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Account of the order observed in his banquet

2018-08-14
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Read More ...Account of the order observed in his banquet. #Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_India The order of this was as follows. A brass table (which they call khawanjah) is brought in and there is set on it a brass platter (which they call (talam). A beautiful slave-girl wrapped in a silk robe then comes and sets in front of him the pots of food; she carries a large brown ladle and with it she ladles out a single spoonful of rice and puts it into the talam, then sprinkles over it ghee and puts along with this bunches of salted peppers and green ginger, salted lemons, and mangoes. One eats a mouthful [of rice] and follows it up with some of these preserves, and when the first ladleful which she placed in the talam is finished she takes out another ladleful of rice and puts a cooked fowl into a bowl, and the rice is eaten with this also. When the second ladleful is finished she ladles out again and puts out another kind of fowl, which one eats with it. When (70) the different kinds of fowls are finished they bring various sorts of fish, with which they eat rice also, and when the different fish dishes are emptied they bring vegetables cooked with ghee and preparations of milk, and they eat rice with these too. When all these are done with they bring kushan, which is curdled milk, with which they end up their service of food. When this is served it is a signal that there is nothing else to be eaten after it. Finally they drink warm water on top of this, for cold water would be harmful to them in the season of the rains.____________I.e. the date palm, Phoenix dactylifera, L. The word qinnina, ‘flask’, is used in the Sahara for a semispherical scoop made from the wood of the date palm, which is therefore called the ‘father of the scoop’.Persian, khwancheh.Arabic tulm, a pastry board. ____________________Electronic Village, is pleased to launch the pilot travel series of Ibn Batuta’s Journey in India. The episodes of this 3 year (2018-2021) project are based on selected scenes from Ibn Batuta’s original travelogue and the scripts are edited and verified by the poet Mohammed Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi. We request all our viewers for your valuable feedback and support for making this project a grand success., Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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Read More ...  travelled on to the town of Kinbaya [Cambay]#Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_IndiaIbn_Battota said:From the aforesaid Saghar we travelled on to the town of Kinbaya [Cambay] which is situated on an arm of the sea resembling a river; it is navigable for ships and its waters ebb and flow. I myself saw the ships there lying on the mud at ebb-tide and floating on the water at high tide. This city is one of the finest there is in regard to the excellence of its construction and the architecture of its mosques. The reason is that the majority of its inhabitants are foreign merchants, who are always building there fine mansions and magnificent mosques and vie with one another in doing so. Amongst the great mansions in the town is the house of the sharif al-Samarri with whom I was involved in the incident of the sweetmeats, and to whom the ‘king’ of the intimate courtiers gave the lie. I have never seen heavier baulks of wood than those which I saw in this house, and its gate is like that of a city. Beside it there is (54) a large mosque which is known by his name. Other mansions are those of the ‘king of the merchants’ al-Kazaruni, alongside which is his mosque also, and that of the merchant Shams al-Din Kulah-Duz, which means the sewer of caps.Anecdote. On the occasion of the revolt of the qadi Jalal the Afghani, which we have related earlier, this Shams al-Din, together with the ship-owner Ilyas (who was one of the principal men of this city) and the ‘king of the physicians’ previously mentioned, attempted to defend themselves against him in this city. They set about digging a trench around it, since it [798] had no wall, but he overcame them and entered the city. These three went into hiding in a house together, and fearing that they should be discovered, they made a pact to kill one another. Each one of them struck the other with a qattara (we have already described [p. 787] (55) the nature of this instrument), and two of them died but the ‘king of the physicians’ survived.Among the chief merchants there was also Najm al-Din of Jilan, a man of fine figure and immensely wealthy. He built there a great mansion and a mosque. Some time later the Sultan sent for him and made him governor of the city, assigning him the ceremonial honours, but the outcome of this was the loss of his own life and of his fortune.The governor of Kinbaya at the time of our arrival was Muqbil of Telingana, who was held in high consideration by the Sultan. In his company was the Shaikh-Zada of Isfahan, acting as deputy for him in all his affairs. This shaikh had great riches and was distinguished by knowledge of the affairs of government. He was continually sending money to his own country and devising plans for his escape. This came to the ears of the Sultan, it being reported of the shaikh that he was planning to take flight, whereupon he sent written instructions to Muqbil to dispatch him [to Dihli]. Muqbil despatched him by the post (56) and he was brought before the Sultan who placed him under guard. Now customarily at his court when anyone is placed under surveillance, he rarely escapes death, but this shaikh made a pact with his guard for a sum which he would pay him, and the two of them fled together. A trustworthy person told me that they had seen him by a pillar in a mosque in the city of Qalhat, and that he subsequently reached his own country, obtained possession of his moneys and lived in security, having nothing more to fear from that quarter.Anecdote. The malik Muqbil gave a banquet for us one day in his mansion. By an amusing chance the qadi of the city, who was blind in the right eye, on taking his seat had opposite him a sharif from Baghdad with a marked resemblance to him in his features and his blindness, except for the fact that he was [799] blind in the left eye. The sharif kept looking at the qadi and laughing, and when the qadi rebuked him he replied: ‘Do not reprove me, for I am more handsome than you.’ ‘How’s that?’ (57) asked the qadi. ‘Because you are blind in the right eye and I am blind in the left’, he replied, whereupon the governor and all those present laughed and the qadi was put to shame, but he was unable to make a rejoinder because sharifs are treated in India with the greatest veneration.One of the devotees in this city was the Hajj Nasir, of the people of Diyar Bakr, who lived in one of the pavilions of the cathedral mosque. We went to visit him there and ate his food. It happened that when the qadi Jalal entered the city of Kinbaya at the time of his rebellion, he came to this saint, and the Sultan was informed that the latter had prayed for a blessing on him. For this reason he fled, to avoid being put to death as al-Haidari had been. Another of the devotees there was the merchant Khwaja Ishaq, who has a hospice in which he supplies food to travellers of every sort. He makes large donations to the poor brethren and the indigent, yet his wealth for all that continues to grow and to multiply.We journeyed from this city to the town of Kawi, which is on a tidal bay also, (58) and is in the territories of the infidel raja Jalansi, of whom we shall speak later. Thence we went on to Qandahar, a large town belonging to the infidels and situated on a bay of the sea. Account of its Sultan. The Sultan of Qandahar is an infidel called Jalansi, who is under Muslim suzerainty and sends a gift to the king of India every year. When we reached Qandahar he came out to welcome us and showed us the greatest honour, himself leaving his palace and installing us in it. The principal Muslims at his court came to visit us, such as the children of the Khwaja Buhra. One of these is the ship-owner Ibrahim, who possesses six vessels of his own. From this city we continued our journey by sea.[800] (59) Account of our embarkation. We embarked on a ship belonging to the Ibrahim mentioned above, called al-Jagir. On this ship we put seventy of the horses of the Sultan’s present, and the rest we put with the horses of our companions on a ship belonging to this Ibrahim’s brother, called Manurt. Jalansi gave us a vessel on which we put the horses of Zahir al-Din and Sunbul and their party, and he furnished it for us with water, provisions and forage. He sent his son with us on a ship called al-‘Ukairi, which resembles a grab, but is rather broader; it has sixty oars and is covered with a roof during battle in order to protect the rowers from arrows and stones. I myself went on board al-Jagir, which had a complement of fifty rowers and fifty Abyssinian men-at-arms. These latter are the guarantors of safety (60) on this sea; let there be but one of them on a ship and it will be avoided by the Indian pirates and idolaters.Two days later we called at the island of Bairam, which is uninhabited and at a distance of four miles from the mainland. We disembarked on this island and took a supply of water from a tank there. The reason for its devastation is that the Muslims captured it by force from the infidels and it has not been inhabited since. The ‘king of the merchants’ afore-mentioned wishes to repopulate it and after constructing a wall for it and setting up mangonels he settled some Muslims on it.We continued our journey thence and on the following day arrived at the city of Quqa, a large town with important bazaars. We anchored four miles from shore on account of the low tide. I went down into a skiff with some of my associates at the time of low tide, with the object of going into the town, but the skiff stuck (61) in the mud when we were about a mile distant from it. When we sank into the mud I was leaning upon two of my companions, and the men of the place [801] gave me to fear the turn of the tide before I should reach it, since I was not a good swimmer. But finally I did get to it and made the circuit of its bazaars and saw there a mosque attributed to al-Khidr and Ilyas (on them both be peace), in which I made the sunset prayer. I found in the mosque a number of poor brethren of the Haidari order along with a shaikh of theirs. I then returned to the ship. ______________Cambay, then an important port, which declined because of the silting of the harbour.See III, pp. 756-7.His tomb is in the congregational mosque, which had been recently built with the fragments of Hindu and Jam Temples.See III, pp. 730-34.See III, pp. 730-34.In ‘Oman.See III, pp. 705-6.Kava, now a mile from the sea.Probably the Rajput tribal name Jhalas, preserved in the name of Jhalawar district in Kathiawar (Gibb, Selections, p. 363, n. 10).An arabicization of Gandhar, now a fishing village near the mouth of the Dhandar river. It was formerly a port of some importance, Barbosa’s Guindarim and Linschoten’s Gandar.The Bohras of Gujerat and Bombay are a branch of the Isma‘ilis, prominent as traders and money-lenders. Other Bohras in northern Konkan are Sunnis, often peasants, and retain many Hindu practices (Hobson-Jobson, s.v. Bora).Perim or Piram, a small island near the mouth of the Gulf of Cambay, a pirate stronghold until its capture by the Muslims shortly before I. B.’s visit.Goga. It has been objected to this identification that it is not on the route from Gandhar to Goa, but the ship may have needed to take on supplies or have been forced by contrary winds (Mzik, p. 283, n. 64).See II, p. 274 and n. 15, and III, p. 583 and n. 175. ____________________Electronic Village, is pleased to launch the pilot travel series of Ibn Batuta’s Journey in India. The episodes of this 3 year (2018-2021) project are based on selected scenes from Ibn Batuta’s original travelogue and the scripts are edited and verified by the poet Mohammed Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi. We request all our viewers for your valuable feedback and support for making this project a grand success. _____________عنوان النص بالعربية: ابن بطّوطة يركب البحر (مع الوفد المسافر بهديّة سلطان الهند إلى ملك الصين) , Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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Read More ...   Account of our going out on an expedition and conquest of SandaburIbn Battuta joins the Sultan of Hinawr's [Honavar] military expedition against Sandabur [Goa] #Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_India (106) Account of our going out on an expedition and conquest of Sandabur. Sultan Jamal al-Din had fitted out fifty-two vessels for an expedition to attack Sandabur [Goa]. A quarrel had broken out there between the Sultan and his son, and the latter had written to Jamal al-Din inviting him to seize the town and promising to accept Islam and marry his sister. When the ships were made ready it occurred to me to set out with them to the Holy War, so I opened the Qur’an to take an augury, and found at the top of the page: ‘In them is the name of God frequently mentioned, and verily God will aid those who aid Him. I took this as a good omen, and when the Sultan came for the afternoon prayer I said to him: ‘I wish to join the expedition.’ ‘In that case’, he replied, ‘you will be their commander.’ I related to him the incident of my augury from the Qur’an, which so delighted him that he resolved to join the expedition (107) himself, though previously he had not intended to do so. He embarked on one of the vessels, I being with him, on a [820] Saturday, and we reached Sandabur on the Monday evening. When we entered its bay, we found its inhabitants prepared for the battle, with mangonels already set up. So we spent that night near the place, and on the next morning, when the drums, trumpets and bugles were sounded, the vessels moved in to the attack, and the defenders bombarded them with the mangonels. I saw a stone hit one of the men who was standing close to the Sultan. The men on the ships jumped into the water, shields and sword in hand, and the Sultan went down into an ‘ukairi, which is like a shillir. I too jumped into the water with the rest of the men. We had with us two tartans, open at the stern, carrying horses; they are so constructed that the horseman mounts his horse inside the vessel, puts on his armour and comes out. (108) They did this and God permitted its conquest and sent down victory to the Muslims. We entered the city at the point of the sword and the greater part of the infidels took refuge in their Sultan’s palace, but when we set fire to it they came out and we seized them. The Sultan thereafter gave them quarter and restored their wives and children to them. They were about ten thousand in number and he assigned to them as residence a suburb of the town and himself occupied the palace, giving the houses in its neighbourhood to his courtiers. He gave me a Marhata (?) slave-girl called Lamki — I called her Mubaraka, and when her husband wished to ransom her I refused — and also gave me a farajiya of Egyptian manufacture which was found in the treasuries of the infidel.Ibn Battuta re-travels the route to Qaliqut, and hears of the fate of his lost possessions (1342-3)I stayed with him at Sandabur from the day of its capture, which was the 13th of Jumada I, until the middle of Sha‘ban; I then asked him for permission to travel and he made me promise to return to him. So I sailed (109) to Hinawr, continued thence to Fakanur, Manjarur, Hili, Jurfattan, Dahfattan, Budfattan, Fandarayna and Qaliqut — all of which places have been mentioned above — and finally to al-Shaliyat, a most beautiful town, in which the fabrics called by its name are [821] manufactured. After a long stay in this town I returned to Qaliqut. Two slaves who had been with me on the kakam arrived at Qaliqut and told me that the slave-girl who had been pregnant, and on whose account I was much upset, had died, and that the ruler of Jawa had taken the rest of my slave-girls, that my goods had been seized by various hands, and that my companions were scattered to China, Jawa and Bengal. On hearing this I returned to Hinawr and thence to Sandabur, reaching it at the end of Muharram, and I stayed there until the 2nd of Rabi‘II. __________________I.e. from 15 October 1342 to mid January 1343.Chaliyam, opposite Beypur on the south side of the river of that name. Many fabrics of different kinds were made there, and there are many kinds with names recalling the place, but their precise identity has not been established (Hobson-Jobson, s.v. Chalia, and Mzik, p. 314, n. 102).I.e. from 24 June to 24 August 1343. These dates cannot be reconciled with his statement (below, p. 846) that he عنوان النص باللغة العربية: ذكر توجهنا إلى الغزو وفتح سندابور (Goa), Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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ذكر السّحرة الجوكية

2018-08-04
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Read More ...ذكر السّحرة الجوكية #محمد_أحمد_السويدي_ابن_بطوطة_الهندوهؤلاء الطائفة (41) تظهر منهم عجائب ، منها أن أحدهم يقيم الأشهر لا يأكل ولا يشرب ، وكثير منهم تحفر لهم حفر تحت الأرض وتبنى عليه ، فلا يترك له إلا موضع يدخل منه الهواء ، ويقيم بها الشهور ، وسمعت أن بعضهم يقيم كذلك سنة!ورأيت بمدينة منجرو رجلا من المسلمين ممن يتعلّم منهم قد رفعت له طبلة وأقام بأعلاها لا يأكل ولا يشرب مدة من خمسة وعشرين يوما وتركته كذلك ، فلا أدري كم أقام بعدي.والناس يذكرون أنهم يركّبون حبوبا يأكلون الحبة منها لأيام معلومة أو أشهر فلا يحتاج في تلك المدة إلى طعام ولا شراب ويخبرون بأمور مغيبة والسلطان يعظمهم ويجالسهم ، ومنهم من يقتصر في أكله على البقل ومنهم من لا يأكل اللحم وهم الاكثرون ، والظاهر من حالهم أنهم عودوا أنفسهم الرياضة ولا حاجة لهم في الدنيا وزينتها ، ومنهم من ينظر إلى الإنسان فيقع ميتا من نظرته ، وتقول العامة : إنه إذا قتل بالنظر وشق عن صدر الميت وجد دون قلب! ويقولون: أكل قلبه ، وأكثر ما يكون هذا في النّساء ، والمرأة التي تفعل ذلك تسمى كفتار! حكاية [امرأة كفتار] لما وقعت المجاعة العظمى ببلاد الهند بسبب القحط والسلطان ببلاد التّلنك (42) نفّذ أمره أن يعطى لأهل دهلي ما يقوتهم بحساب رطل ونصف للواحد في اليوم ، فجمعهم الوزير، ووزع المساكين منهم على الأمراء والقضاة ليتولّوا إطعامهم فكان عندي منهم خمسمائة نفس فعمّرت لهم سقائف في دارين وأسكنتهم بها ، وكنت أعطيتهم نفقة خمسة أيام في خمسة أيام ، فلما كان في بعض الأيام أتوني بمرأة منهم ، وقالوا : إنها كفتار وقد أكلت قلب صبيّ كان إلى جانبها ، وأتوا بالصبي ميّتا ، فأمرتهم أن يذهبوا بها إلى نائب السلطان فأمر باختبارها وذلك بأن ملأوا أربع جرات بالماء وربطوها بيدها ورجليها وطرحوها في نهر الجون فلم تغرق ، فعلم أنها كفتار! ولو لم تطف على الماء لم تكن بكفتار ، فأمر بإحراقها بالنّار وأتى أهل البلد رجالا ونساء فأخذوا رمادها وزعموا أنه من تبخر به أمن في تلك السنة من سحر كفتار!__________________(41) هؤلاء السّحرة المدعوون بالجوكية هم بالذات الذين سمع بهم ابن خلدون في المقدمة ، (طبعة دار الكتاب اللبناني : ص 998 ـ 898) والكلمة من أصل سنسكريتي (Jogin) المأخوذ نفسه من كلمة (Yoga) "Joug " التي ظهرت في أوربا منذ سنة 8921 ثم Jogue : 3551 وعام IOGHI ـ 5751 ، هكذا يكون ابن بطوطة من أوائل الذين تحدثوا عن الجوكية ـ(42) بلاد التّلنك ... تيلينگاناTilingama مملكة هندية بين گودافاري وبين نهر كريشنا بعاصمتها ـ WA RANGAL يراجع ج III 192. ___________________في إطار تحضير القرية الإلكترونيّة لرحلة "على خطى ابن بطّوطة في الهند" المرتقبة (2021/2018)، يسرّنا مشاركتكم ومتابعتكم لــ نصوص مختارة من رحلة الرحّالة الكبير، يختارها ويحقق نصوصها ويضبط هوامشها الشاعر/ محمد أحمد السويدي، ويسرنا الإدلاء بدلوكم، وتقديم ملاحظاتكم القيّمة لإنجاح المشروع، مع وافر الشكر والاحترام____________________________مصدر الفيديو: 101 Jahre alt - Yogi Swami Yogananda präsentiert seine Beweglichkeit, Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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Read More ...  