Rumi Day is a celebration of the life and works of the Persian poet and mystic Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi. The day is observed on December 17th every year, which is believed to be the anniversary of Rumi’s death in 1273.
Rumi was a 13th-century Persian poet and Sufi mystic who is widely regarded as one of the greatest poets in the world. His works have been translated into multiple languages and have inspired countless people around the world with their spiritual depth and wisdom.
Rumi’s poems often explore themes of love, spirituality, and the human condition, and they have been celebrated for their ability to transcend time, language, and cultural boundaries. His poetry has been influential in promoting a message of unity, tolerance, and compassion.
On Rumi Day, people around the world celebrate Rumi’s life and works by reading his poetry, attending lectures and seminars about his teachings, and participating in cultural events and festivals. The day is an opportunity to reflect on Rumi’s message of love, peace, and unity, and to celebrate his lasting legacy as one of the world’s greatest poets and spiritual teachers.