A great book of Tasawwuf by Imam Ghazali which is like a summarized version of Ihya-ul-Uloom.
A book of spiritual revelations by the great Mujaddid and Imam Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindi. This contains the original Persian text (in Urdu script) and Urdu translation.
Maqamat Masoomi is a great and authentic book on the biography and history of Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Masoom Faruqi Sirhindi (d. 1079 AH). It has been published with full details and original text in four volumes.
Urdu translation of the book Al-Hadiqat al-Nadiyah by Shaykh Muhammad bin Sulaiman Baghdadi Naqshbandi Khalidi (d. 1234 AH). It is one of the essential books of the Khalidi Naqshbandi tariqah with short biography of Maulana Khalid al-Baghdadi (1190-1242 AH)
مقصود العارفين، رسالو شيخ مغل ڀينءَ
لکيل مخدوم عاري
سنڌيڪار نياز همايوني
ڇپايل انسٽيٽيوٽ آف سنڌالاجي، ڄامشورو، 1989
A treatise on the life and speeches of Shaykh Mughal Bheen (died 601 AH), one of the earliest Sufis of Sindh who was a direct student of Shaykh Abdul Qadir Jilani. Although not all details are authentic, it is a rare glimpse into the Sindhi society and spiritual life in the 6th century Hijri.
بيان العارفين و تنبيه الغافلين، رسالو شاه عبدالڪريم بلڙي وارو
ڇپايل سنڌي ادبي بورڊ، ڄامشورو، 2007
Bayan-ul-Arifeen wa Tanbeeh-ul-Ghafileen, Risalo of Shah Abdul Karim Bulri Waro, great grandfather of Shah Abdul Lateef Bhitai. Written in 1038 AH.
Biographical skechtes of the Sindhi Auliya of Buhanpur India, who had migrated from Sindh and settled in Burhanpur city, India. Most famous of them is Hazrat Shaykh Isa bin Qasim Sindhi Shattari (d. 1031 AH).
Tahqeeq-ul Haqq-ul Mubeen Fi Ajwibat Masail Arbaeen, originally in Persian and translated in Urdu, is a book written by the great Naqshbandi master and shaykh of 19th century Shah Ahmad Saeed Mujaddidi Madani (1217-1277). It was written to refute the book Masail Arbaeen of Shah Muhammad Ishaq Dehlavi who was one of the founders of Indian Wahhabism. This book is an evidence to the struggles of Naqshbandi Sufi masters against the Wahhabi movement and sectarian preaching in India.
Fusoos-ul-Hikam (ringstones of wisdom) is one of the most famous books of Shaykh-ul-Akbar Ibn Arabi. It contains 27 Fusoos (chapters) each dedicated to an Islamic Prophet and his story, and takes spiritual meanings from that story. The translation is superb and scholarly by one of the great Sufi scholars of 20th century Maulana Abdul Qadeer Siddiqi, who has explained the basic theme of each story before the start of each chapter. The translation and commentary is based on the orthodox Sunni Islamic principles and was written to form a textbook for the students of Islamic knowledge in Osmania University Hyderabad (India).
A commentary in Persian by Shaykh Muhibullah on selected parts of Fusoos-ul-Hikam of Shaykh Ibn Arabi.