Ibn Battuta and the Joki (Yoga) | #Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_IndiaAccount of its Sultan. The Sultan of Quqa is an infidel called Dunkul, who used to profess submission to the king of India but was in reality a rebel.On setting sail from this town we arrived after three days at the island of Sandabur [Goa], an island in which there are thirty-six (62) villages. It is surrounded by a gulf, the waters of which are sweet and agreeable at low tide but salt and bitter at high tide. In the centre of the island are two cities, an ancient one built by the infidels, and the other built by the Muslims when they first captured the island. In the latter there is a great cathedral mosque, resembling those of Baghdad, built by the shipowner Hasan, the father of the Sultan Jamal al-Din Muhammad of Hinawr, who will be mentioned hereafter, as well as my presence with him on the occasion of the second capture of this island, if God will. [On this occasion] we did not stop at this island when we passed by it, but anchored at a smaller one near the mainland, in which there was a temple, an orchard, and a water-tank, and on which we found one of the jugis. The story of this jugi. When we landed on this smaller island we found (63) there a jugi leaning against the wall of a budkhana, that is an idol-temple; he was between two of its idols and showed the traces of continuous practice of religious austerities. When we spoke to him he did not say a word, and we looked to see if there was any food with him but did not see [802] any. While we were still looking he uttered a great shout, and as he shouted a coconut fell from a coco-palm in front of him. He handed it to us and we in astonishment gave him some dinars and dirhams, which he would not accept, and when we brought him provisions he refused them also. There was a cloak of camel-hair lying on the ground in front of him; I took it in hand to examine it and he gave it to me. I had in my hand a chaplet of Zaila‘; he examined it in my hand so I gave it to him. He rubbed it between his fingers, smelt it, kissed it, and pointed first to the sky and then in the direction of Mecca. My companions did not understand his signs, but I for my part understood him to indicate that he was a Muslim who was concealing his Muslim belief from (64) the people of that island and living on those coconuts. When we were about to leave him I kissed his hand; my companions disapproved of that, but he perceived their disapproval and taking my hand kissed it and smiled and signed to us to go. So we left, I being the last of my party to go out, when he tugged at my cloak; I turned my head towards him and he gave me ten dinars. When we came out of the place my companions said to me: ‘Why did he pull you?’ and I told them that he had given me those dinars. I gave three of them to Zahir al-Din and three to Sunbul, saying to them: ‘The man is a Muslim; do you not see how he pointed to the sky to indicate that he knew God, and then to Mecca to indicate his knowledge of the Apostle (peace be upon him)? And his taking of the chaplet confirms the fact.’ They went back when I said this to them but they could not find him.We set out again immediately and on the next day reached (65) the town of Hinawr, which is on a large inlet into which large ships enter. The town itself is half a mile from the sea. During the bushkal, which is the rainy season, this bay is so stormy and boisterous that for four months it is impossible for anyone to sail on it except for fishing.On the day of our arrival at this place one of the Hindu jugis [803] came to me secretly and gave me six dinars saying to me: ‘The Brahman has sent this to you’, meaning the jugi to whom I had given the chaplet. When he gave me the dinars I took them from him and offered him one of them, but he declined it and withdrew. I told my companions what had happened and said to them: ‘If you wish your share of them [you may have it].’ They both refused but were full of astonishment at the ways of this person and said to me: ‘The six dinars which you gave us we left with six others between the two idols (66) in the place where we found him.’ I was greatly astonished at our adventure with this person and kept with special care those dinars that he had given me.The people of the city of Hinawr are Shafi‘ites in doctrine, upright, religious, engaged in warfare on the sea, and mighty. They were celebrated in this respect until time brought them low after their conquest of Sandabur, which we shall relate. Amongst the devotees whom I met in this city was the shaikh Muhammad al-Naqawri, who entertained me in his hospice. He used to cook the food with his own hand, regarding it as defiled by the maidservant and the manservant. I met there also the jurist Isma‘il, the instructor in the Book of God, who was a scrupulous man of good disposition and generous nature, also the qadi there, Nur al-Din ‘Ali, and the preacher, whose name I do not remember.The women of this town and of all these coastal districts wear no (67) sewn garments but only unsewn lengths of cloth, one end of which they gird round their waists, and drape the rest over their head and chest. They are beautiful and virtuous, and each wears a gold ring in her nose. One peculiarity amongst them is that they all know the Qur’an by heart. I saw in the town thirteen schools for girls and twenty-three for boys, a thing which I have never seen elsewhere. Its inhabitants live by maritime commerce, and have no cultivated land. The people of Mulaibar pay a fixed sum annually to Sultan Jamal al-Din, through fear of his sea-power. His army consists of about six thousand men, horse and foot. _________________Electronic Village, is pleased to launch the pilot travel series of Ibn Batuta’s Journey in India. The episodes of this 3 year (2018-2021) project are based on selected scenes from Ibn Batuta’s original travelogue and the scripts are edited and verified by the poet Mohammed Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi. We request all our viewers for your valuable feedback and support for making this project a grand success._____________________________________________ عنوان النص باللغة العربية : ابن بطوطة والجوكي (اليوغا), Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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Read More ...  Ibn Battuta reaches the post-station of Kajarra and tells of the Jugis living there#Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_IndiaIbn Battuta reaches the post-station of Kajarra and tells of the Jugis living thereTo return to our subject. We travelled from the town of Parwan to the post-station of Amwari and on to the post-station of Kajarra. Here there is a large tank, about a mile in length, on the sides of which there are temples containing idols which have been mutilated by the Muslims. In the centre of the tank there are three pavilions of red stone, three stories high, and on each of the four corners another pavilion. There live there a company of jugis who have matted their hair and let it grow until it has come to be as long as themselves. They are generally of a yellow colour because of their mortifications, and many Muslims become their disciples in order to learn their secrets. They say that if a man suffering from some bodily disease such as leprosy or elephantiasis resorts to them for a long time, he will be cured by the grace of God.The first time that I saw the men of