Mehr-e Molana (The Love of Rumi) is the title of an annual event being held on the occasion of Molana Jalal ud-din Mohammad’s birth anniversary and Mehregan Festival in the month of October (called ‘Mehr’ in Persian Calendar which is also equivalent to the word ‘love’ in Persian). Love was one of the most important elements of Iranian thought over centuries and ages. Iranians have always admired love and affection. They had celebrated month of Mehr (October) to commemorate of this concept and held the Mehregan celebration, which was in honor of love. Afterwards, love became one of the key elements of intellectual thought in Persian literature, and Islamic-Iranian mysticism. Meanwhile, along with characters such as Rābiʿa al-ʿAdawiyya, Ahmad Ghazali, Ayn al-Quzat Hamadani, Ferdowsi, Saadi, Attar, Sanai, Nezami, and so on, Rumi, was undoubtedly one of the greatest admirers of love, and he, himself, was drowned in such love as he says the first and last love was drowned in it. In the course of seven years period (by the end of 2017), Mehr-e Molana Seminar has had many ups and downs. The first seminar addressed to love and peace, the second centered on morality and mysticism, and the ‘Rumi’s Moral Theory’ was the main theme of the third and fourth editions. Later, ‘Rumi’s Moral Theory’ was held as a separate event and discussions such as philosophy of mysticism, history of Sufism, psychology of mysticism and mystical sociology were addressed at Mehr-e Molana seminars. Soroush Molana Institute has been honored to host outstanding Iranian, Turkish and American scholars during the seven editions of the seminar.