
Sharifi Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Shah Ismail Safawi Khartai (Persia)
Sharif Hakim (Afghanistan)
Shatir Abas Sabohi (1896 - 1936) (Iran)
Sheikh Abul Hasan Khirqani (Persia)
Sheikh Fakhruddin Iraqi (June 10, 1213 – 1289) (Iran, Iraq, Syria)
Sheikh Farid ud-Din Attar (1120? – 1220?) (Persia)
Sheikh Abu Said Abul Khair (Dec 7, 967 – Jan 12, 1049) (Turkmenistan)
Sohrab Sepehri (1928 – 1980) (Iran)
Soroosh Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Sultan Valad Balkhi (Eldest Son of Rumi Balkhi)(1240 – 1312) (Afghanistan)
Sultan Balkhi (Afghanistan)

T

Tamana Mehrzad (Afghanistan)

U

Urfi Shirazi (Persia)

W

Wahdat Kirmanshahi (Iran)
Wali Popal (Afghanistan)
Waqar Khan (Pakistan)


Y

Yunus Emre (1238 – 1320) (Turkey)

Z

Zaigham Balkhi (Afghanistan)
Zain Shakeel (Pakistan)
Zahiruddin Faryabi (Persia)
Zeb Unnesa Begum Makhfi (Feb 15, 1638 – May 26, 1702) (India) 

Zia Qarizada (Afghanistan)

 

قابل توجه شاعران
ویبسایت مولوی بلخی مُتعهد به پشتیبانی شاعران جوان و حرفه یی بوده و آنها را برای اشتراک در این ویبسایت تشویق می نماید. علاقه مندان میتوانند اشعار خود را در بخش تماس با ما شریک سازند.

 

 

بیننده گان محترم ویبسایت مولوی بلخی
ویبسایت مولوی بلخی یک ویبسایت چند زبانه می باشد که اشعار و ترجمه ها را در چندین زبان مختلف جهان  ارائه می نماید. در این ویبسایت اشعار به زبان اصلی و ترجمه آن به زبان های انگلیسی، فارسی، پشتو، اردو، هندی، روسی، ترکی، آلمانی، پرتگالی، ترکی، ازبکی، فرانسوی، عربی و چینایی به نشر میرسند.
~ با ما از اشعار ناب لذت ببرید ~

 

 

اطلاعیه برای شاعران و نویسنده گان
ویبسایت مولوی بلخی از همه شاعران و نویسندگان آماتور و حرفه ای از سراسر جهان جهت اشتراک در این انجمن شعر استقبال می نماید. علاقه مندان میتوانند اشعار خود را در فارمت ورد با ما شریک سازند. بعد از بررسی، در اولین فرصت ممکن در وب سایت ما به نشر خواهد رسید. قابل یادآوریست هیچ گونه شعر انتقادی، توهین آمیز و نژادی قابل نشر نمی باشد.
~ بیایید تا در گُسترش فرهنگ باهم بکوشیم ~

 

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