this company was in the [791] mahalla of Sultan Tarmashirin, king of Turkistan. There were about fifty of them for whom a cave had been dug under the earth, and they used to stay in it, never coming out except to satisfy a need. They had a sort of horn (41) which they used to sound at the beginning and end of the day and after the first third of the night. Everything about them is marvellous. It was one of them who made for the Sultan of the land of Ma‘bar, Sultan Ghiyath al-Din al-Damaghani pills, to take as an aphrodisiac. Amongst their ingredients were iron filings, and he was so pleased with their effect that he took more of them than was necessary and died. He was succeeded by his brother’s son Nasir al-Din, who showed high consideration for that jugi and raised him in dignity. ________________Gibb (Selections, p. 363, n. 5) had no doubt that Kajarra was Khajuraho, famous for the erotic sculptures on the temple walls, but it is far from the route from Gwalior to Cambay. Amwari cannot be identified with any confidence. Yule (Cathay, IV, p. 22) comments that I.B. may have been forced to follow a very devious route ‘owing to the interposition of insurgent districts’.Much greater damage has been caused in more recent times by dealers breaking off erotic sculptures to sell to prurient tourists.See below, p. 862.See below, p. 864 ____________________Electronic Village, is pleased to launch the pilot travel series of Ibn Batuta’s Journey in India. The episodes of this 3 year (2018-2021) project are based on selected scenes from Ibn Batuta’s original travelogue and the scripts are edited and verified by the poet Mohammed Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi. We request all our viewers for your valuable feedback and support for making this project a grand success. عنوان النص باللغة العربية : سفرنا من مدينة برون إلى منزل أمواري ثم منزل كجرا, Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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LESARI & NATH

2018-07-30
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Read More ...  LESARI & NATH| #Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_India We set out again immediately and on the next day reached (65) the town of Hinawr, which is on a large inlet into which large ships enter. The town itself is half a mile from the sea. During the bushkal, which is the rainy season, this bay is so stormy and boisterous that for four months it is impossible for anyone to sail on it except for fishing.On the day of our arrival at this place one of the Hindu jugis [803] came to me secretly and gave me six dinars saying to me: ‘The Brahman has sent this to you’, meaning the jugi to whom I had given the chaplet. When he gave me the dinars I took them from him and offered him one of them, but he declined it and withdrew. I told my companions what had happened and said to them: ‘If you wish your share of them [you may have it].’ They both refused but were full of astonishment at the ways of this person and said to me: ‘The six dinars which you gave us we left with six others between the two idols (66) in the place where we found him.’ I was greatly astonished at our adventure with this person and kept with special care those dinars that he had given me.The people of the city of Hinawr are Shafi‘ites in doctrine, upright, religious, engaged in warfare on the sea, and mighty. They were celebrated in this respect until time brought them low after their conquest of Sandabur . The women of this town and of all these coastal districts wear no (67) sewn garments but only unsewn lengths of cloth, one end of which they gird round their waists, and drape the rest over their head and chest. They are beautiful and virtuous, and each wears a gold ring in her nose. One peculiarity amongst them is that they all know the Qur’an by heart. I saw in the town thirteen schools for girls and twenty-three for boys, a thing which I have never seen elsewhere.Its inhabitants live by maritime commerce, and have no cultivated land. The people of Mulaibar pay a fixed sum annually to Sultan Jamal al-Din, through fear of his sea-power. His army consists of about six thousand men, horse and foot. ________________________________________Electronic Village, is pleased to launch the pilot travel series of Ibn Batuta’s Journey in India. The episodes of this 3 year (2018-2021) project are based on selected scenes from Ibn Batuta’s original travelogue and the scripts are edited and verified by the poet Mohammed Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi. We request all our viewers for your valuable feedback and support for making this project a grand success. عنوان المقطع باللغة العربية : ساري وناش (الصاري والناث), Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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Description of the Rhinoceros

2018-07-29
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Read More ...Description of the Rhinoceros #Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_India (100) Description of the Rhinoceros. After crossing the river of Sind called Banj Ab, we entered a forest of reeds, following the track which led through the midst of it, when we were confronted by a rhinoceros. In appearance it is a black animal with a huge body and a disproportionately large head. For this reason it has become the subject of a proverb, as the saying goes Al-karkaddan ras bila badan (rhinoceros, head and no torso). It is smaller than an elephant but its head is many times larger than an elephant’s. It has a single horn between its eyes, about three cubits in length and about a span in breadth. When it came out against us one of the horsemen got in its way; it struck the horse which he was riding with its horn, pierced his thigh and knocked him down, then went back into the thicket and we could not get at it. I saw a rhinoceros a second time on this road after the hour of afternoon prayer. It was feeding on plants but when we approached it (101) it ran away. I saw a rhinoceros yet another time when in the company of the king of India we had entered a jungle of reeds. The sultan was mounted on an elephant and we too were mounted on elephants along with him. The foot-soldiers and horsemen went in and beat it up, killed it and conveyed its head to the camp (mahalla).________________________________ Electronic Village, is pleased to launch the pilot travel series of Ibn Batuta’s Journey in India. The episodes of this 3 year (2018-2021) project are based on selected scenes from Ibn Batuta’s original travelogue and the scripts are edited and verified by the poet Mohammed Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi. We request all our viewers for your valuable feedback and support for making this project a grand success. _____________________________________________________عنوان النص باللغة العربية: ذكر الكركدن, Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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Ibn Battuta travels to Dinawar [Devundara (Dondra)] and relates of a vast temple

