MAJLIS SHALAWAT DALAM PERSPEKTIF SENI SAYYED HOSSEN NASR (STUDI KASUS MAJLIS SHALAWAT AL-HASANAIN GENGGONG PROBOLINGGO)

  • Ainul Yaqin Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang
  • Achmad Khudori Soleh Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang
Keywords: Majlis Shalawat, Hossein Nasr, Beauty and Islamic Art

Abstract

The concept of beauty and Islamic art is an interesting discourse to study which one at this moment, this is continuing to develop, not only being in mosques and calligraphy but also having begun to integrate Majlis Shalawat with art. The purpose of this writing is to reveal how the concepts of beauty and art contained in the Al-Hasanain Genggong prayer assembly use the concept of Hossein Nasr in the spiritual values of society. This research method is a qualitative case study method, the approach used is historical-critical-philosophical and descriptive-analytical analysis. The results of this study are 1) The beauty of Hossein Nasr's Islamic art is an art that originates from the Qur'an and Hadith, art that is based on the inner reality of “Al-Haqaiq” the Teachings of the Qur'an, and reflects the Substance of the Nabawi which is then called "Al-Barakatu Al-Muhammadiyah", 2) Majlis Shalawat AlHasanain has an amazing beauty, in where, because of this, it can also be understood that art is not only art that has beauty but also leads to increasing human religious values, 3) Majlis Shalawat Al- Hasanain uses the concept of beauty and Islamic art as being proposed by Hossein Nasr through simtuddurar readings which are Haqaiq AlQur'an and Barakatu Al-Muhammadiyah, an art that leads to increasing the Spirituality of the connoisseurs.

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Published
31-01-2024
How to Cite
Yaqin, A., & Khudori Soleh, A. (2024). MAJLIS SHALAWAT DALAM PERSPEKTIF SENI SAYYED HOSSEN NASR (STUDI KASUS MAJLIS SHALAWAT AL-HASANAIN GENGGONG PROBOLINGGO). HUMANISTIKA : Jurnal Keislaman, 10(1), 58-69. https://doi.org/10.55210/humanistika.v10i1.1397
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