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The Message of Moulana Rumi
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Previous Event:

UNESCO Moulana Congress

Tehran and Tabriz
October 2007

 

Fatima Fleur Nassery Bonnin speaking at the Unesco Moulana Congress in Tehran and Tabriz.
The title of her talk was "Eshq and Ubbudiyyat" ("Love and Servanthood" )

 

The International Congress on Rumi was Iran's main celebration of the 800th anniversary of the birth of the Persian poet Moulana Jalaluddin Rumi. The conference was held in Tehran on 28 - 29 October 2007 and then continued for three more days in Tabriz and Khoy to commemorate Rumi's pir, Shams al-din Tabrizi.

The conference was organized into seven sessions, which reflected the diversity of Rumi's thought. The seven sessions were: Philosophy and Wisdom; Religion and Mysticism; Rumi in the Contemporary World; Rumi Beyond Borders; Art and Aesthetics; The Art of Storytelling and Language and Literature.

The conference was opened with speeches delivered by the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Speaker of the Parliament and the Minister of Guidance, as well as a number of well-known Scholars from Iran and abroad. Of 450 abstracts and papers submitted, 170 were selected from Iran and around the world, with approximately 200 scholars participating in the conference. From Australia, Fatima Fleur Nassery Bonnin was invited to talk in the Philosophy and Wisdom sessions and spoke on "Moulana Rumi, Love and Servanthood". Other speakers at the conference included, Lucien W. Stone, U.S.A., Nasrollah Pourjavady, Iran, Alice Hunsberger, U.S.A, Akira Matsumoto, Japan, Javid Iqbal, Pakistan, Alan Godlas, U.S.A., Paul Ballanfat, France and Annabel Keeler, UK

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