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ادبستان 2014, 5(17): 65-84 Back to browse issues page
A Review of Annihilation in Bidel’s poetry
Mohammad Ahi *, Amene Varmaghani
Assistant Professor
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Familiarity with mysticism of Bidel Dehlavi is one of the most important ways to approach to his mystical thoughts. Annihilation is a recurrent thought in his poems. Being perished in an endless sea of reality and in the mystical journeys is of eminent importance. In the opinion of Bidel, mystical journey of a Gnostic is towards annihilation .The far end of mysticism is annihilation in God. The importance of perishing is so high that it has become one of the basic issues of different mysticisms all around the world. Nirvana is a noticeable example in Indian mysticism. Bidel is one of the great mystical poets in India and his favorite concepts in the field of mysticism are continuation of Mowlana Jalalo- din Balkhi and   Ebn-e- Arabi. 

Keywords: Mysticism, Annihilation, Nirvana, Bidel Dehlavi, Indian Mysticism
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/06/27 | Accepted: 2016/06/27 | Published: 2016/06/27
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Ahi M, Varmaghani A. A Review of Annihilation in Bidel’s poetry. ادبستان. 2014; 5 (17) :65-84
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