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        1 - Methods of being influenced by Quran and Hadith in Vesal Shirazi's poetry
        amir jahadi hamidreza kharazmi alireza khodavanddost
        Mirza Mohammad Shafi Shirazi alias Vesal in the thirteenth century AH, a Muslim poet and a devout Shiite, is one of the lovers of the Ahl al-Bayt and one of the poets who in composing his poems on the verses of the Qur'an, narrations, hadiths and religious events and ma Full Text
        Mirza Mohammad Shafi Shirazi alias Vesal in the thirteenth century AH, a Muslim poet and a devout Shiite, is one of the lovers of the Ahl al-Bayt and one of the poets who in composing his poems on the verses of the Qur'an, narrations, hadiths and religious events and masterfully He has used his religious knowledge in his poetry with a fluent and eloquent nature. In this research, an attempt has been made to show the types of influences from the Quran and Hadith in the Divan of Vesal Shirazi. One of the important aspects of this research is that the methods of reflecting the hadiths and verses of the Qur'an in Wisal Divan have been highlighted and classified among a multitude of praiseworthy and descriptive poems. It also includes showing the reflection of religious beliefs in the court and the application of Quranic verses and hadiths and analyzes their frequency. The frequency of being influenced by the Qur'an and Hadith in Vesal's Divan in terms of poetic format is firstly assigned to his poems and then to his Masnavi, and in Vesal's sonnets, despite the high number, less influence is observed in this format; Also, Vesal has been influenced by the Qur'an and hadiths, who has taken advantage of this whenever he has a suitable opportunity and has done so in various ways; These include a special insistence on borrowing the words of the verses of the Qur'an, comparing them with verses and hadiths, and turning the audience's mind to the verses. The method considered in this research is a library method based on analysis and description of quantitative and qualitative content. Manuscript Document
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        2 - An Introduction and review of a manuscript of Divan of Darki-ye qomi with an emphasis on poetic forms
        MohammadReza Masoumi
        One of the poets belonging to the Indian School of Persian poetry in the 17th and 18th centuries is Molla Mohammad Amin Darki-ye qomi. Biographers have reported on him as a poet with lots of verses including some 20 to 30 thousand couplets. A manuscript copy of his Diva Full Text
        One of the poets belonging to the Indian School of Persian poetry in the 17th and 18th centuries is Molla Mohammad Amin Darki-ye qomi. Biographers have reported on him as a poet with lots of verses including some 20 to 30 thousand couplets. A manuscript copy of his Divan is kept with Malek National Library, registered under No. 5146. The present study, as a descriptive-analytical research, was conducted following a correction of the poet's Divan and dealt with introducing and reviewing the said-above manuscript. The findings indicate that the manuscript in question included some 6300 couplets of Darki-ye qomi's Divan in such poetic forms as Qasideh(ode), Qet'eh(fragment), Ghazal(sonnet), Masnavi(couplet-poem), Tarji'band and Tarkibband(refrain). Darki has versified admirations of great figures and religious personalities into Qasidehs, chronograms into Qet'ehs, lyric themes into Ghazals, and Saghinameh into Tarji'bands. He was a creative poet in terms of imagination and theme generation with a moderate and fluent style. A typical characteristic of Darki-ye qomi's poems is the repetition of rhymes and a high probability of employing radifs. Manuscript Document
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        3 - Exploring the Solutions of Resistance Economics in Iqbal Lahuri Poetry
        hamed safi mohammad chakoshian
        The resistance economy is a term that the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution first introduced in September 2010 to counter the economic sanctions of enemies. According to his words, the resistance economy means that the economic conditions of the country are adjus Full Text
        The resistance economy is a term that the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution first introduced in September 2010 to counter the economic sanctions of enemies. According to his words, the resistance economy means that the economic conditions of the country are adjusted in such a way that they will be less vulnerable to economic impacts. Resistance Economics has different characteristics and requirements. In this research, it has been tried to analyze these features and strategies in the poetry of Iqbal lahori. According to this study, Iqbal Poliris has been instrumental in creating three countries' economic problems: 1-Non-self-confidence 2-Dependence on the West 3-Western conspiracies. He proposes solutions to solve these problems and to win the factors. Including attempts to reach the Islamic Ummah, achieve self-confidence, reduce dependence on the West by relying on domestic power and fighting crude sales. Iqbal's views on the subject are endogenous and an extension of the strength of the economy, the pattern of consumption patterns and the protection of domestic Malay. The resistance economy is a term that the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution first introduced in September 2010 to counter the economic sanctions of enemies. According to his words, the resistance economy means that the economic conditions of the country are adjusted in such a way that they will be less vulnerable to economic impacts. Resistance Economics has different characteristics and requirements. In this research, it has been tried to analyze these features and strategies in the poetry of Iqbal lahori. .. . Manuscript Document
