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  • Bostan-Gulistan Gold Earrings-Bedir Publishing House

    Translator: Rahmi Serin
    Translator: Yakub Kenan Necefzade
    Published Date 2016-03-11
    ISBN 9758514032
    Number of Impressions 2nd Edition
    Language Turkish
    Number of Pages 448
    Skin Type Bound
    Paper Type 2. Hm. Paper
    Size 16 x 24 cm
    Gulistan, Bostan and Etvaku'z-Zeheb, which are the three invaluable treasures of Islamic-Oriental literature, are printed in a single volume by Bedir Publishing House and present them to the enthusiasts of irfa. As in the other books we have published, in this work, maximum attention has been paid to translation, proofreading, printing and binding.
    PREFACE

    Sheikh Sa'dî-i Şirâzî Gülistan and Bostan

    He was born between the years 610 and 615 (1213 - 1219 AD) in the city of Shiraz, which is now in Iran. His real name is Abu Abdullah Mü-sharrifüddin bin Muslih el-Şirâzî. Sa'dî is his pseudonym. Since he lived during the reign of Abu Bakr bin Sa'd bin Zengî, one of the Turkish atabek of the salgary, and he received respect and favor from this ruler, Sa'di signed his writings to show his affiliation and loyalty to him.

    He did his first education in Şirâz, immigrated to Baghdad after the Mongol invasion, where he completed his higher education in Nizamiye madrasah, which was the biggest science center of the time. He traveled to many countries throughout his life. It is rumored that he traveled to countries and cities such as Iraq, Syria, Anatolia, Egypt, Morocco, Azerbaijan, Balkh, Gazne, Punjab, Gujarat, Somenat. During these travels, he met, met and chatted with many famous and prominent personalities both as a statesman, poet, edib, mystic and religious scholar.

    In one of these trips, he himself writes that he was captured by the Crusaders on his way to Jerusalem.
    He returned to his homeland in 1256 and 1257. Meanwhile, Abu Bakr bin Sha'd bin Zengî was ruling in Shiraz. He made peace with the Mongols and gave his country peace and comfort. Sa'dî, who was accepted by this ruler, wrote his name Bustan in 1257 on behalf of him and Gulistan on behalf of the crown prince Sa'd a year later. Both books were so beautiful that they quickly gained a well-deserved reputation in the whole Islamic world, who spoke and knew Persian.

    However, a few years later the ruler and his son, who were their judges, passed away. The ruler who took their place was a child, he could not rule the state. The Salgurlu dynasty began to collapse and the Mongols eventually took over the country. Upon this, Sheikh Sa'ddi, who was sick of the turmoil in the country, set off again after leaving Şirâz. He went to Mekke-i Mükerreme for the pilgrimage. After visiting Haremeyn, he returned to Tabriz. It is rumored that he met with the Mongol ruler Abaka Khan there.

    Sa'dî spent the last years of his life in his homeland, Shiraz. He was busy with worship and obedience and passed away in 691 (AD 1292). His grave is near his dervish lodge (hankâh) near Şi- râz. Rahmetul- against lahi.

    WORKS:

    1 & mdash; Takrir-i Dibâce. 2 & mdash; Mecâlis-i Pencgâne. 3 & mdash; Sual-i sâhib - divan. 4 & mdash; Akl u Love, 5 & mdash; Nasihatü'l-mulûk. 6 & mdash; Risâle-i Selâse: Mülâkat-i Şeyh Sa'dî bâ Abaka Han, Risâle-i Engiyanû, Risâle-i Me-lik Şemsüddin. 7 & mdash; Gulistan. 8 & mdash; Bustan (or Sa'ddinâme). 9 & mdash; Kasaid-i Farisi. 10 & mdash; Kasaid-i Arabi, 11 & mdash; Mulemmaat. 12 & mdash; Preference. 13 & mdash; Tayyibat. 14 & mdash; Bedayi ". 15 & mdash; My weather. 16 & mdash; Gazeli-yat-ı Kadîm, 17 & mdash; Owner. 18 & mdash; Mukatta'at. 19 & mdash; Rubaiyat. 20 & mdash; Curriculum. 21 & mdash; Hubsiyat. 22 & mdash; Hezliyat. 23 & mdash; Mudhikat.


