Mazar-i-Sharif

The shrine of Prophet Mohammad(S) son-in-law Hazrat Ali in Mazar-i-sharif /Foto:sufi-braunschweig.de.tl, Foto:afghanistannow

The huge compound is composed from a lot of buildings and is something extraordinary in Afghanistan. There is nice corner for holy white doves and is legend that ordinary pigeon turns white in the compound.
This well restored and most relaxed holy place is similar to famous architecture of Samarkand complex dated back to 15th century. Inside the shrine compound you can see whole families with children. We can organize a trip in this beutiful city in nord Afghanistan for our guest.

The world famous Sufi mystic,Philosoph and poet Mevlana JalaludinMohammad Balkhi/Rumi + His tomb

 

 

Jalaluddin Rumi was born on September 30, 1207 in the provice Balkh of Afghanistan with the capital city of Mazar-i Sharif. He moved from Balkh with his father until his death in 17 December 1273 to Anatolia in the wake of the Mongol invasion in 1219 in Afghanistan. He became known as Rumi, meaning from Rome, once the base of the eastern Roman empire. He is more popularly in the English-speaking world simply as Rumi.
“Are you seeking too the wisdom of this world?
I looked at the cross of the Christians, but it was not there. I went into the temple of the Hindus and to the old pagodas, I went to the Kaaba in Mecca and the synagogues, but nowhere I found a trace of wisdom. I searched on the mountains and in valleys, but neither in the height nor the lowlands I found it. I asked the scholars and philosophers, but it was beyond their comprehension.
As I looked into my heart: And there I saw it.”

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