Sufi Music Concert & Whirling Dervish Ceremony

Sirkeci Train Station Hall – Istanbul

The origin of Sufism lies in the life and practices of the Prophet os Islam and the Quran. Sufism embraces a well-founded and through interpretation of Islam which focuses on love ,tolerence,worship of God community development through self discipline and responsibility. A Sufi way of life is to love and be of service to people

Known to the west as Whirling Dervishes, the Mevlevi Order was founded by Mevlana Rumi in the 13th century. The Order wrote of tolerance, forgiveness, and enlightenment. They survive today as a cultural brotherhood. They are not theatrical spectacles but sacred rituals.
The ritual of the Mevlevi sect, known as the sema, is a serious religious ritual performed by Muslim priests in a prayer trance to Allah.
Mevlevi believed that during the sema the soul was released from earthly ties, and able to freely and jubilantly commune with the divine. Dervish literally means “doorway” and is thought to be an entrance from this material world to the spiritual, heavenly world.
The Whirling Dervishes played an important part in the evolution of Ottoman high culture.
From the fourteenth to the twentieth century, their impact on classical poetry, calligraphy and visual arts was profound. Rumi and his followers integrated music into their rituals as an article of faith. Rumi emphasized that music uplifts our spirit to realms above and we hear the tunes of the Gates of Paradise.

Every = Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Except = Monday ,Tuesday

 Show Starts at = 19 : 30 Pm
 Price  = 100 Turkish Lira ( Adult )
 Price = 70 TL ( Student )

Performance = 1 Hour ( Free Hot Drinks – Turkish Tea , Apple Tea  ) 

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Here you can see our others Whirling dervish Tour in Istanbul

1 – Hodjapasha Cultural Center in Sirkeci

2 – Real Whirling Dervish Ceremony in Silivrikapi Culture Center

3 – Sirkeci Train Station Whirling Dervish Show

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This tour is repeated every weekday (working day).

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