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truth-worshippers of Kurdistan

Vladimir Alekseevich Ivanov

truth-worshippers of Kurdistan

Ahl-i haqq texts edited in the original Persian and analysed by W. Ivanow.

by Vladimir Alekseevich Ivanov

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Published by E.J. Brill in Leiden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ahli-i ḥaqq

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesThe Ismaili Society series A, no. 7
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP195 A4 I8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination246,202p.
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14064211M

    The Truth-Worshippers of Kurdistan: Ahl-i Haqq Texts, Leiden: Brill, Jansky, H. "Zeitgeschichtliches in den Liedern des Bektasi-Dichters Pir Sultan Abdal." Der Islam 39 (): See above chapter 8 of this book on religious hierarchy; Stead, “The Ali Ilahi Sect,” and Ivanow, Truth-Worshippers, See chapter 8 of this book on religious hierarchy. Molyneux-Seel, “Journey in Dersim,” White, “Alevi Turks,” See chapters of this book.

      Unlike many major religions, the Cult facks a divinely inspired, sin le holy book. In fact the avatars of the fact such a book would have been out of place, given the multiplicity of the avatars of the Spirit, and the fact that revelation and reincarnation are an on-going affair in this regenerative religion. In , Wladimir Ivanow published some original texts representing the teaching of the Ahl-i Haqq in the Ismaili Society Series under the title of The Truth-worshippers of Kurdistan. Ahl-i Haqq texts. There he provides the English translation and narrations of the texts.

    A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Thomas Mcelwain. [29] Tadhkira'i A'la-, (Ahl-I Haqq Creation Story) as found in "The Truth-Worshippers of Kurdistan: Ahl-i Haqq Texts" edited in the original Persian and analyzed by W. Ivanow, Leiden, Holland: E. J. Brill, [30] "Yârsânism" Religions in Kurdistan.


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The truth-worshippers of Kurdistan by Vladimir Alekseevich Ivanov; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Ahli-i ḥaqq. The Truth-Worshippers of Kurdistan, Ahl-i Haqq Texts (Leiden: E.

Brill, ), 1. 3 A very recent instance of this occurred in spring truth-worshippers of Kurdistan book in a national television program, a popular religious character condemned the Ahl-i Haqq dogmas and invited their youth to rise against their fathers’ archaic beliefs and become true by: The Truth Worshippers of Kurdistan.

Ismaili Society Series A, 7. Leiden: Brill, xv and and pp. [Ten illustrations. Ahl-i Haqq texts, pp. ] MB: reads; Tweet. Back to top. Book Reading Room. Article Reading Room. Bibliographies.

Similar links. The First Aga Khan and the British,A Study in British. page note 1 See Ivanow, Truth-worshippers of Kurdistan book Truth-worshippers of Kurdistan,pp. 34 ff., where the Mithraic parallel to the Ahl i Haqq texts is adduced.

page note 2 Ivanow, op. cit. page note 3. Buy The truth-worshippers of Kurdistan;: Ahl-i haqq texts edited in the original Persian and analysed by W. Ivanow (The Ismaili Society series, A) by Ivanov, Vladimir Alekseevich (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Vladimir Alekseevich Ivanov. The followers of Yârsânism, also known as the Yârisân, Aliullâhi, Ali-llâhi (i.e., “those who deify Ali”), Alihaq, Ahl-i Haqq (“the People of Truth”) or Ahl-i Haq (“the People of the Spirit” [Hâk or Haqj), Sha Ytânparass (devil-worshippers), Nusayri (“the Nazarenes,” i.e., Christians), etc- are concentrated in southern Kurdistan in both Iran and Iraq.

The Shabak and the Kakais are two of the many heterodox communities in Iraqi Kurdistan. They probably emerged as distinct ethnic groups around the 16th century, against the background of Ottornan-Safavid rivalries in the region.

Recently, they have had an ambiguous position amidst the. Ivanow, W. (), The Truth-Worshippers of Kurdistan: Ahl-i Haqq Texts, Leiden. Kreyenbroek, Ph.G. (), ‘Mithra and Ahreman, Binyāmīn and Malak Tāwūs: traces of an ancient myth in the cosmogonies of two modern sects’ in: Gignoux (ed.), Recurrent Patterns in Iranian Religions: from Mazdaizm to Sufism, Paris.

Omarkhali, Kh. There is another Lachin in Iranian province of Kurdistan, near the capital of Mehabad, in which the great modern Kurdish poet Hêmin () was born.

In any event, Mamedov refers to the book entitled Modern Iran which mentions the Khallajs as a Kurdish group []. T HE WORLD-FAMOUS Islamic Sûfî poet Mevlana Jalaluddin Rūmī () writes: “Woman is the radiance of God; she is not your beloved.

She is the Creator—you could say that she is not created.” 37 This paper calls attention to an unexpected and little explored fact of immense significance in Islam: at the center of Islam abides the Divine : The Girl God. Welcome to F.I.E.L.D.- the First Ismaili Electronic Library and Database.

Guests are not required to login during this beta-testing phase. 1 The jibrailiyya is the declaration that the archangel Gabriel made about Imam ‘Ali during the battle of Khaybar.

2 Before moving towards the three main themes of this article it is necessary to stress that one cannot take the terms ‘Sikh’ and ‘Shi'a’ for by: 1.

Yazidi & Ahl-e Haqq religions in Iran: by: Philip G. Kreyenbroek Encyclopedia Iranica: Page 1 of 1: The many similarities shared by these two religious groups do not extend to their festivals. The Yazidis have a relatively large number of festivals, which are the only occasions when communities gather for.

2"~hl-i Haqq" is generally used by Sufis to refer to themselves, and here haqq has a wider implica- tion than "truth," as it denotes God in His attribute of Ultimate Truth. It appears that the term was also used by Persian Nizari Ismacilis; see W. Ivanow, The Truth-Worshippers of Kurdistan, Ahl-i Haqq Texts (Leiden: E.

Brill, ), 1. Full text of "Sultan Sahak: Founder of the Ahl-i Haqq" Translated by W. lvanow and incorporated in his book The Truth-Worshippers of Kurdistan. Leiden: E. Brill, Taylor, W. The History of Muhammedanism and Its Sects.

London: John W. Parker, Religion in Kurdistan. The infusion of an Indo-European (Iranic) language, culture, and genetic element into the Kurdish population over the two millennia preceding the Christian era also entailed the incorporation of Aryan religious practices and deities into indigenous Kurdish faith(s).

Sultan Sahak is buried near the village of Shaykhan on the river Servan (Diyala), not far from Perdivar. Minorsky, who visited the site ingives a vivid description of the location of the sanctuary and some of the rituals associated with it (5).

An episode about Sultan Sahak which I have not found in any other source is related by Adjarian. THE KHANDA AND THE DHULFIQAR: Sikh–Shi'a parallelisms and crossings in history and text, concept of the Divine Guide and sacred chivalry Article in Sikh Formations 2(2) December.

On New Year’s eve in southern and eastern Kurdistan bonfires are lit to symbolize the passing of the dark season, winter, and the advent of spring, the season of light (see ČAHĀRŠANBA-SŪRĪ; Ayyūbīān, pp. ). A carnival mood prevails, as children go from house to .The Truth-worshippers of Kurdistan, Ahl-i-haqq texts, edited in the original Persian and analysed by W.

Ivanow, - @ () avec Wladimir Ivanow () comme Éditeur scientifique Brief survey of the evolution of Ismailism ().may be conditioned by the Christian influence (see W. Ivanow, The Truth- Worshippers of Kurdistan, Leiden, 56). Brill, Leiden, Iran and the Caucasus,