Analysis the Image of the Prophet (PBUH) in the Poetry of the Seventh Century, Relying on the Poems of Mawlawi, Attar and Iraqi


  • anahita Journal
  • Vahide Dolatyari
  • Nasir Mohseni nia


Prophet, Persian Poetry, Seventh Century, Mongol Attack, Ibn Arabi’s Mysticis


Praise and eulogy have always been considered in the Persian language, and poets have long praised and glorified the great men of religion in their poems, and thus have blessed and adorned their works and poems with their names. In the meantime, the illustrations that can be seen in the poems of the poets of the Prophet of Islam, Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), have a special prominence due to their special place among the people. These illustrations have been different in different centuries and according to the political and social conditions prevailing in that period. In this article, an attempt has been made to examine the image of the Prophet (PBUH) in the seventh century and in the poems of mystical poets such as Rumi, Attar and Iraqis, and the position of religion and especially the Prophet (PBUH) in this period due to bad conditions. After the Mongol invasion and the spread of mysticism, a society can be better represented by Ibn Arabi. The results of this research show that the images of the Prophet (PBUH) seen in the works of poets in the seventh century are completely mystical and are the result of suffocation and frustration caused by the bad social conditions of that time.