Sa’adi Shiraz Iran Tour
Name : Sa’adi (born as Abū-Muḥammad Muṣliḥ al-Dīn bin Abdallāh Shīrāzī (also known as Saadi Shirazi)
Place of birth: Shiraz
Date of birth: 606 AH
Date of death: 670-671 AH
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Sa’adi shiraz iran tour (born as Abū-Muḥammad Muṣliḥ al-Dīn bin Abdallāh Shīrāzī (also known as Saadi Shirazi)), he is also known as Saadi Shirazi, was a famous poet from iran,who lived in shiraz. His name was taken from the name of Saadan Abbakr bin Saad al-Zangi, the crown prince of Muzaffar al-Din Abu Bakr. Every time Sa’adi was in Shiraz, he served at the service of this literary crown prince. his father died when he was an infant. Saadi experienced a youth of poverty and hardship, and left his native town at a young age for Baghdad to pursue a better education. Saadi studied in the Nizamiya of Baghdad. Students at the University of Nizamiya included commentators, scholars, preachers, rulers.
In addition to the University of Nizamiya, Sa’adi was also present along with other professors such as Shahabuddin Omar Sohrevardi and influenced him in mysticism. This Shahabuddin Omar Suhrawardi should not be confused with Sheikh Ishraq, Yahya Sohrevardi. His other possible teacher was in Baghdad, the city of Belfast, Ben Joosey (died 636 years). After graduating in Baghdad, Sa’adi visited various trips to many of Sa’adi shiraz iran tour travels.
There are disagreements between the scholars on how Saadi visited the scholars, and Saadi’s own narratives could not suffice, and it seems that some of these trips are storytelling (Moawat, 1374, p. 58), because many of them are symbolic and They are moral, not real. It is certain that the poet has traveled to Iraq, Sham, and Hejaz.
And perhaps from India, Turkestan, Asia Minor, Ghazni, Azerbaijan, Palestine, China, Yemen and North Africa too.
After studying Sheikh traveled and traveled and preached in the congregation, leading people to religion and ethics. Sa’adi’s works, as well as his own writers, were proficient in words, phrases, logic, divine wisdom, and wisdom (civil society and politics). Especially in the wisdom of all his works.
Sa’adi returned to Shiraz about 655 lunar years and lived in the house of Abu Abdullah bin Khufiq. The Persian ruler at this time was Atabak Abu Bakr ibn Saad al-Zangi (623-658), who gave them to prevent the invasion of the Mongols to Fars, and one year later he helped them to conquer Baghdad by the Mongols (at 4 Zero 656). During the reign of Abu Bakan Sadebn Zangi, Shiraz had sheltered scientists who survived from death. During his life, Sa’adi had gained a high rank in the court(Darbar).
At that time, the crown prince Mozafar al-Din Abu Bakr in the name of Saad ibn Abu Bakr, whose sa’adi taken his pen name from him, had a great deal of respect for Sa’adi. Sa’adi Bostan, whose song was finished in 655, It was not yet a year since Bostan’s elaboration, which in the spring of 656 wrote his second work, Gulistan,Still from Golestan Bostan Baqati was available, which ended the Golestan Book.
The subject of the book
The arrangement and appropriateness of Golestan along with social, ethical and educational issues because of the simple and sweet style of writing, introduced Sa’adi as God of literature.
Forty-three years after the death of Sheikh, one of the mystics named Ali Bin-i-Ahmadbn-i-Aki Sokr, known as Bisotun, set up Sa’adi’s lyrics and arranged them in bold letters.
Sa’adi Shiraz Iran tour book divided into 12 sections.
Sa’adi Shiraz Iran tour was also in high spirits in his journey. He traveled all over the Islamic realm and the neighbors of the Islamic countries, and his sight-seeing in every particle, the world of wisdom and wisdom was seen.
Once in the course of the Crusades, as he writes himself in Golestan, he is captured by the Jesuits.
Death and Funeral
Sa’adi was buried in a house that is now his tomb, Located 4 km north-east of Shiraz, on the slopes of the Fahandeh Mountain, at the end of Bustan Street and next to Delgosha Garden. This place was originally the Sheikh monastery, where he spent his life there and then was buried there.If you want to stay in Shiraz and be near to his tomb stay in Jahamgardi Hotel.
Sa’adi shiraz in banknotes
Coins of the 500 Iranian Rhymes from Iran since the year 1387 have been decorated with the image of Saadi’s Tomb. Also, a banknotes of ten thousand tomans (one hundred thousand rials) is a view of Saadi’s tomb in Shiraz.
The center of sa’adi shenasi, since the year 1381, declared the day of May 1 as Saadi day, and on April 1, 2010, solar, at the World Poets’ Meeting, in Shiraz, on April 1, was nominated by the internal and external cultural institutions as Sa’di’s Day.
one of the most popular poems of sa’adi
بنی آدم اعضای یکدیگرند
که در آفرینش ز یک گوهرند
چو عضوی به درد آورد روزگار
دگر عضوها را نماند قرار
تو کز محنت دیگران بی غمی
نشاید که نامت نهند آدمی
Humans are ingredients of the same potion,
Thus are similar in their creation,
If one ingredient feels the pain,
Other ingredients will not restrain,
If you’re careless about humans sufferings,
You’re not deserved to be called human beings