DR. KIRAN KALRA
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGE ,PALOURA, JAMMU
JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Sufi writings are experiences of access to the Absolute based on myth and symbol; in other words, on the profoundest and most unconscious part of the human being. The paper aims to explore Sufi aesthetics based on two foundations of Sufi aestheticism: the first, that the attempt to discover the hidden only leads to a greater need to attempt it. The second foundation consists of the fact that the experience of revelation imposes a discourse that escapes from the chains of rationality and logic, and from the chains of normal common sense, in addition to freeing itself from doctrinarian theology and the norms of religious law.