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Books - Maktabah Mujaddidiyah

Books (1129)

Biography of the great Sufi master and shaykh Hazrat Khwaja Abul Hasan Kharaqani (d. 425 AH)

One of the best works in Sufi poetry in Persian.

45 Speeches (malfuzat) of the greatest of Awliya Sayyidina Shaykh Abdul Qadir al-Jilani, written in 545 AH (1150 CE).

A great book of Tasawwuf, by Ghaus al-Azam Shaykh Abdul Qadir al-Jilani

A great book of Adaab (manners) in Tasawwuf, by Ghaus al-Azam Shaykh Abdul Qadir al-Jilani

A biographical book of Sufi saints of India, written in the 11th century Hijri. A great source of insight into the Sufi lives of that time. It was written in 1014 AH (1605 CE).

Spiritual ettiquette (Adaab) for the seekers of the path of Tasawwuf

62 speeches (malfuzat) of the greatest of Awliya Sayyidina Shaykh Abdul Qadir al-Jilani

This is one of the best books written on Sulook and Tasawwuf written by any of the later scholars of Sufism. Some shaykhs have compared it to the books of Imam Ghazali, considering this as better than Kimya-e-Saadat. It discusses many topics in traditional Sufism and a large section is dedicated to various practices of Sufi tariqas and their chains of authorization (Isnaad).

A book of Adaab (Islamic manners and ettiquette)

بوستان از شيخ سعدي شيرازي سنڌي ترجمو

 

One of the most famous books of Persian Sufi poetry, translated in Sindhi

Irshad al-Talibeen (ارشاد الطالبین), a concise book about the basics of Tasawwuf by Qazi Sana'ullah Panipati Usmani Naqshbandi

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, 16 December 2011 16:27

Kalam Hazrat Bulhay Shah (Punjabi)

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Punjubi poetry of Hazrat Baba Bulhay Shah

Punjabi poetry of Hazrat Mian Muhammad Bakhsh Qadri

Lawaeh by Maulana Jami, Urdu translation

A book on basics of Hanafi fiqh, original Persian text with Urdu translation

Friday, 16 December 2011 14:59

Ma La Budda Minhu (Farsi)

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A book on basics of Hanafi fiqh

A short book on the practices and lessons of the Naqshbandi Mujaddidi Sufi tariqa.

A short book about the realities and secrets of Kalima Tayyiba (Shahadah).

A short book on the validity of the practice of Mawlid in Islam, written to refute the claims of Wahhabi scholars who denied Mawlid being Islamic. This is an exact reprint of the original manuscript in the handwriting of the author.

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