2018-07-28
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Read More ...Ibn Battuta travels to Dinawar [Devundara (Dondra)] and relates of a vast temple#Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_BattotaWe travelled thence for two days to Dinawar, a large town on the coast, inhabited by merchants. In this town there is an idol known as Dinawar, in a vast temple, in which there are about a thousand Brahmans and jugis, and about five hundred women, daughters of the Hindus, who sing and dance every night in front of the idol. The city and all its revenues form an endowment belonging to the idol, from which all who live in the temple and who visit it are supplied with food. The idol itself is of gold, about a man’s height, and in the place of its [856] eyes it has two great rubies, (185) which, as I was told, shine at night like lamps. Ibn Battuta travels back from Dinawar to Battala before leaving for the land of MabarWe went on to the town of Qali, a small place six farsakhs from Dinawar, where there was a certain Muslim, called the captain Ibrahim who gave us hospitality in his place. We then journeyed to the town of Kalanbu [Colombo], which is one of the finest and largest towns in Sarandib. In it resides the Wazir and ruler of the sea Jalasti, who has with him about five hundred Abyssinians. On setting out again we came, after three days’ journey, back to Battala again and visited its Sultan of whom we have spoken above. I found the captain Ibrahim awaiting me and we set sail for the land of Ma‘bar. ________________Devundara (Dondra), at the southernmost point of Ceylon. A temple for the image of the recumbent Buddha had been built there early in the century, and the village of Gtamana assigned to it.Galle.S. M. Yusuf notes; ‘It is almost certain that “Jalasti” is not a proper name, but a designation compounded of jala, “water”, “sea”, and a word signifying “prince”, “lord”, maybe arasan’ (University of Ceylon History of Ceylon, p. 711, n. 25). Yule and Cordier think it probable that he was the Muslim eunuch whom Marignolli calls Coya Jaan, i.e. Khwaja Jahan (Cathay, III, p. 231, n. 5). _______________Electronic Village, is pleased to launch the pilot travel series of Ibn Batuta’s Journey ______________عنوان النص بالعربية: مدينة دينور, Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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ذكر أشجار جزر المالديف وسمك القباب

2018-07-27
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Read More ... ذكر أشجار جزر المالديف وسمك القباب | رحلة ابن بطوطة #محمد_أحمد_السويدي_ابن_بطوطةذكر أشجارها (جزر المالديف)ومعظم أشجار هذه الجزائر النّارجيل (169) ، وهو من أقواتهم مع السّمك ، وقد تقدم ذكره ، وأشجار النارجيل شأنها عجيب وتثمر النخل منها اثنى عشر عذقا في السنة ، يخرج في كل شهر عذق ، فيكون بعضها صغيرا وبعضها كبيرا وبعضها يابسا وبعضها أخضر ، هكذا أبدا ويصنعون منه الحليب والزيت والعسل حسبما ذكرنا في السفر الأول (170) ويصنعون من عسله الحلواء فيأكلونها مع الجوز اليابس منه ، وكذلك أكله.سمك القبابوللسّمك (القباب) الذي يتغذون به قوة عجيبة في الباءة (الجِماع) لا نظير لها ، ولأهل هذه الجزائر عجب في ذلك ، ولقد كان لي بها أربع نسوة وجوار سواهن فكنت أطوف على جميعهن كلّ يوم ، وأبيت عند من تكون ليلتها ، وأقمت بها سنة ونصف أخرى على ذلك! (171).ومن أشجارها الجمّون (172) والأترج والليمون والقلقاص (173) ، وهم يصنعون من أصوله دقيقا يعملون منه شبه الإطرية ، ويطبخونها بحليب النارجيل وهي من أطيب الطعام كنت أستحسنها كثيرا وآكلها.__________________(169) النّارجيل هو بالذات ما نسميه جوز الهند ... وهو في الأصل من جزر شيشيل (Seychelles).(170) يراجع ج II ص 206 وما بعدها ... ومن غريب ما وقع فيه بيكيگام عند الترجمة أنه ترجم السّفر بكسر السّين على أنه سفر بفتحها حيث قال :(in the first journey).(171) كلام ابن بطوطة واضح في أنه قضى في مالديف سنة ونصف السنة وقد ناقشه حول هذا المقام بعض الذين علقوا على الرحلة (انظر المقدمة).(172)(EUGENIA JAMBOL ANA) انظرII 191III 128(173) يسمى (Hittala ـ Fu) في جزر مالديف ، وتعني كلمة (FU) الدقيق ، انظر تعليق 110. *هذا النصوص تأتيكم من #رحلة_ابن_بطوطة، المسماة «تحفة النظار في غرائب الأمصار وعجائب الأسفار»، وهي جزء من مشروعنا على خطى ابن بطوطة كما ندعوكم لمتابعة النصوص والحكايات التي سننشرها من الرحلة تباعاً في الأيام القادمة، ينتخبها ويعتني بها الشاعر الإماراتي #محمد_أحمد_السويدي______________الفيديو: طرق صيد أسماك القباب تقرير فيصل الحمادي يوتيوب., Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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Description of pepper

2018-07-26
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Read More ...#Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_India The pepper-trees resemble grape-vines; they are planted alongside coco-palms and climb up them in the same way that vines climb, except that they have no shoots, that is to say tendrils, like those of vines. The leaves of the trees resemble (77) those of stocks [or, according to a variant reading, horses’ ears], and some of them resemble the leaves of briar. It produces its fruit in small clusters, the grains of which resemble the grains of abu qinninah when they are green. In the autumn they gather the grains and spread them on mats in the sun, just as is done with grapes in order to obtain raisins; they keep on turning them until they are thoroughly dried and become black, and then sell them to the merchants. Most people in our country suppose that they roast them with fire and that it is because of that they become crinkled, but it is not so since this results only from the action of the sun upon them. I have seen pepper grains in the city of Qaliqut being poured out for measuring by the bushel, like millet in our country. ______________________________________________| #Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_IndiaElectronic Village, is pleased to launch the pilot travel series of Ibn Batuta’s Journey in India. The episodes of this 3 year (2018-2021) project are based on selected scenes from Ibn Batuta’s original travelogue and the scripts are edited and verified by the poet Mohammed Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi. We request all our viewers for your valuable feedback and support for making this project a grand success. عنوان النص باللغة العربية: ذكر الفلفل, Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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Ibn Battuta reaches Kawlam [Quilon]

2018-07-25
, Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidiIbn Battuta reaches Kawlam [Quilon] and relates of its important inhabitants #Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_India On the tenth day we reached the city of Kawlam [Quilon], one of the finest towns in the Mulaibar lands. It has fine bazaars, and its merchants are called Sulis. 1 (100) They....
