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Tales of the dervishes
|Statement||selected from the Sufi classics, from oral tradition, from unpublished manuscripts and schools of Sufi teaching in many countries [by] Idries Shah.|
|LC Classifications||PN6071.S85 S5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||67113096|
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Idries shah collected tales, teaching stories of the Sufi master over the past thousand years. He selected from the Sufi classics, from oral tradition, from unpunished manuscripts and school of sufi teaching in many /5.
A book of over eighty very entertaining and varied stories begins with some already appreciated by many in the West, like ‘The Tale of the Sands’, ‘The Food of Paradise’, Tales of the dervishes book ‘The Blind Cited by: 8. Tales of the Dervishes - Kindle edition by Shah, Idries. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and /5(74). Tales of the Dervishes Although enormously attractive as sheer entertainment, Dervish tales were never presented merely on the level of a fable, legend or folklore. They stand comparison in.
About Tales of the Dervishes. Dervish tales are more than fable, legend, or folklore. For centuries dervish masters have instructed their disciples by means of these teaching stories, which are said to increase perception and knowledge and provide a.
Tales of the Dervishes, a book which contains Teaching Stories from Sufi Masters, is very short on interpretation of Reality, or descriptions of Reality, or categorizations of Reality, and very long on the means to develope one's own perception and understanding. The Tale of the Four Dervishes (Persian: قصه چهار درویش Qissa-ye Chahār Darvēsh), known as Bāgh o Bahār (باغ و بہار, "Garden and Spring") in Urdu, is a collection of allegorical stories by Amir Khusro written in Persian in the early 13th century.
While legend says that Amir Khusro was the author, the tales were written long after his death. About A Tale of Four Dervishes. A dazzling Urdu epic that evokes a magical Indo-Muslim world Originally composed in the fourteenth century and made popular in by Mir Amman’s colloquial retelling, this wonderfully entertaining story paints a.
The material in Tales of the Dervishes is the result of a thousand years of development, during which Dervish masters used these and other teaching stories to instruct their disciples. The tales are held to convey powers of increasing perception unknown to the ordinary man. item 4 Tales of the Dervishes by Shah Idries Shah (English) Hardcover Book Free Shippin - Tales of the Dervishes by Shah Idries Shah (English) Hardcover Book Free Shippin.
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The material in Tales of the Dervishes is the result of a thousand years of development, during which Dervish masters used these and other teaching stories to instruct their disciples.
The tales are held to convey powers of increasing perception unknown to the ordinary man. Destination Mecca was both an ambitious travel book and a work of. Buy Tales of the Dervishes by Shah, Idries (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: Tales of the dervishes: teaching-stories of the Sufi masters over the past thousand years: selected from the Sufi classics, from oral tradition, from unpublished manuscripts and schools of Sufi teaching in many countries.
In his book, Tales of the Dervishes, Shah collected classic Sufi tales in many forms, traditional oral, unpublished and otherwise, to bring some of that wisdom to the Western world.
All have their morals and lessons at the end, to further punctuate the state of affairs. The tales themselves come from across the Middle East.
Tales of the Dervishes is essential reading for anyone interested in Sufi thought, the significance and history of tales, or simply superb entertainment. The Downfall of the Dervishes Sir Ernest Nathaniel Bennett — Dervishes.
Teaching-stories and narratives selected and read by members of The London College of Storytellers, from Shah´s best-selling work, Tales of the Dervishes. Shah Idries: Tales Dervishes by Idries Shah,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.