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From Nishapur, Walad and his entourage set out for Baghdad, meeting many of the scholars and Sufis of the city. Hast thou ever seen one leaf of a (folding) door small and the other large, or a wolf mated with the lion of the jungle? This Marriage by Rumi ", "Interview: 'Many Americans Love Rumi...But They Prefer He Not Be Muslim, "Interview: A mystical journey with Rumi", "UNESCO. He also served as a Molvi (Islamic teacher) and taught his adherents in the madrassa. The centre for the Mevlevi was in Konya. Look, there is good in every fallen leaf. C.E. When Shams relented and returned to Konya the first time, Rumi, didn’t want to lose Shams again so he came up with an idea. They had 2 sons (both of whom died in childhood) and 4 daughters (only 1 outlived the Prophet) After her death he married 12 different women over the course of 13 years. But in the midst of all this, he was a bit of an exception. His various ghazals and four-line poems reflect different levels of his love for Shams. Rumi’s one son Amir Alim Chalabi and one daughter Malakhi Khatun were born here. آنچ اندر وهم ناید آن شوم [93] Rumi's poetry is displayed on the walls of many cities across Iran, sung in Persian music,[93] and read in school books.[94]. Rumi Jaffery Short Wiki Rumi Jaffery Picture. ed. I will become that which cannot come into the imagination, He was buried in Konya, and his shrine became a place of pilgrimage. The Book conveys the prophets' circumstances Shams-i Tabrīzī (Persian: شمس تبریزی ‎) or Shams al-Din Mohammad (1185–1248) was a Persian poet, who is credited as the spiritual instructor of Mewlānā Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhi, also known as Rumi and is referenced with great reverence in Rumi's poetic collection, in particular Diwan-i Shams-i Tabrīzī (The Works of Shams of Tabriz). Bahauddin was appointed the headmaster of the madrasa there. In the interpretation attributed to Shams, the first part of the verse commands the humanity to seek knowledge of tawhid (oneness of God), while the second instructs them to negate their own existence. He was a highly respected member of Konya’s society. In 1231 Rumi succeeded his late father as a religious teacher. Several years after the death of Shams Tabrizi, Rumi rekindled a close friendship with a goldsmith named Salauddin Jacob. [82], "I "sewed" my two eyes shut from [desires for] this world and the next – this I learned from Muhammad."[83]. [77] In regards to this, Rumi states: "The Light of Muhammad does not abandon a Zoroastrian or Jew in the world. Rumi, however, asserts the supremacy of Islam by stating: "The Light of Muhammad has become a thousand branches (of knowledge), a thousand, so that both this world and the next have been seized from end to end. It was this grief of losing him that turned Rumi’s life around. In the Mevlevi tradition, samāʿ represents a mystical journey of spiritual ascent through mind and love to the Perfect One. Seeing her dance, it seemed that she had gone to another world in the middle of the dance, she had no connection with the real world. As the then king of Konya was his student, he was often considered higher than the king. Then I will become non-existent; non-existence says to me (in tones) like an organ, She is not dating anyone currently. Rumi's works are written mostly in Persian, but occasionally he also used Turkish,[17] Arabic,[18] and Greek[19][20][21] in his verse. [108] The commemoration at UNESCO itself took place on 6 September 2007;[2] UNESCO issued a medal in Rumi's name in the hope that it would prove an encouragement to those who are engaged in research on and dissemination of Rumi's ideas and ideals, which would, in turn, enhance the diffusion of the ideals of UNESCO. Chopra, Iran Society, Kolkata (2007). Rumi probably met the philosopher ibn al-Arabi at Damascus. And during this migration, all the famous sages of that time started meeting Rumi. "[28] He was also known as "Mullah of Rum" (ملای روم mullā-yi Rūm or ملای رومی mullā-yi Rūmī).