Read More ...Ibn Battuta reaches Kawlam [Quilon] and relates of its important inhabitants #Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_India On the tenth day we reached the city of Kawlam [Quilon], one of the finest towns in the Mulaibar lands. It has fine bazaars, and its merchants are called Sulis. 1 (100) They are [817] immensely wealthy; a single merchant will buy a vessel with all that is in it and load it with goods from his own house. There is a colony of Muslim merchants there, the chief of whom is ‘Ala’ al-Din al-Awaji, from Awa in al-‘Iraq.2 He is a Rafidi,3 and has a number of associates belonging to his sect, and they proclaim it openly. The qadi of the town is a worthy man from Qazwin, and the head of the Muslim community there is Muhammad Shahbandar, who has a worthy and open-handed brother named Taqi al-Din. The cathedral mosque is a magnificent building, constructed by the merchant Khwaja Muhadhdhab. This city is the nearest of the Mulaibar towns to China and it is to it that most of the merchants [from China] come. Muslims are honoured and respected there.Account of its Sultan. The Sultan of Kawlam is an infidel called Tirawari;4 (101) he respects the Muslims and he judges severely thieves and profligates.___________________‘1Chulia is a name given in Ceylon and in Malabar to a particular class of Mahommedans, and sometimes to Mahommedans generally. There is much obscurity about the origin and proper application of the term’ (Hobson-Jobson, s.v. Choolia).2 Aveh in Persia.3 I.e. Turncoats, a pejorative word applied to some Shi‘is, and on occasion to Shi‘is in general. The Muslims of Kerala are now Sunnis, but names like the Karbala’ Maidan in Quilon may indicate the presence of a Shi‘i community in the past.4 A title, perhaps meaning ‘sacred lord’, rather than a personal name. ____________________Electronic Village, is pleased to launch the pilot travel series of Ibn Batuta’s Journey in India. The episodes of this 3 year (2018-2021) project are based on selected scenes from Ibn Batuta’s original travelogue and the scripts are edited and verified by the poet Mohammed Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi. We request all our viewers for your valuable feedback and support for making this project a grand success. ________________________________________________________ عنوان النص باللغة العربية: مدينة كولم, Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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, Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidiIbn Battuta continues towards Adam's Peak, and relates of the monkeys found on the way #Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_India We then set out from Kunakar and halted at a cave called after Usta Mahmud the Lur, a pious man who dug out this cave at the foot of a hill beside a small channel.....
Read More ...Ibn Battuta continues towards Adam's Peak, and relates of the monkeys found on the way #Mohamed_Ahmed_Alsowaidi_Ibn_Battota_India We then set out from Kunakar and halted at a cave called after Usta Mahmud the Lur, a pious man who dug out this cave at the foot of a hill beside a small channel. From there we went on and halted at a channel called Khor Buznah, the word buznah meaning ‘monkeys’. Account of the monkeys.1There are in these mountains vast numbers of monkeys. They are black and have long tails, and their males are bearded like men. 2 Shaikh ‘Othman and his son and others as well told me that these monkeys have (176) a chief, whom they obey as if he were a Sultan. He fastens on his head a fillet of tree leaves and leans upon a staff. On his right and his left are four monkeys carrying staves in their hands. When the chief monkey sits down the four monkeys [852] stand behind him, and his female and young come and sit in front of him every day. The other monkeys come and sit at a distance from him, and then one of the four monkeys addresses them and all the monkeys withdraw. After this each one brings a banana or an orange or some such fruit, and the monkey chief with his young and the four monkeys eat. One of the jugis told me that he had seen the four monkeys in the presence of their chief beating a monkey with sticks and after the beating pulling out its hair. Some trustworthy persons told me as a fact that when one of these monkeys seizes a girl who is unable to defend herself (177) he has intercourse with her. I was told by one of the inhabitants of this island that there was in his house a monkey of this kind; one of his daughters went into a chamber and the animal followed her in, and though she screamed at it, it got the better of her, and he added: ‘When we came into the room after her it was between her legs and so we killed it.’ ____________1Persian buzinah, ‘monkey2Wanderoo monkeys, Macacus silenus, which are black with long tails and prominent beards. ____________________Electronic Village, is pleased to launch the pilot travel series of Ibn Batuta’s Journey in India. The episodes of this 3 year (2018-2021) project are based on selected scenes from Ibn Batuta’s original travelogue and the scripts are edited and verified by the poet Mohammed Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi. We request all our viewers for your valuable feedback and support for making this project a grand success. ________________________________________________________ عنوان النص باللغة العربية: ذكر القرود (في سيريلانكا) , Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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جبل سرنديب وقدم آدم من رحلة ابن بطوطة

2018-07-25