    There is no doubt that the most perfect and famous work of Sheikh Sa'dî is Gulistan. This work is partly in verse and partly in prose, and it is sehl-i believer from beginning to end. It looks easy and simple, but very difficult to imitate. As a matter of fact, there have been many edibs who wanted to imitate Gulistan for centuries and wrote many works, but none of them could be a Gulistan.

    By the way, let's mention some of the works in Gulistan style: Nigâristan - Muinüddin al-Cüveynî, Baharistan - Molla Jami, Ravzatü'l-Ahbab - Sa'ilî.

    GÜLÎSTAN'S TURKISH TRANSLATIONS:

    Seyf Serayî's translation into Kıpçak Turkish, Witness İbra-him Dede, Mahmud bin Kadı Manyas, Şem'î, Sudî-i Bosnevî, Hava- yî-i Bursevî, Şeyhülislâm Es'ad bin Sa'deddin Efendi, Ayşî Mehmed Efendi, Haşan Rıza Efendi, Babadağ! İbrahim Efendi, Ahmed Saib and İzzet, Mehmed Said (with the name of Mülistan), Tayyar, Niğdeli Hakkı Eroğlu (verse), Kilisli Rıfat, Hikmet İlaydın and this translation in your hand.

    The Latin translation of Gulistan was published in 1651 and has been translated into major western languages ​​from this date until today. If we say that there are about 10 different translations into French, we express that this book has been read with great interest not only in the Eastern-Islamic countries but also in the Christian western world.

    TRUCK FARM:

    After Gulistan, Sheikh Sa'dî's second biggest and well-known master is Bostan and it is all verse. It consists of ten chapels and explains religious, moral, mystical issues such as justice, graciousness, love, modesty, consent, conviction, discipline, gratitude, repentance and mysticism in a very clear, attractive, curious, and intimidating way to spirits. It is as if Sheikh Sa di has a magical style. Many simple issues that will remain very prosaic and simple in the language and pen of others come to life with his sehl-i mate, his style statement, as if it becomes a very curious subject heard for the first time. Many times, when one reads Sheikh Sa'dî, "Here is what I would like to say in this matter ..."

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    Sa'dî-i Şirâzî is one of the great figures of Persian literature. An Iranian literature without Gülistan and Bostan would be incomplete ... He not only occupied a great place in Persian literature, but also occupied a distinguished and exclusive place in the literatures of all oriental Islamic tribes, especially Ottoman literature and culture. So much so that, until recently, the Persian lessons taught in the middle schools and high schools of the Ottoman state included pieces selected from Gulistan and Bostan.

    Although Sa'di's other works are also valuable, these two cha-hessari levels were not widely read and recognized.



    Sa'dî wrote in Persian, but since he is a circumcision of a circumcision, he is closer to us than to be the property of Iranian literature and culture, just like our Mevlânâ Celâlüddin Rumi.

    Besides, Sa'ddi is not just a poet and an edib. Its religion! and it has a ta-savvufi side. After all, in the Islamic world, isn't it all about religious, social and cultural activities, like water engulfs fish?



    Sheikh Sa'd, for a long time, he walked to the eternal realm through the door of ka-bir, making this fatal realm.

    Sa'd was born in Shirâz like a rosebud of your kind, and like every great person and artisan, he suffered more than his pleasure and suffering. He was orphaned when he was twelve years old. It saw invasions, wars, beatings and anarchies. He lived in a complicated period of the Islamic world and witnessed many political and social adventures. He lived a long life approaching the century, he became very perfected, and zeval, which is the result of every perfection, knocked on his door. But his name remained in the languages, his works kept him from oblivion; he died, but his reputation for Gulistan and Bustan continues.

