Rumi’s Tomb

I believe is Rumi’s philosophy it’s look real and practical to me so I decided to visit the Rumi Tomb in my quest of seeking my self. I have visited Rumi’s Tomb in January of 2020 and when I entered inside the shrine, I felt very Rumi in me. The mystic poet Rumi’s Tomb lie-down in Konya, city Turkey.  Rumi’s full name was Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi and he was a Persian Sufi mystic. People use to call him Mevlâna or Rumi.

Rumi”s Tomb

The Sejluk sultan had invited Rumi to Konya city and offered him his rose garden to stay. Rumi stayed in the rose garden for the rest of his life and guided Sultan Alladin threw his life. Rumi died at the age of 66 and was buried in this rose garden only. Mystic poet Rumi’s tomb in Turkey is shrine museum now and opens for all tourists to belong to any faith. Photography is allow inside the complex.

Exterior

Exterior Rumi's Tomb
Rumi’s Tomb: Exterior

Beside the the Rumi’s tomb there is a Sufi museum in same compound. Inside the museum there are many statues of Sufis in the replica of their daily life at that time. They look so real you get amaze for some movement to differentiate that they are statues.

Museum

Museum Rumi's Tomb
Rumi’s Tomb: Museum

Mostly Rumi’s works has written in Persian,but occasionally he also used Turkish, Arabic and Greek in his verse. Rumi has composed his greatest poem of all the time in Konya city. people read his works today widely in their original language across Iran and the Persian-speaking world.

Interior

 Interior Rumi's Tomb
Rumi’s Tomb: Interior

Translations of his works are very popular, most notably in Turkey, Azerbaijan, the United States, and South Asia. Rumi’s poetry has influenced not only  Persian literature but also the literary traditions of the Ottoman Turkish, Chagatai, Urdu and Pashto languages.

How to reach:

If you want to go to by air, there are many direct flight from Istanbul to Konya. One can you by train or by bus also. Konya is well connected with Air, Bus and train. If you chose bus or train it will take a little long to reach Konya, but you can enjoy the land scape of Turkey. So it is up to what kind of traveller you are.

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