Definition of Sufic in English:



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  • ‘It is an irony of Islamic history that the challenge to a Sufic emperor came from the wombs of Sufism.’
  • ‘This collection of Indus River Music from the Sufic tradition of Sindh ranges from passionate to soulful.’
  • ‘He turned to the life of a wandering ascetic, seeking religious reality in the practice of Sufic mysticism.’
  • ‘In the Sufic system, the spectrum of self is composed of seven degrees, ranging from the highest to the lowest.’
  • ‘The occasional use of Sufic metaphors by Kabir and, more so, in Nanak is perhaps a very significant example of this phenomenon.’