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    He had a sensitive spirit, a racy heart, a soulful heart, a quick mind, a deep conscience and a strong faith. He praised good, he counseled, and ate evil. She was in love with beauty. A rose, a bird's song, a sweet wind, a meaningful face, a pair of beautiful eyes would be a source of inspiration for him, and masterpieces from prose or poetry would be instrumental in his fortune-telling. He did not like cruelty, ugliness, swearing, bad habits, arrogance, pride, nahveti, human passions. Gulistan and Bostan are not dry literature books. These two works are moral, literary, virtue, advice, kindness, and goodwill.

    Reader brother! .. Gülistan and Bostan are not books that need introduction and long forewords. Open, read; You understand the values ​​...

    Sheikh Sa'dî passed away, leaving a nice sada in the dome ... Peace be upon him, those who read ...

    Maybe one day we can meet him in a Gulistan. The roses do not fade; In a Garden without pain, suffering and separation ...

    UBEYDULLAH SMALL

    Contents

    GÜLISTAN

    Page

    Preface 7

    Introduction 17

    Matter 17

    Na’t 18

    Beautiful attributes of the Islamic sultan 20

    The reason I copy Gulistan 22

    About the Emir-i Kebir (Great Vizier) Abu Nasr's Son Fahrettin Abubekir 26

    The reason for my declaration of objection and consensus due to my fault in service 27

    Book's copyright 29

    FIRST B and Acirc; B

    About the good habits, good customs, attitudes and deeds of the sultans ... 30

    SECOND B and Acirc; B

    On the morality of dervishes 60

    THIRD B and Acirc; B

    On the virtue of opinion 94

    FOURTH B and Acirc; B

    About the benefits of silence 117

    FIFTH B and Acirc; B

    About love and youth 122

    SIXTH B and Acirc; B

    141 on old age

    SEVENTH B and Acirc; B

    About the effect of dressage 140

    Sadi's argument with a claimant about wealth and poverty 157

    EIGHT B and Acirc; B

    It is about the virtue of conversation 163

    End of the book 192

    TRUCK FARM

    Introduction 193

    Münâcât 193

    Na’t 196

    About the four caliphs and the dynasty of prophets 197

    The reason for writing Bostan 198

    The writing date of the book is 199

    Beautiful attributes of Abu Bakr, son of the Islamic sultan Saad ibn Zengi 200

    Medhiyye about Atabek Muhammed Saad 202

    FIRST B and Acirc; B

    (About justice and the administration of the country)

    The advice of Kisra (Nuşirevân) to his son Hormuz 204

    Advice from Hüsrev Perviz to Şirûye 205

    Story 200

    Story 207

    Not in a hurry to punish 208

    On mercy for the weak 214

    A story about compassion for people 215

    Story 216

    About rulers' knowing their friends and enemies 216

    About the sultans getting information from the state of the people 217

    Story 217

    Former rulers' public affection 217

    Story 218

    Story 219

    The story of the wicked sultan and a martyr 220

    On keeping the hearts of the poor 221

    A story about compassion for helplessness in time of power 222

    Story 223

    Justice and the consequences of cruelty 223

    The story of two brothers, one just and the other cruel 224

    Story 275

    Peace of mind of the contented and consenting poor 226

    and Acirc, the story of the bidle dry head 226

    Good work and bad work and their consequences 227

    The story of a cruel military officer 277

    The story of a straightforward man with Haccâc-ı Zâlim 223

    Story 229

    Story 229

    229 on caressing freaks

    Story 279

    About the non-permanent world reign 230

    Merchandising work and property transferred 231

    The story of a scholar with Kızılaslan 231

    Story 232

    Story 232

    The story of the sultan of Gor 233

    The story of the Abbasid caliph Me'mun and his curry 238

    The story of a wicked ruler and a true dervish 239

    Story 240

    A story about keeping silent to anyone who does not listen to advice ... 241

    The rulers of the sultans, the administration of the country, the rule of the sultanate and the army

