عنوان مقاله [English]
The use of arrays is one of the beautifying elements in Persian poetry and art. The origins and sources of Iranian culture have long been full of beliefs, principles, popular opinions, ancient sciences, ethnic, global, trans-global and common cultures, whose extracts have been crystallized in the works of poets and artists with the element of allusion and simile. The Koli-at of Shams, considering Rumi's familiarity with the Holy Qur'an, contains verses and characters of the Qur'an and its stories and beholds many allusions including stories, legends, allusions, verses and hadiths. Iconography contains many similes and religious themes and the Qajar period is one of the flourishing periods of religious iconography. The findings of this research, which was conducted in a library and descriptive research method, demonstrate that Rumi has used various allusions in his work six allusions of verses and hadiths, Islamic and Arabic allusions, Iranian and common allusions, religious allusions, popular allusions, rare and tolerant allusions.
1. Explaining and extracting the allusions of Shams Tabrizi's poetry.
2. Examining the simile element in Qajar religious iconography and comparing it with the allusion in Shams Tabrizi's Ghazaliats.
1. How are the types of allusions reflected in Shams's poetry?
2. What similes were used in the religious iconography of the Qajar period?