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كتاب منارات السائرين ومقامات الطائرين، العربية
تصنيف الشيخ أبو بكر عبد الله بن محمد بن شاهور الأُسدي الرازي، المتوفي 654 هجرية. هو من خلفاء الشيخ نجم الدين الكبرى وتوفي في بغداد
Manarat as-Saireen wa Maqamat at-Taireen, Arabic, by Shaykh Abu Bakr Usadi Razi (d.654 AH), khalifa of Shaykh Najm ad-Din Kubra.
تذکرہ اولیائے پاکستان، جلد دوم، اردو
مصنف: عالم فقری
شبیر برادرز، اردو بازار، لاہور، 1993ء
Tazkirah Awliya-i Pakistan, volume 2
Hazrat Mir Muhammad Noman was one of the famous Khulafa (deputies) of Hazrat Imam Rabbani Mujaddid Alf-i-Sani Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindi (d. 1034 AH). This book contains his authored treatise on Mujaddidi Sulook and Sufi path, and is one of the earliest writings on Naqshbandi tariqa. Attached is Risalah Qayyumiyat by Zaid Abul-Hasan Faruqi (d. 1993), which explains the spiritual status of a Qayyum. Maktabah Mujaddidiyah is pleased to have been able to digitize this valuable and ancient treatise for the benefit of a wider public.
This is a list of all the writings of Jalaluddin Suyuti with brief introductory notes and links to those writings on the Internet.
Imam Jalaluddin al-Suyuti (849-911 A.H.) was one of the greatest scholars of Islam, a great Muhaddith, a Faqih of Shafi'i school, and a writer with hundreds of written works. Most of his works are still available today and widely read, published and translated.
Shah Jo Risalo شاه جو رسالو - compiled by Allama I.I. Kazi
Published by Sindhi Adabi Board Jamshoro (Pakistan) in 1993
Shah Jo Risalo (شاه جو رسالو) is the most celebrated poetic work in the Sindhi language. A collection of short verses, it comprises of allegorical Sufi poetry that is highly ecstatic and full of divine love. It was verbally quoted from the most famous Sindhi Sufi poet Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai, collected by his followers in the form of a Risalo or Divan. This version is based on the less known but more authentic edition by Allama I. I. Kazi, the person with immense knowledge of Shah’s biography and poetry.
Your Way to Islam
The Revival of the Religious Sciences Iḥyāʾ ʿulūm al-dīn) إحياء علوم الدين is widely regarded as the greatest work of Muslim spirituality.
By Imam Abu Hamid al-Ghazali (450-505 AH) امام ابو حامد الغزالي
The Revival of the Religious Sciences is divided into four parts, each containing ten chapters. Part one deals with knowledge and the requirements of faith—ritual purity, prayer, charity, fasting, pilgrimage, recitation of the Qurʾān, and so forth; part two concentrates on people and society—the manners related to eating, marriage, earning a living, and friendship; parts three and four are dedicated to the inner life of the soul and discuss first the vices that people must overcome in themselves and then the virtues that they must strive to achieve.