Zrenjaninski put 94
Beograd
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E-mail: skolatulumba@gmail.com

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The Divan of Tulumba Language Centre
Zrenjaninski put 94.
Beograd
Telefon: +381 61 654 33 78 (NON STOP)
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+381 62 80 97 532
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E-mail: skolatulumba@gmail.com

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Ponedeljak 16:00 – 20:00 h
Utorak 16:00 – 20:00 h
Sreda 16:00 – 20:00 h
Četvrtak 16:00 – 20:00 h
Petak 16:00 – 20:00 h

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The Divan of Tulumba Language Centre
Zrenjaninski put 94, Beograd
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THE DIVAN OF TULUMBA LANGUAGE CENTRE

In the Turkish-Persian-Arab cultural space, the word divan (Persian دیوان‎ , dīwān) is associated with productivity and creativity, and in the international context, with relaxed communication and inspiring companionship. These images are combined at THE DIVAN OF TULUMBA – as a real meeting place where linguistic and cultural competencies are developed and practiced in a fun, protected atmosphere.

The Divan of Tulumba Language Centre offers personalized language coaching at affordable prices, since 2011.

Divan, also spelled diwan, or dewan, Arabic dīwān;

Borrowed from Ottoman Turkish دیوان‎ (dîvân), Persian دیوان‎ (divân), Middle Persian dywʾn' (dīwān, “archive; collected writings”), and Arabic ديوان (dīwān).

In Turkish, Persian and other languages the term divan came to mean a collection of poems by a single author, as in selected works, or the whole body of work of a poet. Ottoman Divan poetry was a highly ritualized and symbolic art form.

In the Ottoman Empire the divan became the imperial chancery headed by the grand vizier, though a consultative assembly of senior officials summoned by Selim I in 1515 was also called a divan. The term was early extended to mean the audience chamber of important government officers, whose offices, furnished with mattresses and cushions along the walls, account for the extension of the meaning of divan to sofa.*

The English usage of the phrase "diwan poetry" comes from the Arabic word diwan (دیوان), which is loaned from Persian, and designated a list or register. The Persian word derived from the Persian dibir meaning writer or scribe.

* Encyclopedia Britannica

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