الرعاية لحقوق الله، العربية
للإمام العارف الحارث بن اسد المحاسبي، المتوفي 243هه
Ar-Ri'āyat Li Huqooq'illāh, Arabic, 550 pages, by the great saint Harith Muhasibi (d.243 AH). One of the earliest writings on Tasawwuf.
عمدة الفقه في المذهب الحنبلي الامام ابن قدامه
Author: Imam Ibn Qudamah
تنبيه الغبي في تختية ابن عربي، الامام جلال الدين السيوطي رحمه الله
When one of his shaykhs, Burhan al-Din Ibrahim ibn `Umar al-Biqa`i (d. 885), attacked Ibn `Arabi in a tract entitled Tanbih al-Ghabi ila Takfir Ibn `Arabi ("Warning to the Dolt That Ibn `Arabi is an Apostate"), al-Suyuti countered with a tract entitled Tanbih Al-Ghabi fi Takhti'a Ibn `Arabi ("Warning to the Dolt That Faults Ibn `Arabi"). Both epistles have been published.
In his reply al-Suyuti states that he considers Ibn `Arabi a Friend of Allah whose writings are forbidden to those who read them without first learning the technical terms used by the Sufis. He cites from Ibn Hajar's list in Anba' al-Ghumr, among the trusted scholars who kept a good opinion of Ibn `Arabi or counted him a wali: Ibn `Ata' Allah al-Sakandari (d. 709), al-Yafi`i (d. 678), Ibn `Abd al-Salam after the latter's meeting with al-Shadhili, Shihab al-Din Abu al-`Abbas Ahmad ibn Yahya al-Malwi al-Tilimsani (d. 776), Siraj al-Din Abu Hafs `Umar ibn Ishaq al-Hindi al-Hanafi (d. 773) the author of Sharh al-Hidaya and Sharh al-`Ayni, Najm al-Din al-Bahi al-Hanbali (d. 802), al-Jabarti (d. 806), the major lexicographer al-Fayruzabadi (d. 818), Shams al-Din al-Bisati al-Maliki (d. 842), al-Munawi (d. 871), and others. Of note with regard to the above is the abundant use of Ibn `Arabi's sayings by al-Munawi in his commentary of al-Suyuti's Jami` al-Saghir entitled Fayd al-Qadir, and by Fayruzabadi in his commentary on Bukhari's Sahih.
(Notes written by Sheikh G.F Haddad. http://www.livingislam.org/suyuti_e.html)
Urdu translation of Maqamat-e-Mazhari (in Persian), biography of Hazrat Mirza Mazhar Jan-e-Janan Shaeed (1111-1195 AH), one of the greatest Sufi shaykhs of the Naqshbandi tariqah.