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The poems of the 13th-century Persian poet known simply as Rumi have been described as ecstatic, mystical, and devotional. To author, lawyer, activist, and Emory alumna (06L, 06PH) Melody Moezzi, they became a lifeline.
"Where coffee is served there is grace and splendor, friendship and happiness." -16th c. historian Abd al-Qadir al-Jaziri
Compared to early Mughal gardens on the semi-arid plains of South Asia, those of Kashmir had abundant water supplies that transformed the design of 17th-century Mughal landscapes.
Drs. Scott Kugle and Roxani Margariti of Emory’s Department of Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies present their recent research on the foundational legend of Islam's arrival in India.