One day Rumi was perusing by an extensive pile of books. Tricks Tabriz, cruising by, asked him, "What's going on with you?" Rumi scoffingly answered, "Something you can't get it." (This is information that can't be comprehended by the unlearned.) On hearing this, Shams tossed the pile of books into an adjacent pool of water. Rumi quickly protected the books and incredibly they were all dry. Rumi then asked Shams, "What is this?" To which Shams answered, "Mowlana, this is the thing that you can't get it." (This is information that can't be comprehended by the scholarly.) Another adaptation of the main experience is this: In the commercial center of Konya, in the midst of the cotton slows down, sugar sellers, and vegetable stands, Rumi rode through the road, encompassed by his understudies. Tricks grasped the reins of his jackass and impolitely tested the ace with two inquiries. "Who was the more noteworthy spiritualist, Bayazid [a Sufi saint] or Muhammad?" Shams requested. "What a weird inquiry! Muhammad is more prominent than every one of the holy people," Rumi answered. "Along these lines, for what reason is it then that Muhammad said to God, 'I didn't have any acquaintance with you as I ought to have,' while Bayazid announced, 'Magnificence be to me! How lifted up is my Glory! [that is, he asserted the station of God himself]?" Rumi clarified that Muhammad was the more prominent of the two, on the grounds that Bayazid could be completely filled by a solitary affair of heavenly favors. He lost himself totally and was loaded up with God. Muhammad's ability was boundless and would never be filled. His craving was unending, and he was constantly parched. With each minute he came nearer to God, and after that lamented his previous inaccessible state. Hence he stated, "I have never referred to you as I ought to have." It is recorded that after this trade of words, Rumi felt a window open at the highest point of his head and saw smoke ascend to paradise. He shouted out, tumbled to the ground, and lost cognizance for 60 minutes. Hoaxes, after hearing these answers, understood that he was eye to eye with the question of his yearning, the one he had asked God to send him. At the point when Rumi got up, he grasped Shams' hand, and both of them came back to Rumi's school together by walking. Following quite a long while with Rumi in Konya, Shams left and settled in Khoy. As the years passed, Rumi ascribed increasingly more of his own verse to Shams as an indication of adoration for his withdrew companion and ace. In Rumi's verse Shams turns into a guide of Allah's (Creator) love for humankind; Shams was a sun ("Shams" signifies "Sun" in Arabic) sparkling the Light of Sun as guide for the correct way dissipating murkiness in Rumi's heart, psyche, and body on earth. The wellspring of Shams' lessons was the information of Ali ibn Abu Talib, who is additionally called the dad of sufism....................................Proudly presents another masterpiece contains the details of first meeting between two Great Men in history, Video made by me with the help of Great tools available in the market of Multimedia:my own voice over has been used for commentry.