[29]. Indeed, it was so intense that when Tabrizi mysteriously disappeared, Rumi went in quest of him until he finally realized that the other whom he was seeking was, at … It was from these ideas that the practice of whirling Dervishes developed into a ritual form. The law also provided penalties for those who tried to re-establish the Orders. Background and early life. در شیوه‌ی عشق خویش و بیگانه یکی است Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī (Maulana), Ibrahim Gamard, Aḥmad of Niǧde's "al-Walad al-Shafīq" and the Seljuk Past, A.C.S. Rumi married and had a son, who later wrote his biography. Towards the end of 1247, Shams Tabrizi got married to a young woman who had been raised in Rumi’s household. Rumi Ringo’s Boyfriend Rumi Ringo is single. ", Virani, Shafique. How is it that a Persian boy born almost eight hundred years ago in Khorasan, the northeastern province of greater Iran, in a region that we identify today as Central Asia, but was considered in those days as part of the Greater Persian cultural sphere, wound up in Central Anatolia on the receding edge of the Byzantine cultural sphere, in which is now Turkey, من چه گویم وصف آن عالی‌جناب — نیست پیغمبر ولی دارد کتاب, مثنوی معنوی مولوی — هست قرآن در زبان پهلوی. Peacock, Anatolian Studies, Vol. Do not cast thy glance upon my golden face, for I have iron legs.[52]. Since his father was a famous ulama and jurist of that time, Rumi had the opportunity to acquire in-depth knowledge of various aspects of Islamic scriptures from an early age. At the next charge (forward) I will die to human nature, 60. Nonetheless, the depth of his spiritual vision extended beyond narrow understanding sectarian concerns. [98] The leadership of the order has been kept within Rumi's family in Konya uninterruptedly since then. "), Franklin Lewis, Rumi: Past and Present, East and West, Oneworld Publications, 2008 (revised edition). Once again I will become sacrificed from (the state of) the angel, [95][96] Contemporary classical interpretations of his poetry are made by Muhammad Reza Shajarian, Shahram Nazeri, Davood Azad (the three from Iran) and Ustad Mohammad Hashem Cheshti (Afghanistan). His father named him Jalal Uddin. He mingled with people of all levels. The term مولوی Mawlawī/Mowlavi (Persian) and Mevlevi (Turkish), also of Arabic origin, meaning "my master", is also frequently used for him. This biography needs to be treated with care as it contains both legends and facts about Rumi. Rumi was born to native Persian-speaking parents, originally from the Balkh, in present-day Afghanistan. There is a lot to understand and contain. [89] The English interpretations of Rumi's poetry by Coleman Barks have sold more than half a million copies worldwide,[90] and Rumi is one of the most widely read poets in the United States. Rumi was also overwhelmed when he met Shams Tabrizi. Rumi encouraged Sama, listening to music and turning or doing the sacred dance. Thus he waited for forty days and then after the black dress he announced the death of Shams Tabrizi. The use of its various metaphors and the variability of concepts often puzzle readers. مُردم از حیوانی و آدم شدم They finally settled in Karaman for seven years; Rumi's mother and brother both died there. He did not marry anyone else while he was married to her, they were married for 25 years untill her death in 619 AD. Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī (Persian: جلال‌الدین محمد رومی‎), also known as Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Balkhī (جلال‌الدین محمد بلخى), Mevlânâ/Mawlānā (مولانا, "our master"), Mevlevî/Mawlawī (مولوی, "my master"), and more popularly simply as Rumi (30 September 1207 – 17 December 1273), was a 13th-century Persian[10][1][11] poet, Hanafi faqih, Islamic scholar, Maturidi theologian, and Sufi mystic originally from Greater Khorasan in Greater Iran. گویدم که انا الیه راجعون‎. How it sings of separation...