    on the principles of administration 242

    Taking care of soldiers in peacetime 244

    About the experienced private 244

    Story 245

    Conquering the hearts of witnesses of talent and ingenuity 246

    On avoiding the enemy in all matters 246

    On wisely banishing enemies 246

    About showing sweetness to the enemy by thinking ahead 247

    You need to be afraid of the enemy that attaches to you 217

    About keeping your own secret 248

    SECOND B and Acirc; B

    (About benevolence and goodness)

    About feeling sorry for and caressing the orphan 250

    About doing good to orphans? 50

    About Abraham's Keremi against everyone 251

    On bestowing good and bad all 252

    The story of an abid and a cheeky and brazen beggar 252

    The story about the wicked man and the open-handed son 253

    Story 253

    Representation 254

    Story 255

    The story of the self-righteous abide 256

    Yet another story in this sense 2: 6

    Story 257

    On doing good to the good and the bad 258

    On getting along with the public and being humble 258

    The Fate of Mercy for the Poor 259

    Story about the attitudes and behavior of good people 260

    On magnanimity and its aftermath 261

    The story about obtaining hearts with benevolence 261

    Story 262

    The story of the wise man 263

    The story of Hâtem-i Tâî 261

    The Story of the Yemen Sultan and Hâtem-i Tâî 265

    A story about the daughter of Hâtem i Tâî in the time of the Prophet 267 The story of Alicenâb Hâtem-i Tâî and the Sultan of Islam Abu Bakr Ibn Saad

    About Ibn Zikr with goodness and yad efma 263

    Story of a ruler's mild nature 269

    On the observance of the general public by a person who wants to meet a man of Allah 271

    Story 271

    The story of the wicked father and his lewd son 272

    A story about more reward for little good 273

    Story about the rewards of doing good in the hereafter 275

    Regarding the glory and policies of rulers 275

    A wife with the story of bestowing bestowal to a deserving and worthy one -

    husband story 276

    Story 277

    THIRD B and Acirc; B

    (About true love, parents' path and love to them)

    On metaphorical love 278

    On true love 279

    The story of a poor child and a ruler's daughter 280

    The story about the rapture of the chatter 281

    A story about love and affection 282

    About the victory of Vecdin and the reign of love 283

    Story 284

    The story about patience and perseverance against time 285

    Not afraid of being reprimanded and not worried about the translation 286

    Story 287

    A story about patience and enduring suffering 287

    Story 287

    Story 288

    288 regarding love prevail over reason

    Story 288

    Story 289

    Regarding Mecnun's true love for Leyla 289

    Story 290

    Story 291

    Regarding the imagination of all creatures in the presence of God 291

    The story of the village steward and the soldier of the sultan 292

    Story 293

    Story 293

    About the sky of the men of hearts 295

    On the truth of Semam 295

    Story 296

    The story of the propeller's unreasonable love for the candle 296

    The Talking of the Candle with the Propeller 298

    FOURTH B and Acirc; B

    (Humility is about IUlttk)

    A story about the witness above 300

    Another story about the same wit 300

    The story about Bayezid-i Bestamî's modesty 301

    The end of pride, the abundance of humility 301

    The story of Prophet Jesus and a self-righteous abid and a regretful sin-profit '302

    Story 392

    Story 393

    Story 393

    Story 394

    Story t. 394

    Tenth B and Acirc; B

    (About the matter and ending of the book)

    Story 396

    Story 397

    Story 397

    Story 393

    Story 398

    GOLD EARRINGS

    (The book consists of one hundred articles)

