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Nevit O. Ergin

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Sufism

14 Commercial Blvd. Suite 101

Novato, California,94949

United States

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The Sufism Symposium is an annual international gathering of Sufis from around the world who join together for a weekend of unity, peace, and harmony.... more

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Book Author Dr. Nevit O. Ergin

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Dr. Nevit O. Ergin
Dr. Nevit Ergin is a retired surgeon who practiced for more than thirty years. He has been a student of Sufism for more than fifty years, and has published sixteen volumes of Rumi's Divan-i-Kebir. He lives in San Mateo, California.


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In this episode you will be glad to listen to Dr. Nevit Ergin.
Dr. Ergin is the man who has translated into English the 44,000 verses of the Divan-i-Kebir from the poet and Sufi Jalalluddin Rumi. Dr. Ergin trained and worked as a surgeon in his professional life. He now works solely to bring Rumi’s works and teaching to a wide audience. He says “Understanding the message of love in Rumi is our last hope to avoid nuclear winter.†Please go to the website for the “Society for Understanding Mevlana†at sfumevlana.org for more information about Dr. Ergin’s work. You’ll find an excellent set of posts on many topics. The content of the conversation is excellent as Dr. Ergin covers many topics ranging from the Itlak path of Sufism that he was initiated into by Hasan Shushud to aspects of Rumi’s life. Dr. Nevit O. Ergin, a Turkish-born surgeon, is the original translator of Rumi’s 44,829 verses of the Divan-i Kebir into English. He has been a student of Sufism and the poetry of Rumi since 1955. Nevit spent 35 years translating the divan (or anthology) from the Turkish version prepared by Golpinarli, one of the most important Turkish scholars and an admirer of Rumi. Dr. Ergin emigrated first to Canada and later to the United States to pursue post-graduate medical work. He founded The Society for Understanding Mevlana in 1992. Dr. Ergin currently resides in San Mateo, Northern California, in a little house called a Rumi Sanctuary.


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the idiotplayers podcast 07: Dr. Nevit Ergin
In this episode you will be glad to listen to Dr. Nevit Ergin. Dr. Ergin is the man who has translated into English the 44,000 verses of the Divan-i-Kebir from the poet and Sufi Jalalluddin Rumi. Dr. Ergin trained and worked as a surgeon in his professional life. He now works solely to bring Rumi's works and teaching to a wide audience. He says "Understanding the message of love in Rumi is our last hope to avoid nuclear winter. Please go to the website for the "Society for Understanding Mevlana" at sfumevlana.org for more information about Dr. Ergin's work. You'll find an excellent set of posts on many topics. The content of the conversation is excellent as Dr. Ergin covers many topics ranging from the Itlak path of Sufism that he was initiated into by Hasan Shushud to aspects of Rumi's life. I cannot imagine that there is anyone better qualified at this time to speak to these topics. I apologize for the recorded quality of the first 12 minutes or so of Dr. Ergin's conversation. Dr. Nevit O. Ergin, a Turkish-born surgeon, is the original translator of Rumi's 44,829 verses of the Divan-i Kebir into English. He has been a student of Sufism and the poetry of Rumi since 1955. Nevit spent 35 years translating the divan (or anthology) from the Turkish version prepared by Golpinarli, one of the most important Turkish scholars and an admirer of Rumi. Dr. Ergin emigrated first to Canada and later to the United States to pursue post-graduate medical work. He founded The Society for Understanding Mevlana in 1992. Dr. Ergin currently resides in San Mateo, Northern California, in a little house called a Rumi Sanctuary. Review of "Tales of a Modern Sufi" by Nevit Ergin


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the idiotplayers podcast 07: Dr. Nevit Ergin
In this episode you will be glad to listen to Dr. Nevit Ergin. Dr. Ergin is the man who has translated into English the 44,000 verses of the Divan-i-Kebir from the poet and Sufi Jalalluddin Rumi. Dr. Ergin trained and worked as a surgeon in his professional life. He now works solely to bring Rumi's works and teaching to a wide audience. He says "Understanding the message of love in Rumi is our last hope to avoid nuclear winter. Please go to the website for the "Society for Understanding Mevlana" at sfumevlana.org for more information about Dr. Ergin's work. You'll find an excellent set of posts on many topics. The content of the conversation is excellent as Dr. Ergin covers many topics ranging from the Itlak path of Sufism that he was initiated into by Hasan Shushud to aspects of Rumi's life. I apologize for the recorded quality of the first 12 minutes or so of Dr. Ergin's conversation. Dr. Nevit O. Ergin, a Turkish-born surgeon, is the original translator of Rumi's 44,829 verses of the Divan-i Kebir into English. He has been a student of Sufism and the poetry of Rumi since 1955. Nevit spent 35 years translating the divan (or anthology) from the Turkish version prepared by Golpinarli, one of the most important Turkish scholars and an admirer of Rumi. Dr. Ergin emigrated first to Canada and later to the United States to pursue post-graduate medical work. He founded The Society for Understanding Mevlana in 1992. Dr. Ergin currently resides in San Mateo, Northern California, in a little house called a Rumi Sanctuary. Review of "Tales of a Modern Sufi" by Nevit Ergin


the idiotplayers podcast 07: Dr. Nevit Ergin | the idiotplayers

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the idiotplayers podcast 07: Dr. Nevit Ergin
In this episode you will be glad to listen to Dr. Nevit Ergin. Dr. Ergin is the man who has translated into English the 44,000 verses of the Divan-i-Kebir from the poet and Sufi Jalalluddin Rumi. Dr. Ergin trained and worked as a surgeon in his professional life. He now works solely to bring Rumi's works and teaching to a wide audience. He says "Understanding the message of love in Rumi is our last hope to avoid nuclear winter. Please go to the website for the "Society for Understanding Mevlana" at sfumevlana.org for more information about Dr. Ergin's work. You'll find an excellent set of posts on many topics. The content of the conversation is excellent as Dr. Ergin covers many topics ranging from the Itlak path of Sufism that he was initiated into by Hasan Shushud to aspects of Rumi's life. I cannot imagine that there is anyone better qualified at this time to speak to these topics. I apologize for the recorded quality of the first 12 minutes or so of Dr. Ergin's conversation. Dr. Nevit O. Ergin, a Turkish-born surgeon, is the original translator of Rumi's 44,829 verses of the Divan-i Kebir into English. He has been a student of Sufism and the poetry of Rumi since 1955. Nevit spent 35 years translating the divan (or anthology) from the Turkish version prepared by Golpinarli, one of the most important Turkish scholars and an admirer of Rumi. Dr. Ergin emigrated first to Canada and later to the United States to pursue post-graduate medical work. He founded The Society for Understanding Mevlana in 1992. Dr. Ergin currently resides in San Mateo, Northern California, in a little house called a Rumi Sanctuary. Review of "Tales of a Modern Sufi" by Nevit Ergin 3 Responses to the idiotplayers podcast 07: Dr. Nevit Ergin Dr. Ergin has given us much too ponder.


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