[51]. The Mewlewī order issues an invitation to people of all backgrounds: Come, come, whoever you are, but find it in the hearts of men. He is widely known by the sobriquet Mawlānā/Molānā[1][5] (Persian: مولانا‎ Persian pronunciation: [moulɒːnɒ]) in Iran and popularly known as Mevlânâ in Turkey. Shams Tabrizi was an unruly nomadic saint, whom people called a ‘bird’. Abū Abdirrahmān Bishr ibn Ghiyāth ibn Abī Karīma al-Marīsī al-Baghdādī (, Abū Muḥāmmad (Abū’l-Hākem) Heshām ibn Sālem al-Jawālikī al-, Abū Mūsā Isā ibn Subeyh (Sabīh) al-Murdār al-Bāsrī (Murdārīyya), Hīshām ibn Amr al-Fuwātī ash-Shaybānī (Hīshāmīyya), Abū Sahl Abbād ibn Sulaimān (Salmān) as-Sāymarī, Abū’l-Hūsayn Abdūrrāhīm ibn Muḥāmmad ibn Uthmān al-Hayyāt (Hayyātīyya), Abū Amr Ḍirār ibn Amr al-Gatafānī al-Kūfī (Ḍirārīyya), Abū ʿAbdillāh al-Husayn ibn Muḥāmmad ibn ʿAbdillāh an-Najjār ar-Rāzī, Abū ʿAbdallāh Ibnū’z-Zā‘farānī (Zā‘farānīyya), Abū ʿAbdillāh Muḥāmmad ibn Karrām ibn Arrāk ibn Huzāba ibn al-Barā’ as-Sijjī, Haisamīyya (Abū ʿAbdallāh Muhammad ibn al-Haisam), Ishāqīyya (Abū Yaʿqūb Ishāq ibn Mahmashādh), Tarā'ifīyya (Ahmad ibn ʿAbdūs at-Tarā'ifī), Abū Abdillāh Mugīre ibn Sāīd al-ʿIjlī el-Bajalī, Abū Amr (Abū Mu‘tamīr) Muāmmar ibn Abbād as-Sūlamī, Abū Sahl Bīshr ibn al-Mu‘tamīr al-Hilālī al-Baghdādī, Abū Hāshīm Abdu’s-Salām ibn Muḥāmmad ibn Abdi’l-Wahhāb al-Jubbā'ī, Abū’l-Huzayl Muḥāmmad ibn al-Huzayl ibn Abdillāh al-Allāf al-Abdī al-Bāsrī, Abū Ma‘n Sūmāma ibn Ashras an-Nūmayrī al-Bāsrī al-Baghdādī, Abū Bakr Muḥāmmad ibn Abdillāh ibn Shabīb al-Basrī, Abū’l-Kāsīm Abdullāh ibn Ahmad ibn Māhmūd al-Balhī al-Kā‘bī, This page was last edited on 1 December 2020, at 00:19. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Brill, 2009. Τα Ιστορικά 10.18–19: 3–22. If anyone quotes anything except this from my sayings, Dedes, D. 1993. It’s not just that you’re gone, it’s with you.” My eyes are gone too. However, their home was not in the actual city of Balkh, since the mid-eighth century a center of Muslim culture in (Greater) Khorasan (Iran and Central Asia). Which had a profound effect on Rumi’s adolescence and he became fascinated with the mystery. ), Banknote Museum: 7. For Rumi, music helped devotees to focus their whole being on the divine and to do this so intensely that the soul was both destroyed and resurrected. "(Franklin Lewis, "Rumi: Past and Present, East and West: The Life, Teachings and Poetry of Jalal al-Din Rumi," One World Publication Limited, 2008, p. 315). In truth, the pearly verse of the poem combines the Canon Law of Islam (sharīʿa) with the Sufi Path (ṭarīqa) and the Divine Reality (ḥaqīqa); the author’s [Rūmī] achievement belongs to God in his bringing together of the Law (sharīʿa), the Path, and the Truth in a way that includes critical intellect, profound thought, a brilliant natural temperament, and integrity of character that is endowed with power, insight, inspiration, and illumination. After Salah ud-Din's death, Rumi's scribe and favourite student, Hussam-e Chalabi, assumed the role of Rumi's companion. 1993. But when Rumi was devastated by this incident, his eldest son Sultan Walad was forced to bring him back to Konya. In 1225, Rumi married Gowhar Khatun in Karaman. [34] Rumi expresses his appreciation: "Attar was the spirit, Sanai his eyes twain, And in time thereafter, Came we in their train"[35] and mentions in another poem: "Attar has traversed the seven cities of Love, We are still at the turn of one street". 47:19). His father's friend Burhan al-Din arrived and for nine years taught Rumi Sufism. He called Husam al-Chelebi “Dia al-Haq.” Which meant ‘lamp of truth’. His father's friend Burhan al-Din arrived and for nine years taught Rumi Sufism. His first marriage was to Gawhar (“Pearl”), whom he had known since childhood. The voice then said, "The one you seek is Jalal ud-Din of Konya." Mawlānā (مولانا‎) is a term of Arabic origin, meaning "our master". That is why it is not possible to tie Jalal Uddin Muhammad Rumi to any particular race or group, because he speaks to the hearts of people all over the world, and he feels everything with his heart. [97] His first successor in the rectorship of the order was "Husam Chalabi" himself, after whose death in 1284 Rumi's younger and only surviving son, Sultan Walad (died 1312), popularly known as author of the mystical Maṭnawī Rabābnāma, or the Book of the Rabab was installed as grand master of the order. One of Baha' ud-Din's students, Sayyed Burhan ud-Din Muhaqqiq Termazi, continued to train Rumi in the Shariah as well as the Tariqa, especially that of Rumi's father. by Amin Banani and Anthony A. Lee, p. 3, harvnb error: no target: CITEREFLewis2000 (, Eliza Tasbihi, "Sabzawārī’s Sharḥ-i Asrār: A Philosophical Commentary on Rūmī’s Mathnawī" in. He achieved Graduated from the st. xavier’s college, university of mumbai degree. Shamsu 'd-din of Tabriz. 