عنوان مقاله [English]
Mehr or Mitra is one of the goddesses of Zoroastrianism, which is sometimes a symbol of fire and of "Ahura Mazda", or of the sun, which shows the philosophy of illumination and light and blessings. The most mysterious story of the Mehr is the battle with the first bull. Mitra helps to blossom and create earthly creation by killing an old cow and flooding his blood. Believing in the victim to escape from the evil and evil forces in order to achieve the blessing has been in various forms alongside the people of Iran's plateau through time. From this sacrifice in the ancient ceremony of Mehr, which is a symbol of the killing of the animal's breath in human existence, it has been interpreted in the mystical literature to kill the cow. In "Masnavi" of Mowlana, allegories and similes of many similarities have been used in this field to convey the concepts and teachings of the author's point of view to the audience. Rumi as a well-known mystic, using the Mithraistic myth of cow killing, considers killing a cow (a beast) with the help of the power of reason as a man-made principle., we will discuss the extent to which Rumi has influenced the expression of the allegory of the element of the myth of cows in expressing his thoughts in spiritual mathnavi.