THE PLACE AND ROLE OF THE SUFI AND PHILOSOPHICAL ORDER OF THE NAQSHBANDI IN THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPING INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS OF THE TAJIK AND UZBEK PEOPLES
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 308-317
AbstractThe Sufi medal of Hadjgon, which was later known as the doctrine of Naqshbandiya, has left a great spiritual, scientific and literary heritage to the Islamic world and humanity in general during its almost nine centuries of history. Representatives of this doctrine, edifying lives of spiritual leaders and great thinkers, their views on religion and the world, on the universe and man, knowledge and enlightenment, and love, scientific and artistic works dedicated to different knowledge and themes occupy a peculiar place in the history of Islamic thinking. Even after the reign of Timurid, the doctrines of Naqshbandi remained a symbol of unity and friendship among the peoples of Central вAsia and continued to serve as a factor in the systematization of their daily way of life and education, enriching their spiritual world and literature. In Persian and Turkic poetry of the 17th-19th centuries, the ideas of Naqshbandiy were sung. The article briefly explores the role and place of the doctrines of Naqshbandiy as a religious and philosophical trend in the development of intercultural and interethnic relations between the peoples of Central Asia, partly Tajiks and Uzbeks.
Doctrines of Naqshbandi order Islam religion peace worldview Hadjigon Hadj Bahouddin Naqshband Hadj Porso Hadj Ahror Wali Central Asia Timurid rule Hanafiya theology intercultural relations interethnic relations Tolerance spiritual mentor Islamic philosophy religious and philosophical movement essence Turkic and Persian-speaking peoples of Central Asia Tajiks and Uzbeks national mentality way of life
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