106–115), Franklin D. Lewis, Rumi: Past and Present, East and West: The Life, Teaching, and Poetry of Jalâl al-Din Rumi, rev. [85], One of the greatest living authorities on Rûmî in Persia today, Hâdî Hâ'irî, has shown in an unpublished work that some 6,000 verses of the Dîwân and the Mathnawî are practically direct translations of Qur'ânic verses into Persian poetry. So that I may lift up (my) head and wings (and soar) among the angels, In 1226, Alauddin Kaikobad, the ruler of Anatolia, invited Bahauddin and his family to Konya, Anatolia, and asked them to stay. Baha' ud-Din became the head of a madrassa (religious school) and when he died, Rumi, aged twenty-five, inherited his position as the Islamic molvi. (2008). The sorrows grew bigger and bigger, sorrow was born. Here’s a collection of some of the most meaningful and beautiful Rumi love quotes. (Franklin Lewis, "Rumi: Past and Present, East and West: The Life, Teachings and Poetry of Jalal al-Din Rumi," One World Publication Limited, 2008). (2008): "“a couple of dozen at most of the 35,000 lines of the Divan-I Shams are in Turkish, and almost all of these lines occur in poems that are predominantly in Persian”". The marriage produced two male children, Baha al-Din Muhammad-i Walad (popularly known as Sultan Walad) and Ala-eddin Chalabi. [106] According to Annemarie Schimmel, the tendency among Shia authors to anachronistically include leading mystical poets such as Rumi and Attar among their own ranks, became stronger after the introduction of Twelver Shia as the state religion in the Safavid Empire in 1501.[107]. Byzantinische Zeitschrift 4: 401–411. Everything perishes except His Face, Because he could not stay in one place for long and be common, he could be seen in two places at the same time, so that it seemed that he could fly or change his position in the blink of an eye. [81], I am the servant of the Qur'an as long as I have life. There is also a Mewlewī monastery (درگاه, dargāh) in Istanbul near the Galata Tower in which the samāʿ is performed and accessible to the public. there with the spirits of the prophets merge. I have never become less from dying. But later when he became the famous Maulana and poet of Anatolia in Rome, he became known as Maulana and Rumi. By this time (c. 1228 CE), Rumi had been married twice and had three sons and a daughter. Rumi married Gawhar Khatun in 1225 while he was in Karaman during the Hijrah. Δέδες, Δ. Hadi Sabzavari, one of Iran's most important 19th-century philosophers, makes the following connection between the Masnavi and Islam, in the introduction to his philosophical commentary on the book: It is a commentary on the versified exegesis [of the Qur’ān] and its occult mystery, since all of it [all of the Mathnawī] is, as you will see, an elucidation of the clear verses [of the Qur’ān], a clarification of prophetic utterances, a glimmer of the light of the luminous Qur’ān, and burning embers irradiating their rays from its shining lamp. Rumi and his mausoleum were depicted on the reverse of the 5000 Turkish lira banknotes of 1981–1994.[92]. He believed that it was not possible to find a mosque or a church in search of the Creator, but to seek the Creator in one’s own heart. [86], The Sufi is hanging on to Muhammad, like Abu Bakr.