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Hakim Sanai, "The Enclosed Garden of the Truth"
He died between and Sanai was a Sunni Muslim. Dedicated to Bahram Shah , the work expresses the poet's ideas on God, love, philosophy and reason. For close to years The Walled Garden of Truth has been consistently read as a classic and employed as a Sufi textbook. According to Major T. Love Ishq and a social conscience are for him the foundation of religion; mankind is asleep, living in a desolate world. To Sanai common religion was only habit and ritual.
The Walled Garden of Truth: The Hadiqa
Apply yourself, hand and foot, to the search; but when you reach the sea, stop talking of the stream. This heap of dust is mirage, where fire seems like water. The only thing worth reading is the some page introduction to Sofu poetry, but even then, it is overpriced.
Knowledge without serenity is an unlit candle; together they are honey-comb; honey without wax is a noble thing; wax without honey is only fit for burning. You have to realize that it is his guidance that keeps you on the path and not your own strength A Ruby there is just a piece of stone: When he returned to Lai-Khur, he was living as the Divine Self and he was ready to enter the garden. Everyone admits that death ends all troubles and tribulations of life. The sound of singing and the music and the dance — he had only heard it from outside, but he had to order the army to stop. Sanai had gained fame as the court poet of the Sultan of Ghazni, Bahramshah. The book has more than pages in total, paginated with Indo-Arabic numerals.