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The story of Layla and Majnun was known in Persia as early as the 9th century. He was sentenced to be stoned to death by the villagers. Layla and Majnun Arabic: The future is veiled from our eyes. Critical editions of the romance appeared at the beginning of the twentieth century in Persia. This is one of the pillars of the Iranian perception of Majnun, who is perceived as a mystic.

Made distraught by love, the lover roams the deserts alone, composing love poems about his beloved. To this day, the Orient remains faithful to its traditions. Then comes the period of Nizami. The lovers are not separated and prevented from being together before consummating their love. Despite the age of the story, it still has a profound effect on modern audiences, especially youth. Cette agonie, pour moi, n’aura jamais de fin” Each day, Elsa, I’ve cried about losing you.

Mahmud Saba Kashani — Contemporary Persian and Classical Persian are the same language, but writers since are classified as contemporary. His unselfconscious efforts to woo the girl caused some locals to call him “Majnun.

The Story of Layla and Majnun

Poetry, in the context of “poesis” majnnoon the ancient Greeks, becomes his “creation. The story still affects youth today just as the troubadour or ashug’s song did eight or 10 centuries ago.


The families learnt of this strange magic and began to feud, preventing Layla and Majnun from seeing each other.

A History of Persian Literature. His capital was first Shemakhi but was moved to Baku from onwards.

Always in the past, love had been a matter of privacy. But Majnun remained in the wilderness, writing his poetry in solitude, never speaking to a single soul.

The nassib was also used by musicians for its own sake in establishing the mood in the introduction.

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Her terms were accepted and Layla got married, but her heart still longed for Majnun. This article can also be viewed on the Internet at Azerbaijan International’s Web site: Abu Daoud Al-Isfahani, the most famous Oriental analyst of the psychology of love, explains in his book Kitab Ez-Zahra, The Book of the Rose that the nature of total love implies that it be kept secret.

Nizami Ganjavi ‘s Layla and Majnun. Retrieved from ” https: Overcome with regret and loss, Majnun retreated inside of himself entirely and vowed to live in the desert until his own death. Knowing amjnoon his devotion to his parents, Layla was determined to send Majnun word of their passing. After Nizami, the most famous poet of the Leyli and Majnun narrative was Jamia poet of Herat now Afghanistan who was initiated into the Nakshbandi Sufi order.

Retrieved 20 August Keep in mind two names: Time passes, but true love remains. The story’s influence extends beyond Eastern tradition. At one time, Persian was a common cultural language of much of the non-Arabic Islamic world. Simply his philosophy was nothing more than striving to draw closer to God on the highest level. The threads of each man’s fate extend well beyond the boundaries of the visible world.


That agony, for me, will never have an end. The travellers said that Majnun spent his days reciting poetry to himself and writing in the sand with a long stick; they said that he mmajnoon was driven to madness by a broken heart. This provides us with an easy transition from the Arabs to the Persians, whose immemorial culture was present in the Arab Jahiliyah period far before Mohammad’s revelation. The lovers are forbidden to see each other.

As the garden slowly withered, so did Layla: Fuzuli, Leyli and Majnun by Fuzuli, trans.

The Story of Layla and Majnun

He becomes Majnun the word means “mad one,” possessed by demons or jinn. Iranians may not have been more religious than Arabs, but they showed leilu exceptional propensity in mastering K heritage and theology. When the king then summons Leyli and sees how ugly she is, he asks Majnun how he could be so infatuated with her. Azerbaijan Azerbaijan’s case is unique in several aspects. An elaborate poem by Prince Imru’ al Qays is still taught in Arabic literature classes.

Eventually, Majnun retreats to the wilderness, preferring the company of wild beasts to that of men. The Beginning – the Arab Aura “Leyli and Majnun” is ldili in the Golden Age of Mecca’s urban – nomadic aristocracy – a period which is called “Jahiliyah” ignoranceand which precedes the Islamic revelation by a century.

Enjoy this story in: It was on the basis of Fuzuli’s celebrated poem that Majnono Hajibeyov based his opera.