Persian poet and mystic from the thirteenth century who became well-known for Mathnawi Matnawiye Ma’nawi and Diwan-e Kabir. His functions of prose consist of Fihi Ma Fihi and Makatib. He was created in what’s present-day Tajikistan (the Republic bordering Afghanistan) to a scholar and mystic dad, and he was raised immersed in the customs of Sufism (mystical Islam). He worked well as a instructor until 1244, when he fulfilled Shams-e Tabrizi, a dervish. Tabrizi influenced Rumi to be an ascetic. He originated from a family group of Muslim clerics. He and prominent scholar Ibn al Haytham had been important numbers in Persian background.