Dervish - Various - ConSeguenze

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  1. Define Dervishes. Dervishes synonyms, Dervishes pronunciation, Dervishes translation, English dictionary definition of Dervishes. n. 1. A member of any of various Muslim ascetic orders, some of which perform whirling dances and vigorous chanting as acts of ecstatic devotion. 2.
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  3. The term 'Dervish' was commonly applied to the warriors of the Mahdi by both the Egyptians and the British, although the men themselves preferred the term 'Ansar'. Whatever the label, they were the followers of the Mahdi, rebelling against Egyptian hegemony in the Sudan, and in the early days they were more a collection of tribal forces than any organised army.
  4. Dervish state. As a result of its fame in the Middle East and Europe, the Dervish State was recognized as an ally by major Central Powers: the Ottoman Empire and the German Empire. It also succeeded at outliving the Scramble for Africa, and remained throughout World War I the only independent Muslim power on the ballanaranuadakelvgukree.infoinfol: Taleh.
  5. A dervish or darvesh (from Persian: درویش‎, Darvīsh) is someone guiding a Sufi Muslim ascetic down a path or "tariqah", known for their extreme poverty and austerity. Their focus is on the universal values of love and service, deserting the illusions of ego to reach God.
  6. A dervish is an apprentice, one who is learning the profession that will provide eternal livelihood. This profession is still taught in certain “schools of higher learning.” While there are many skills that can be self-taught or learned alone, the skills of dervishood are learned by being in relationship to a shaikh, or guide, and within a spiritual family, a Sufi circle.
  7. Dervish definition, a member of any of various Muslim ascetic orders, as the Sufis, some of which carry on ecstatic observances, such as energetic dancing and whirling or vociferous chanting or shouting.

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