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Read More ... جبل سرنديب وقدم آدم من رحلة «ابن بطوطة»#محمد_أحمد_السويدي_ابن_بطوطةقال ابن بطوطة:"وهو من أعلى جبال الدنيا. رأيناه من البحر، وبيننا وبينه مسيرة تسعة. ولما صعدناه كنا نرى السحاب أسفل، قد حال بيننا وبين رؤية أسفله. وفيه كثير من الأشجار التي لا يسقط لها ورق، والأزاهير الملونة، والورد الأحمر على قدر الكف. ويزعمون أن في ذلك الورد كتابة يقرأ منها اسم الله تعالى واسم رسوله عليه الصلاة والسلام. وفي الجبل طريقان إلى القدم: أحدهما يعرف بطريق " بابا "، والآخر بطريق " ماما ". يعنون آدم وحواء عليهما السلام. فأما طريق ماما فطريق سهل، عليه يرجع الزوار إذا رجعوا. ومن مضى عليه فهو عندهم كمن لم يزر، وأما طريق بابا فصعب، وعر المرتقى. وفي أسفل الجبل حيث دروازته، مغارة تنسب أيضاً للإسكندر وعين ماء. ونحت ألأولون في الجبل شبه درج يصعد عليها، وغرزوا فيها أوتاد الحديد، وعلقوا منها السلاسل ليتمسك بها من يصعده. وهي عشر سلاسل، اثنتان في أسفل الجبل إلى حيث الدروازة، وسبع متوالية بعدها، والعاشرة هي سلسلة الشهادة. لأن الإنسان إذا وصل إليها ونظر إلى أسفل الجبل أدركه الوهم خوف السقوط. ثم إذا جاوزت هذه السلسلة، وجدت طريقاً مهملة. ومن السلسلة العاشرة إلى مغارة الخضر سبعة أميال. وهي في موضع فسيح، عندها عين ماء تنسب إليه أيضاً ملأى بالحوت، ولا يصطاده أحد. وبالقرب منها حوضان منحوتان في الحجارة عن جانبي الطريق. وبمغارة الخضر يترك الزوار ما عندهم، ويصعدون منها ميلين إلى أعلى الجبل حيث القدم. ذكر القدم وأثر القدم الكريمة قدم أبينا آدم صلى الله عليه وسلم في صخرة سوداء، مرتفعة بموضع فسيح. وقد غاصت القدم الكريمة في الصخرة، حتى عاد موضعها منخفضاً. وطولها أحد عشر شبراً. وأتى إليها أهل الصين قديماً، فقطعوا من الصخرة موضع ألإبهام وما يليه، وجعلوه في كنيسة بمدينة الزيتون، ويقصدونها من أقصى البلاد. وفي الصخرة حيث القدم تسع حفر منحوتة، يجعل الزوار من الكفار فيها الذهب واليواقيت والجواهر. فترى الفقراء إذا وصلوا مغارة الخضر يتسابقون منها لأخذ ما بالحفر، ولم نجد نحن بها إلا يسير حجيرات وذهباً أعطيناها الدليل. والعادة أن يقيم الزوار بمغارة الخضر ثلاثة أيام يأتون فيها إلى القدم غدوة وعشياً، وكذلك فعلنا"._____________________________________________ *هذه الحكاية تأتيكم من #رحلة_ابن_بطوطة، المسماة «تحفة النظار في غرائب الأمصار وعجائب الأسفار»، وهي جزء من مشروعنا #أدب_الرحلة كما ندعوكم لمتابعة النصوص والحكايات التي سننشرها من الرحلة تباعاً في الأيام القادمة، ينتخبها ويعتني بها الشاعر الإماراتي #محمد_أحمد_السويدي لقراء الصفحة الكرام، دون تدخل في محتوى النص. *شاركونا آرائكم حول هذا الموضوعDestination Unknown Adam's Peak Sri lanka Episode, Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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Read More ...   ذكر توجهنا إلى الغزو وفتح سندابور (Goa)#محمد_أحمد_السويدي_ابن_بطوطة_الهندوكان السلطان جمال الدين قد جهز اثنين وخمسين مركبا سفرية برسم غزو سندابور ، وكان وقع بين سلطانها وولده خلاف ، فكتب ولده إلى السلطان جمال الدين أن يتوجه لفتح سندابور ويسلم الولد المذكور ، ويزوجه السلطان أخته (143) ، فلمّا تجهزت المراكب ظهر لي أن أتوجه فيها إلى الجهاد ففتحت المصحف أنظر فيه فكان في أول الصفحة : يذكر فيها اسم الله كثيرا ولينصرن الله من ينصره ، فاستبشرت بذلك ، وأتى السلطان إلى صلاة العصر ، فقلت له : أريد السفر فقال : إذا تكون أميرهم ، فأخبرته بما خرج لي في أول المصحف فأعجبه ذلك ، وعزم على السفر بنفسه ولم يكن ظهر له ذلك قبل ، فركب مركبا منها وأنا معه ، وذلك في يوم السبت فوصلنا عشيّ الاثنين إلى سندابور ، ودخلنا خورها فوجدنا أهلها مستعدّين للحرب وقد نصبوا المجانيق ، فبتنا عليها تلك الليلة.فلما أصبح ضربت الطبول والانفار والأبواق وزحفت المراكب ، ورموا عليها بالمجانيق ، فلقد رأيت حجرا أصاب بعض الواقفين بمقربة من السلطان ، ورمى اهل المراكب أنفسهم في الماء وبأيديهم الترسة والسيوف ، ونزل السلطان إلى العكيرى ، وهو شبه الشلّير (144) ، ورميت بنفسي في الماء في جملة الناس ، وكان عندنا طريدتان مفتوحتي المواخر ، فيها الخيل ، وهي بحيث يركب الفارس فرسه في جوفها ويتدرّع ويخرج ففعلوا ذلك ، وأذن الله في فتحها وأنزل النصر على المسلمين ، فدخلنا بالسيف ودخل معظم الكفار في قصر سلطانهم ، فرمينا النار فيه فخرجوا وقبضنا عليهم ، ثم إن السلطان أمّنهم ورد لهم نساءهم وأولادهم وكانوا نحو عشرة آلاف وأسكنهم بربض المدينة وسكن السلطان القصر وأعطى الديار بمقربة منه لأهل دولته ، وأعطاني جارية منهن تسمى لمكي فسميتها مباركة (145) ، وأراد زوجها فداءها فأبيت! وكساني فرجية مصرية وجدت في خزائن الكافر ، وأقمت عنده بسندابور من يوم فتحها وهو الثالث عشر لجمادى الأولى إلى منتصف شعبان (146) ، وطلبت منه الإذن في السفر ، فأخذ عليّ العهد في العودة إليه!__________________(143) حول سندابور حيث توجد جزيرة (گوا) راجع التعليق السابق رقم 79 ... يظهر أن خلافا شبّ بين حاكم الجزيرة وبين ولده أدّى إلى استنجاد هذا الأخير بالسلطان جمال الدين ضدّ والده ، تلقاء أن يسلم الأمير الولد ، وأن يتزوج بنت السلطان المسلم ـ الآية : (ولينصرن الله من ينصره) السورة 22 / الآية 40.(144) يذكر دوزي في معجمه أن العكيرى نوع من السفن الشراعية الكبرى ، ويذكر الشلّير على أنه نوع من الفلك ...(145) سمّاها كذلك طلبا للفأل الحسن سيما ونحن نعرف عن وضعه الحرج بعد كل الذي تعرض له من محن وفتن ...(146) يعني منذ 15 أكتوبر 1342 إلى منتصف يناير 1343. ___________في إطار تحضير القرية الإلكترونيّة لرحلة "على خطى ابن بطّوطة في الهند" المرتقبة (2021/2018)، يسرّنا مشاركتكم ومتابعتكم لــ نصوص مختارة من رحلة الرحّالة الكبير، يختارها ويحقق نصوصها ويضبط هوامشها الشاعر/ محمد أحمد السويدي، ويسرنا الإدلاء بدلوكم، وتقديم ملاحظاتكم القيّمة لإنجاح المشروع، مع وافر الشكر والاحترام, Electronic Village, His excellency mohammed ahmed khalifa al suwaidi, Arabic Poetry, Arabic Knowledge, arabic articles, astrology, science museum, art museum,goethe museum, alwaraq, arab poet, arabic poems, Arabic Books,Arabic Quiz, القرية الإلكترونية , محمد أحمد خليفة السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , محمد السويدي , محمد سويدي , mohammed al suwaidi, mohammed al sowaidi,mohammed suwaidi, mohammed sowaidi, mohammad alsuwaidi, mohammad alsowaidi, mohammed ahmed alsuwaidi, محمد السويدي , محمد أحمد السويدي , muhammed alsuwaidi,muhammed suwaidi....
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