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Mowlana, the most eminent Iranian mystic of the seventh century, before frequenting extraordinary figures such as Shams Tabrizi,Salah al-Din Zarkub, and Hosam al- Din Chelebi enjoyed a wide reputation and had a high stature among people. He had many disciples dedicated to him heart and soul. However, after meeting with Shams he was transformed and never recovered to his normal self, although later on Salah al-Din Zarkub, and Hosam al-Din Chelebi to a certain extent filled his place.
This article is mainly concerned with the impact of this spiritual figure on the richness of the Persian Literature drawing upon Mowlana’s words regarding him interesting points worth contemplating are illustrated.