Authored By: S.L. Peeran
Year of Publication: 2020
|Pages: 380||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 490.00||Price in (USA) $. 39.2|
S.S.LPeeran hails from an illustrious Sufi back ground. Peeran has been deeply interested in Sufism, in study of human growth and development, Urdu and English Poetry. He published his first book "The Essence of Islam and Sufism and its impact on India" from New Delhi in 1998. Peeran started penning his experiences initially in Urdu poems in 1997 and from Dec. 1997; he started writing poems in English as well. He has completed Sixteen volumes of Poems in English: In Golden Times, In Golden Moments, A Search from Within, In Silent Moments, A Ray of Light, A Call from the Unknown, New Frontiers, Fountains of Hope, In Rare Moments, In Sacred Moments, Glittering Love, Garden of Bliss, Eternal Quest, Ever Green Pastures(Authorspress, 2016), Perfumed Garden of Love (Authorspress, 2017), Scattered Gems(Authorspress, 2018), Haiku, Tanka, Quatrains and Short Poems (Authorspress, 2019), Sufism (Authorspress, 2019).
Peeran has brought out books on Sufism and Islam: Essence on Islam and Sufism and its impact on India(1998, New Delhi); A Journey of a Sufi-Sufism and Poetry(Authorspress, 2015); Sufi Wisdom and Spiritual Consciousness (Authorspress, 2016). Fundamentals of Islam and Sufism (Authorspress, 2017), Sufism (Authorspress, 2019), Sufism, Sufi Poetry, Guru Granth Saheb, Vedanta, Hinduism, Theosophy and Western Philosophy (Authorspress, 2019). He has written two prose works Indian English Poetry Searching New Grounds (Yking, 2013) and Contemporary Indian English Poetry(Authorpress, 2018) Peeran is trustee of International Sufi Centre, Editor of Sufi World: A Journal on Sufi Culture, Philosophy and Literature (Islamic Spiritualism Tasawwuf).
Poets International Bangalore has also nominated him as “Best Poet for 2003”. International Poetry Academy, Chennai has also awarded him with “Best Poet” award for 2009. He has won Literary Prize 2017 of ‘Naji Naaman’ of Lebanon Peeran is inspired to write poetry in search of truth and to discover his own self. He is inspired by the theory and practice of Sufism.