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Books - Links Sanai is one of the earlier Sufi poets. He was born in the province of Ghazna in southern Afghanistan in the middle of the 11th century and probably died around Rumi acknowledged Sanai and Attar as his two primary inspirations, saying, "Attar is the soul and Sanai its two eyes, I came after Sanai and Attar. The story is told of how the Sultan decided to lead a military attack against neighboring India.

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Despite his strong influence not much is known about his life and much is gleaned from his poetry which is often autobiographical. Most of his early works were written in praise of the sultan but a great change came about when the Shah decided that he was going to invade neighboring India. Sanai was included in the expeditionary force to chronicle events.

The man was Lai Khur and Sanai stopped to admonish him. This attack caused Sanai a shock as he realized that the old drunk was speaking the truth. He began to study under Yusef Hamdani, a Sufi mystic who convinced him to go on a long pilgrimage to Mecca. On his return, Sanai was indeed a changed man and wrote his most memorable work The Walled Garden of Truth that explores the ideas of God, reason and love and has been a mainstay of Sufi teachings ever since.

Integral to this was love without which we are all lost and separated from God. Works such as The Walled Garden of Truth are written in a characteristically simple way but with metaphor that reveal the spiritual meaning of the text and have been heavily studied by theologians over the years. He is said to have lived to a ripe old age and is thought to have passed from this world around

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Hakim Sanai: The Walled Garden of Truth

Despite his strong influence not much is known about his life and much is gleaned from his poetry which is often autobiographical. Most of his early works were written in praise of the sultan but a great change came about when the Shah decided that he was going to invade neighboring India. Sanai was included in the expeditionary force to chronicle events. The man was Lai Khur and Sanai stopped to admonish him. This attack caused Sanai a shock as he realized that the old drunk was speaking the truth.

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Life[ edit ] Sanai was a Sunni Muslim. According to Major T. Love Ishq and a social conscience are for him the foundation of religion; mankind is asleep, living in a desolate world. To Sanai common religion was only habit and ritual. He is considered the first poet to use the qasidah ode , ghazal lyric , and the masnavi rhymed couplet to express the philosophical, mystical and ethical ideas of Sufism. Influence and legacy[ edit ] Poetic influence[ edit ] Rumi acknowledged Sanai and Attar as his two great inspirations, saying, " Attar is the soul and Sanai its two eyes, I came after Sanai and Attar. What can they see in sleep?

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Not one knows how far it is from nothingness to God. As long as you cling to your self you will wander right and left, Remain unmoved by hope and fear. To non-existence mosque and church are one; to a shadow, heaven and hell likewise. As he was poorly dressed the attendants treated him in a casual manner, game him only a scrap of soap and an old towel. When he left, Nasrudin gave the two men a gold coin each.

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