[87]. But he did not catch Rumi because he was too young. One of them was Aisha, she was 9 when he married her. Franklin Lewis: "On the question of Rumi's multilingualism (pp. See for example 4th grade Iranian school book where the story of the Parrot and Merchant from the Mathnawi is taught to students, Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, "UNESCO: 800th Anniversary of the Birth of Mawlana Jalal-ud-Din Balkhi-Rumi", "Why is Rumi the best-selling poet in the US? Bosworth, E. van Donzel and W.P. “. Your email address will not be published. People and his relatives often call him Rumi. So, he said, “I was looking for the Creator. Sometimes he hears the sound of a shepherd’s flute, sometimes he hears the sound of a drum, sometimes he hears the sound of a goldsmith’s hammer. Rumi's teachings also express the tenets summarized in the Quranic verse which Shams-e Tabrizi cited as the essence of prophetic guidance: "Know that ‘There is no god but He,’ and ask forgiveness for your sin" (Q. Seyyed Hossein Nasr, "Rumi and the Sufi Tradition," in Chelkowski (ed. At the age of 18, on their way to Mecca, they were met at Nishapur by the famous Persian spiritual poet Attar. "This is the book of the Masnavi, and it is the roots of the roots of the roots of the (Islamic) Religion and it is the Explainer of the Qur'ân."[84]. 634 (FB 5–6 n.3). In the West Shahram Shiva has been teaching, performing and sharing the translations of the poetry of Rumi for nearly twenty years and has been instrumental in spreading Rumi's legacy in the English-speaking parts of the world. Rumi married at the age of eighteen. And this is how the famous ‘Sufi Dance’ or ‘Summer’ started with the hands of Sultan Walid and not Rumi. On 13 December 1925, a law was passed closing all the tekkes (dervish lodges) and zāwiyas (chief dervish lodges), and the centres of veneration to which visits (ziyārat) were made. Ποιήματα του Μαυλανά Ρουμή. Emission Group—Five Thousand Turkish Lira—. Rumi also spoke in Masnavi about his love for Shams Tabrizi, Salauddin Jacob and Husam al-Chelebi. He was born either in Wakhsh,[4] a village on the Vakhsh River in present-day Tajikistan,[4] or in the city of Balkh, in present-day Afghanistan. Death. Jalâluddîn Rumi was born in 1207 in Balkh Persia in what is today Afghanistan. [100] The music accompanying the samāʿ consists of settings of poems from the Maṭnawī and Dīwān-e Kabīr, or of Sultan Walad's poems. In 1225, Rumi married Gowhar Khatun in Karaman. I died to the mineral state and became a plant, If one of the shoes is too tight for the foot, the pair of them is of no use to thee. His epitaph reads: When we are dead, seek not our tomb in the earth, Rumi's work has been translated into many of the world's languages, including Russian, German, Urdu, Turkish, Arabic, Bengali, French, Italian, and Spanish, and is being presented in a growing number of formats, including concerts, workshops, readings, dance performances, and other artistic creations. The claim of maternal descent from the Khwarazmshah for Rumi or his father is also seen as a non-historical hagiographical tradition designed to connect the family with royalty, but this claim is rejected for chronological and historical reasons. But not everyone could take this excess of Rumi’s association with Shams Tabrizi well. Shortly after his death, Rumi succeeded him at the age of 25, and gradually he became known as Maulvi Sahib or Maulana Sahib. This meeting had a deep impact on the eighteen-year-old Rumi and later on became the inspiration for his works. Rumi cared for Shams, not just because he helped Rumi attain self-realization and ascension, but by immortalizing Shams he perpetuated Shams' transformative energy for all seekers in the world. May the shade of his good fortune shine upon everyone! As such, there are a number of historical personages born in or associated with Anatolia known as Rumi, a word borrowed from Arabic literally meaning 'Roman,' in which context Roman refers to subjects of the Byzantine Empire or simply to people living in or things associated with Anatolia. What can I say in praise of that great one? [30], Rumi was born to native Persian-speaking parents,[17][18][31] originally from the Balkh, in present-day Afghanistan. those fish of the pure sea of Majesty. 