Labid is best known for his poem “The Mu’allaqa” which was one of the greatest poems of his age, which is part of a genre of poems called the Qasida. Shanfara was a poet who looked at Jahiliyah from an outsider’s perspective, and provided accounts of solitary life without a tribe. There is a significant difference between the two poets in that Labid’s poetry was more mainstream and provided somewhat of an example to follow. When faced with his beloved Nawaar disappearing, after contemplating while watching the animals in the desert decides that, “Hey, doesn’t Nawaar realize I can start a love-affair, but when I’m tired of it, / I can cut the cord, just like that? / I’m the kind of guy who leaves when I get bored / with hanging around a dull place” (Labid Ibn Rabi’a al-’Amiri).
Fariba, Laila, and Marriam were three Muslim women that Hosseini used to compare and contrast their qualities and ways of life. Unlike Laila and Marriam, Fariba’s husband did not control or abuse her, in fact, she showed more authority over him than what the typical Muslim wife would. She was unafraid to fight with her husband Babi, and she did not receive any consequences or beatings for lashing out against him. For example, as Fariba would yell at Babi, he would not obediently and quietly wait for her to stop raging (Page 108.) Furthermore, she did not become forced or stuck in a marriage she did not want.
They knew how much poetry meant to him so they built a small house called the poet in 1860 for him. They wanted to have something represent him around the building. They put up a stock of basho tree, which is a species of a banana tree. Basho was astonished at the work they did for him. Due to this, Basho changed his name from his various names and stuck with Matsuo Basho as his poetry name.
This book is the book that compiles the writing of Sayyid Qutb. Albert J. Bergesen who is the editor and the writer has chosen and selected the writings of Sayyid Qutb on politics, religion and society. There is a need to summarize the volume of Sayyid Qutb 's basic writings. Although many of Qutb 's writings have been translated into English, the translations always bring problem to the people to understand the English easily. Bergesen brings together the essential Qutb for the interested reader and presents it in a proper manner.
Topic: Ceramics through the Islamic Civilization Introduction In the 7th century, the evolution of art in the Islamic world brought a new breath of fresh air to art decorative style especially in the pottery world. Originating from the Arabian peninsular and slowly made its way to the rest of the world, Islamic art was often regarded as a religious-based art. Deeply influenced by Islamic teaching, it possesses tranquility and beauty through the combination of elaborative and intricate motifs paired with rich and vibrant colours. Islamic art is an epitome of what Islam means – ‘Peace’. During that time, Islamic art enfolded the secular and culturally rich Islamic society.
Later, Suhaya came to Zayd and Muhammad (PBUH) with the treaty of Hudaybiyyah, that they can continue their pilgrimage next year for 3 days, and peace for 10 years. The teachings of Islam included being loyal to others and that reading was important and should be taught to others. One night, a tribe attacked the Muslims and killed a few men. Abu Sufiyan tried to convince Muhammad (PBUH) that it was not them who attacked. He did not believe this, and for breaking the truce, Mecca was now owned by the Muslims.
The Romantic poems were constitutionally modified to cover the problems of the age. They evolved from the doctrines of liberty and individual conviction, and for this they were mostly focused on personal experience rather than public and moral concerns. The Romantic poems presented vivid portrayals of people’s spiritual life during the age of transition and glorified strong individuals who challenged the social and moral values of their time, and struggled against the cruelty and ugliness penetrating into society. They showed the complexity and discrepancy of human feelings generated not only by unfavourable environmental conditions, but also by the struggle of passions in his own
The availability of electronic literature is in the form of online publications, DVD, CD-ROM, and digital video films. Nabati poets have resulted in adopting some of these developments to be able to reach the large audiences. This is evident, as the Nabati poetry owns an online digital blog where the history of the poetry and other poems are uploaded for the audience to view among other publications. Electronic Poetry is significant as it addresses issues of efficiency, networking, and interaction with the web-based communities. The digital is also not limiting, as geographical boundaries are no longer a boundary.
Throughout his whole life, he was respectful of all faiths and even gave up hunting, a sport he loved, out of respect for his Hindu subjects. He also established a new religion known as ‘Din-i-Ilahi’ which was made by merging the best elements of mostly Hinduism and Islam. However, his new religion died when Akbar died. Akbar had great fondness of literature. He had a library of over 24,000 volumes written in Sanskrit, Urdu, Persian, Greek, Latin, Arabic and Kashmiri, staffed by many scholars, translators, artists, calligraphers and readers.