Translation of the Holy Quran in Vietnamese language (Saudi edition)
Zulu (isiZulu) translation of selected verses of the Holy Quran
Translation of Waseelat-ul-Ghareeb Ila Janab-il-Habib (s.a.w), written in Persian in 1164 AH, by the great scholar of Sindh Makhdoom Muhammad Hashim Thattvi (d. 1174 AH). This is a short book about the history and merits of the Ahl al-Bait.
This is one of the earliest and most authentic books on the biographies of the Sirhindi family of Sufi masters in India. It is written in four volumes, each dedicated to a different Shaykh of the Naqshbandi tariqa.
A short book written about the validity of Dua after Fard salaah which is common in Hanafi fiqh. This print also contains the original Arabic text, with introduction, biography and translation in Sindhi.
This is a history of the great Naqshbandi shrine called Khanqah Mazhariyah Delhi, with biographies of its founders including Shah Saifuddin Sirhindi (d. 1096 AH), Sayyid Nur Muhammad Badayuni (d. 1135 AH), Mirza Mazhar Jan-i-Janan (d. 1195 AH) and Shah Abdullah alias Ghulam Ali Dehlavi (d. 1240 AH).
A PhD thesis on the biography and letters of Hazrat Pir Sayyid Muhammad Rashid alias Rozay Dhani (d. 1234 AH), a great Sufi shaykh and the founder of Pir Pagara line of pirs in Sindh. The letters are translated in Sindhi, and a copy of the original Persian manuscript is attached at the end (about 100 pages).
Allama ibn Taimiya Aor Un Ke Ham-Asr Ulama علامہ ابن تیمیہ اور ان کے ہمعصر علماء, a great scholarly work on the life and legacy of Ibn Taimiya, one of the most disputed scholars of Islamic history.
A short book of Seerah of the Final Prophet Muhammad, may peace and blessings be upon him.
Manuscript about Naqshbandi tariqa by Shaykh Abdur-Rahman al-Aidarous [1135-1192 AH]
رساله في الطريقه النقشبنديه .النفحه العيدروسيه في الطريقه النقشبنديه
Manuscript about Naqshbandi tariqa by Imam Murtada al-Hussaini az-Zabidi (d. 1205 AH)
This is a manuscript containing the following three short writings:
A manuscript of a commentary (Sharah) by an anonymous author, on a text about the spiritual method of the Naqshbandi tariqa, by Shaykh Muhammad Murad Shami Naqshbandi (1132/1720)
A book of prayers from Sunnah, arranged for daily reading according to weekdays. Also contains some other prayers of the Naqshbandi tariqa, and some writings on tariqat.