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    Author's preface 403

    Article: Value of knowledge and taqwa 404
    Article: About the foulness of hubris 405
    Article: Wake up from heedlessness 405
    Article: Worst of self-esteem 405
    Article: Not being unaware of death 406
    Article: Duânm âdâbr 406
    Article: The fame of fame 406
    Article: The need to cleanse the heart 407
    Article: With the one who sacrificed his honor for his gain
    cover 407

    Article: Tyi friend attributes 408
    Article: About 408
    Article: 408 on doing good
    Article: The worst of bezel 409
    Article: The worst of laziness 409
    Article: About working and earning 409
    Article: The character of good man 409
    Article: On Brazenness and Immorality 410
    Article: What does Izzet-i nefs mean? 410
    Article: Friendship 411
    Article: Good people should be at the same time 411
    Article: Thinking about death and preparing for the hereafter 411
    Article: Avoiding one's soul 412
    Article: Fortune telling and materialism 412
    Article: Indignation 413
    Article: The importance of fear of God 413
    Article: Avoid haram 413
    Article: The state of the bad administrator 414
    Article: Riyâ ve Duâ 414
    Article: The Way To Be Mes'ud 414
    Article: Leaving the legitimate way even if times change 415
    Article: Diving into the world and not forgetting the hereafter 415
    Article: A country without justice 416
    Article: The evil of greed and greed 415
    Article: You have to earn your honor 416
    Article: Qualification of a true believer 417
    Article: Who is the noble and prominent? 417
    Article: Investigating faith and imitation of faith 418
    Article: Right and evidence 418
    Article: Reproach to the unwary old people 418
    Article: 419 on bribery
    Article: Embracing Sunnah 419
    Article: Scientists with knowledge 419
    Article: Clergy should not be self-interested 420
    Article: One should avoid minor sins 420
    Article: Having the tongue 421
    Article: Believers are brothers to each other 421
    Article: It is necessary to avoid ridicule and joke 421
    Article: Being Admitted 422
    Article: A life wasted 422
    Article: Praise of Mecca Sharif 423
    Article: Beware of dreams 423
    Article: Advice to a commander '423
    Article: Advice to patients 424
    Article: Avoiding forfeits and tefrit 424
    Article: Power and dexterity 425
    Article: Which sciences should he learn? 425
    Article: Do you love the world or the hereafter? 426
    Article: Bahil the rich and the cheeky beggar 426
    Article: O lazy! 427
    Article: A human nature 427
    Article: Deny rights 428
    Article: Taking care of parents and relatives 428
    Article: Man should be just and honest 429
    Article: Defeated old people 429
    Article: Science and ignorance 430
    Article: Prudence and avoidance of doubtful things in religion 430
    Article: About Gurbet 430
    Article: About Speaking 431
    Article: Thinking about others 431
    Article: The beauty of opinion 431
    Article: Smart and foolish people 432
    Article: Take it or leave it! 432
    Article: Man is human with his deeds and faith 432
    Article: Leave one word 432
    Article: Avoiding tongue wounds 432
    Article: Attaining the consent of Allah 433
    Article: Science and deeds 433
    Article: Who is faqih? 433
    Article: The brave scholar and flattering scholar 433
    Article: Meditate 434
    Article: This world is not a place of comfort 434
    Article: Being chaste and content 434
    Article: 434 on the cruel state processes
    Article: O no good! 435
    Article: How much more ?! 435
    Article: Useless science and useless deeds 435
    Article: Kadir Bilmezlik 435
    Article: What is this ambition for? 435
    Article: The one worthy of praise and thanks 430
    Article: Should not be long-term and short-term 436
    Article: Lovers of the world 436
    Article: This place is not safe 436
    Article: The issue of sustenance 436
    Article: Halal and haram earnings 437
    Article: Self-enemies 437
    Article: How daring you are! 437
    Article: 433 about women
    Article: Get ready to die 438
    Article: Ahde vefa 438
    Article 100: How are you ?! 438

    Contents 439
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