Kimia's death may be one of the factors that caused the disappearance of Shams al-Din, but no matter how much he was affected by her death, it may not be a reason for his disappearance. What can be said, that the death of Kimia was a milestone, indicating the end of another relationship, between Shams al-Din and Mevlana Jalal al-Din Rumi.
Kimia has changed: her mission in this world is over. Likewise, the change of Maulana also took place, but his mission was a beginning. In order for his mission to be completed, Shams al-Din had to leave, and his stay hindered our master. In both cases, Shams al-Din's work ended, and his fate spilled over into its course.
A week after Kimya's death, Shams El-Din disappeared, this time for good. There are several theories related to his disappearance. One of them tends to generalize, because it is more dramatic, and refers to his killing at the behest of Aladdin. But there is nothing to support this narrative. Sultan Walad, in his poem about his father's biography, forgives this idea. A group of historians of the events claim that Shams al-Din has returned to Tabriz, while a source mentions that the death of Shams al-Din took place in the city of Khoy on the path of his return to Tabriz. One thing is certain: that on a cold December night in 1248 in Konya, Shams al-Din disappeared, never to be seen again.
About the book:
Cover: plain cardboard
Pages: 268 pages
The size is 14*20 cm
Translated by: Muhammad Eid Ibrahim
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