(ONLY IN SPANISH)
A TREATISE ON LOVE IN THE SPLENDOR OF THE ANCIENT ISLAMIC
in Arabic, in its Persian variant) is a collection of stories which take place between 945 and 947 of the Common Era, in the Umayyad Caliphate of Cordoba.
On the exuberant scenery of the legendary city of Abd al-Rahman III,
Medina Azahara, the reader is led by the hand through the profound mysteries of The Science of Love, based on the teachings of philosophers, poets and Sufis as important as Ibn 'Arabi , Rumi or Javad Nurbakhsh.
In the gardens of the city that over a thousand years ago stunned the world,
the lives of the Caliph Abd al-Rahman, Crown Prince Al-Hakam, the beautiful Azahara,
the Jewish doctor Hasday Ibn Shaprut and a humble gardener from Baghdad called Shams, are intertwined in a series of situations and stories which serve as a pretext for shelling the view that the author has grown about human and divine love.
Mahabbat is, in short, a beautiful treatise on love,
immersed in a fiction that offers ideas and images of overwhelming beauty. A book to be read carefully, quietly,
a book for lovers, but also for mystics and spiritual seekers. An essential work for anyone who wants to know The Science of Love