May 29, 2024
Naser Jaberi

Naser Jaberi

Academic Rank: Associate professor
Address: Bushehr, Persian Gulf University.
Degree: Ph.D in Persian language and literature
Phone: 07733444574
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities


The dress of Sufis in the scale of self-criticism and intra-discourse criticism based on the two books: Kashf ol-Mahjub by Ali Ibn Osman Hojaviri and Mesbah ol-Hedayeh va Meftah ol-Kafayeh by Ezzeddin Kashani
Type Thesis
نقد، خود انتقادي، تصوّف، صوفيان،،خرقه، كشف المحجوب، مصباح الهدايه
Researchers zeynab hajipour (Student) , Naser Jaberi (Primary advisor) , Mojahed Gholami (Advisor)


Dealing with Sufism and mysticism has always been one of the important and fundamental issues of literature, culture and civilization of our society and the Islamic world. Therefore, it is very important to pay attention to customs, the way of Sufism and the ideas and thoughts of Sufis. It can be said that following the customs and beliefs of Sufia correctly and paying attention to the meanings of the clothes of Sufia makes people and followers able to go through the stages of the journey to God. Among these beliefs and customs, attention was paid to the dress of Sufis, which can be mentioned in their "Kherqeh" and "Moraqaeh", which were very valuable in the eyes of the Sheikhs and elders of Sufi, and they were proud of their wear and tear. In this research, we will examine these criticisms and by studying and examining them, we will identify different angles of the purposes of wearing this "Kherqeh" by Sufis. Then, in particular, we examine Sufi clothing in the two books "Kashf ol-Mahjoub" and "Mesbah ol-Hedayeh". Also, we have benefited from the reviews and opinions of other mystical books in the field of Sufism in this regard. Examining samples, statistics and examples showed how valuable this special cover was for the Sufis. So, in this research, we introduced the "Moraqaeh" and its related conditions. We describe the criticisms that have been made on the "Kherqeh". We will say about the goals and reasons of these criticisms: Sufis, in order to keep away the true elements of Sufism and wearing a "Kherqeh" from social harm, different groups and individuals, who pursued various goals by wearing a "Kherqeh", criticized wearing a "Kherqeh" among They paid themselves to show the right way in Sufism.