The Kingdom of Love believes in promoting Love and Understanding among people from all background faiths and cultures who are all children of Adam and Eve.
We celebrate the message of love as narrated by the great Spiritual Poet Rumi which encourages humans to have a close connection with their spiritual self and through that understand God who created us all as brothers and sisters and to spend our earthly life in promoting peace, understanding and brotherhood.
The Kingdom of Love was founded by Dr. Mansoor Malik in London, UK and welcomes people from all around the world.
The Kingdom of Love believes in promoting Love and Understanding among people from all background faiths and cultures who are all children of Adam and Eve. We celebrate the message of love as narrated by the great Spiritual Poet Rumi which encourages humans to have a close connection with their spiritual self and through that understand God who created us all as brothers and sisters.
For further details listen to the message by founder of Rumi Kingdom of Love, Dr. Masnoor Malik
Rumi was a Persian poet, an Islamic Dervish and Sufi Master born on September 1207 AD in Balkh Khorasan, his full name was Jelaluddin Muhammad Rumi. He moved to KONYA as a small boy with his father who was a well-known scholar of the time; it was during the reign of Seljuk Kingdom and upon the invitation of Sultan Alladin Keykubard. Rumi took-up school there in 1228, he learnt from the teachings of his father and other renowned scholars. Following his father’s death, Rumi established himself as a much-respected scholar and took over his teaching. He became popular among a large number of students and earned respect and acknowledgement from well-known scholars of his time. Rumi was fluent in Persian, Arabic, Greek and Turkish languages.
Rumi is entranced by the stranger and invites him to be his guest and takes him to his house. Rumi instructs his sons and servants to open Majlis – the sitting guests’ hall. They are all surprised at the strange bare-footed beggar – Shams, and even more so by Rumi’s respect for him.
On the 17th December 1273 AD, the mystical light of Rumi departed from the temporal world to the eternal world leaving behind a great legacy of love, and in his words, he voiced a most unique love for God. Its universal impact was showered upon all of mankind, which continues to this day and influences people in all four corners of our world. The whole of Antalya gathered in Konya to be part of Rumi’s final journey. Muslims, Christians and Jews all attended his funeral prayer. For the past 749 years, every year on 17th December, Rumi’s night of departure – Sebe Aroos – according to his desire is celebrated in Konya, Turkey and attended by thousands from all over the world including rulers, diplomats, scholars, and people from all walks of life. ‘Love everyone hate none. Help everyone and harm none. Every heart is my temple. Love is my religion. Search God inside yourself and submit to God with all love. True love is the true path to God – Allah.’
Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.
Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.
Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.
Don’t be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth.
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