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On 1 May 1228, most likely as a result of the insistent invitation of 'Ala' ud-Din The most important influences upon Rumi, besides his father, were the Persian poets Attar and Sanai. Rumi married Gawhar Khatun in 1225 while he was in Karaman during the Hijrah. Rumi married and had a son, who later wrote his biography. "ḎJalāl al- Dīn Rūmī b. Bahāʾ al-Dīn Sulṭān al-ʿulamāʾ Walad b. Ḥusayn b. Aḥmad Ḵhaṭībī ." Edited by: P. Bearman, Th. Rumi’s one son Amir Alim Chalabi and one daughter Malakhi Khatun … He himself went out searching for Shams and journeyed again to Damascus. Rumi never knew about this incident in his lifetime. In December 1273, Rumi fell ill; he predicted his own death and composed the well-known ghazal, which begins with the verse: How doest thou know what sort of king I have within me as companion? On September 30, 1206, a small child was born to Sultan ul Ulama, Baha Uddin Walad, and Muimina Khatun in the city of Balkh (present-day Afghanistan) on the Anatolian Peninsula. With the foundation of the modern, secular Republic of Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk removed religion from the sphere of public policy and restricted it exclusively to that of personal morals, behaviour and faith. Istanbul alone had more than 250 tekkes as well as small centres for gatherings of various fraternities; this law dissolved the Sufi Orders, prohibited the use of mystical names, titles and costumes pertaining to their titles, impounded the Orders' assets, and banned their ceremonies and meetings. During Ottoman times, the Mevlevi produced a number of notable poets and musicians, including Sheikh Ghalib, Ismail Rusuhi Dede of Ankara, Esrar Dede, Halet Efendi, and Gavsi Dede, who are all buried at the Galata Mewlewī Khāna (Turkish: Mevlevi-Hane) in Istanbul. آن را که شراب وصل جانان دادند Franklin D. Lewis, Rumi: Past and Present, East and West: The Life, Teaching, and Poetry of Jalâl al-Din Rumi, rev. p. 314: “The Foruzanfar’s edition of the Divan-e Shams compromises 3229 ghazals and qasidas making a total of almost 35000 lines, not including several hundred lines of stanzaic poems and nearly two thousand quatrains attributed to him”, Mecdut MensurOghlu: “The Divan of Jalal al-Din Rumi contains 35 couplets in Turkish and Turkish-Persian which have recently been published me” (Celal al-Din Rumi’s turkische Verse: UJb. "[56] Rumi's longing and desire to attain this ideal is evident in the following poem from his book the Masnavi:[57], از جمادی مُردم و نامی شدم پارسی گو گرچه تازی خوشتر است — عشق را خود صد زبان دیگر است, Say it in Persian although in Arabic sounds better—Love, however, has its own many other dialects, These cultural, historical and linguistic ties between Rumi and Iran have made Rumi an iconic Iranian poet, and some of the most important Rumi scholars including Foruzanfar, Naini, Sabzewari, etc., have come from modern Iran. He was buried in Konya next to his father. Shahram Shiva asserts that "Rumi is able to verbalise the highly personal and often confusing world of personal growth and development in a very clear and direct fashion. وز نما مُردم به حیوان برزدم 47–49. "ḎJ̲alāl al-Dīn Rūmī b. Bahāʾ al-Dīn Sulṭān al-ʿulamāʾ Walad b. Ḥusayn b. Aḥmad Ḵh̲aṭībī." Heinrichs. The mother of Rumi was Mu'mina Khātūn. According to hagiographical account which is not agreed upon by all Rumi scholars, Rumi encountered one of the most famous mystic Persian poets, Attar, in the Iranian city of Nishapur, located in the province of Khorāsān. He was laid to rest beside his father, and over his remains a shrine was erected. Required fields are marked *. He is most commonly called Rumi in English. Rumi believed passionately in the use of music, poetry and dance as a path for reaching God. He was a high-ranking dignitary in Konya. His family and high-ranking members of society continue to think that Rumi’s ‘disgrace’ is happening because of his association with Shams Tabrizi. 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Bianquis, C.E. When the Mongols invaded Central Asia sometime between 1215 and 1220, Baha ud-Din Walad, with his whole family and a group of disciples, set out westwards.

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