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        4 - The ancient resurrection of Jung's model in awakening the devil Mu'awiyah is the time of prayer
        azadeh ebrahimipoor
        Archetypes are the eternal primordial forms common in the collective minds and subconscious of human beings that manifest themselves in the common beliefs of that period in each period, and their attitudes can increase our knowledge of deep cultural, literary and religi Full Text
        Archetypes are the eternal primordial forms common in the collective minds and subconscious of human beings that manifest themselves in the common beliefs of that period in each period, and their attitudes can increase our knowledge of deep cultural, literary and religious currents in historical periods. . In his works, Jung mentions several archetypes and considers each of them individually and in general connection as one of the most meaningful manifestations of the collective unconscious. In this article, Jung archetypes in the form of a story from the second book of Masnavi (Awakening of Iblis Mu'awiyah is the time of prayer) are analyzed. In this study, Jung's school of psychoanalysis is viewed from the perspective of Rumi's poetic world and it is found that this category Archetypes have had a significant impact on the mind and language of this poet. Also, the influence of archetypes such as love, death, rebirth, hero, etc., which have always occupied the human mind, has been studied in Rumi's poetry. has taken. Manuscript Document
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        5 - Bibliography of Iranian lullabies
        Nafise Raisi Mobarake Shekofeh Zhaleh
        Lullabies are a subset of oral literature and popular culture in terms of literary type, and on the other hand, they are also related to children's literature because they are generally addressed to children. The main feature of lullabies is that they exist in the liter Full Text
        Lullabies are a subset of oral literature and popular culture in terms of literary type, and on the other hand, they are also related to children's literature because they are generally addressed to children. The main feature of lullabies is that they exist in the literature of all lands and cultures. In this sense, it is a good topic in comparative literature research and is useful for discovering relationships between different nations. Of course, the function of lullabies in literary research has a favorable range. On the one hand, it is useful in the field of linguistics, dialectology and lexicography studies, and on the other hand, it is effective in sociological and cultural research and understanding their livelihood. Because the main poets of lullabies were mothers, lullabies can be considered as a suitable platform to recognize the subdued ideas of Iranian women, based on which the status of women and the hidden structure of the Iranian family are known, and through it one of the most important functions of lullabies is recognizing educational values. It will be possible in Iranian society because a brief study of lullabies can reveal the existence of such teachings. In this article, an attempt is made to present the bibliography of Iranian lullabies. The present bibliography includes 347 books, articles and dissertations on this subject. The availability of such a list can be helpful in organizing, compiling and analyzing Iranian lullabies from various perspectives such as linguistics, literature, sociology, psychology and educational fields. Manuscript Document
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        6 - The role and stance of bees in the illustrations of Masnavi M'anavi
        Ruhollah Karimi Noureddinvand Amirhossein saeedipour
        Abstract In the worldview of mystical and ethical poets, image is one of the most effective strategies to express the transcendent mystical and moral concepts. Rumi, one of the most famous illustrators in the realm of mystical literature, while telling his stories and Full Text
        Abstract In the worldview of mystical and ethical poets, image is one of the most effective strategies to express the transcendent mystical and moral concepts. Rumi, one of the most famous illustrators in the realm of mystical literature, while telling his stories and mystical and instructive and teachings in Masnavi M'anavi, has made the concepts tangible for his audience with his intelligent and artistic performance in using images. Amongst most of his poems, especially in Masnavi, nature and its phenomena have a special stance. One of the creatures that Rumi specifically illustrates and mentions in Masnavi is bee and its belongings (nectar, honey, wax and sting).Being aware of the importance of this insect in the Holy Qur'an and emphasizing on some of the most important aspects of its life, Rumi has established a link between this creature and some aspects of human life and used this insect to create real and virtual images of Masnavi to express mystical and moral concepts.Referring to Rumi's illustrations of bees in Masnavi by analyzing its imagery, this study tried to analyze the profound mystical and moral meanings and concepts hidden in these images and achieve knowledge and awareness of this creature and its images in Masnavi through their investigation and expansion. Manuscript Document