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In the centuries-old tradition of the great Sufi masters, Sheikh Muzaffer Ozak was an ecstatic poet whose voice, like those of Rumi and Kabir, carried the full force of conviction and experience. Ashki's Divan is modern poetry of faith, devotion and love, yet its roots reach back through the ages, finding their source in the life and times of the Prophet Muhammad.
Paperback, 168 pages
Published May 14th 1991 by PIR Publications
(first published 1991)
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Muzaffer Ozak was one of the head sheikhs of the Halveti-Jerrahi order of Dervishes, a traditional muslim Sufi order (tarika) from Istanbul (Turkey). In western countries he is well known because of his visits to Europe and the United States of America where he celebrated public dhikrs (Remembrance of God; in Turkish "zikrullah") with his dervishes. He is also well known in Turkey for his ...moreMore about Muzaffer Ozak...