Konya – Mevlana

 

The founder of Mevlevi is the famous scholar and mystic.

Mevlâna, Mevlevi and Rumi in the world with the short names of the great Sufi, scholar and poet Celaleddin Muhammad’s father, Sultanululama Bahaeddin Veled and his mother Mümine Hatun. His name is Muhammad, his nickname is Celaleddin. According to all records, his father has the same name. His grandfather Hussein was nicknamed Celaleddin. The title of inin Belhî (Belhli) yanında has taken its place from the name of his father and his own names from the first kakonyacomynak. He used almost all of his years outside of the first childhood, the ev Diyar-i Rûm ile with the nomenclature of those centuries, and the ın Râmî ı (from the Greek country; Anatolia) and the ır Konevî (Konyalı) ği because of his fatherhood in this region.

The title of Mevlâna, which was used for the scholars in the sense of üştür Efendimiz “, became a special name with Jalaluddin Muhammad. He was also known as Hüdavendigâr, Hünkar, Hazret-i Mevlana, Shaykh, Molla-y Rumi and Hazret-i Pir. The ”Hazret-i Mevlâna ları and” Hazret-i Pîr ”respects were more preferred in the Mevlevi and Anatolia, and today the lev Mevlevi’ in Iran and Pakistan and the P Rûmî ”in the West are enough to commemorate him.

There are different narrations and opinions on some histories and events related to Mevlana’s biography. For example, the year of the family, the year of his family migrated from Belh, the reasons for this emigration, the route to Konya, the persons interviewed during this period, and the disappearance of Shams-i Tabrizî is such a kind. In general, the information is based on Sultan Veled’s İbtidânâme’sini, Sipehsalarâks Risâle’’, and Eflâkîs Menâkibuâl-ârifîn’. In these works, the finding of contradictory expressions especially in Menâkibu farklılıkl-ârifîn has prepared the ground for the differences mentioned.

Mevlâna was found on 30 September 1207 (6 Rebiyülevvel 604) in the city of Vahsh and Samarkand with his father after he was born in Belh, an important historical city of Horasan region in the north of Afghanistan. When his father decided to immigrate from Belhlar, his group was from Mevlâna, who was five years old. Nişabur, who first moved to Anatolia with the route of Nishapur, Baghdad, Mecca, Medina and Damascus, reached to Malatya and Erzincan Akşehir and spent a year or more in these two places, probably four years in Akşehir. When Karaman arrived, Rumi was fifteen years old (619/1222). Here, he married Gevher Hatun, the daughter of Lala Şerefeddin of Samarkand, who was in the parish (1225). Sultan Veled and Alaeddin Celebi were born in the first years of marriage. Mevlana, who went to Aleppo and Damascus to collect during his residence that lasted seven years in Karaman, lost his mother Mumine Hatun and his brother Alaeddin Muhammad and most likely his wife Gevher Hatun here. According to the rumors, the family went to Konya in 1229 upon the persistent invitations of Sultan Alaeddin Keykubat. When Mevlâna was twenty-four, his father Baha-i Veled died in Konya in 1231 (629). In Aleppo and Damascus, apart from his years of travel or his travels, Mevlâna, who lived in Konya on a regular basis, had sixty-six, sixty-six years old, on December 17, 1273 (5 Cemaziyelahir 672), according to the Islamic calendar. The cemetery, which began to form with his father’s grave in the Sultan’s Garden, turned into a mausoleum with him. Later on, this structure became the Asitane of the Tarika-i Mevlevi (Mevlevi order, Mevlevi) which became institutionalized with the support of his son Sultan Veled.

Mevlana’s three sons and one daughter were born. The mothers of his eldest son Bahaeddin Muhammed and one or two years younger than him, perhaps the eldest son of al-Abul al-Muhammad (d. 1262), according to some information, are Gevher Khatun (d. 1229), the daughter of Samarkand Serefeddin. Before, Karaman). Muzafferüddin Emir Adlim (d. 1277) and his daughter Melike Hatun (d. 1306), whose other son held various positions in the Seljuk palace until the treasury, were the mothers of Konya Kira Hatun (d. 1292) whom Gevher Hatun had married after his death. The son of Mawlana is metaphor with him and his father.

Mevlana’s famous by the grandmother of the Hanafi ibn Shamsethanam Muhammad-i Serahsi (d. 1097) reached the grandmother of the Haram was found and the father of the first Caliph Hz. Although information on his attachment to Abu Bakr was included in some of his works, he did not appear in the works of Sultan Veled himself.

Many people were found alongside him and around him throughout his life. The first person to be remembered is the Sheikh Burhaneddin-i Muhakkik-i Tirmizî, nicknamed Seyyid-i Sırdan (who knows the secret), his father’s disciple. Seyyit, who had been with the family before and was the tulip of Mevlâna in his childhood years, was in this second meeting a teacher and a shahman for the twenty five year old son of Sheik. Their ties were together and lasted for nine years in separate places and ended with Sayyid’s living in Kayseri (d. H 638 / 1240-41). ADNAN KARAİSMAİLOĞLU

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