Islamic poetry


Islamic poetry

Islamic poetry is poetry written by Muslims on the topic of Islam. Islamic poetry has been written in many languages.

Islamic poetry in different languages

* Arabic poetry
* Persian poetry
* Turkish poetry
* Urdu poetry
* Bengali poetry
* Sufi poetry
* Qawali

See also

* Sufism


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