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Risalah Waldiyah, a book authored by the famous Naqshbandi shaykh Hazrat Khwaja Ubaydullah Ahrar Samarqandi (d.895 AH). This contains an Urdu translation with the Turkish text which was translated by Mughal emperor Babur (from Farsi). Another translation of the original Farsi text is also included, as the Persian text was later found.
نکات الصوفية شرح الابيات السندية
مؤلف الابيات سلطان الاولياء الشيخ محمد زمان اللواري (المتوفي 1188هه)
مؤلف النڪات الشيخ عبد الرحيم الکرهوري (المتوفي 1192هه)
اڪاديمية شاه ولي الله، حيدرآباد السند باکستان
Nukat-us-Sufiyyah Sharah al-Abyat al-Sindiyyah, Arabic commentary on the Sindhi poetry of Sultan al-Awliya Khwajah Muhammad Zaman of Luwari (d. 1188 AH/1774), by Shaykh Abdul Rahim Girhori Shaheed (d. 1192 AH/1779).
The 200 letters of Shaykh Sharaf al-Din Yahya Maneri, a great Sufi scholar and author of several books, translated in Urdu by Sayyid Qaseemuddin Firdosi
This Seerah series is the historic work of the late Justice Peer Muhammad Karam Shah al-Azhari (RA) [1918-1998] - a renowned Islamic scholar, Justice of the Supreme Court of Pakistan and Sufi Saint of the Chishtiyah Spiritual Order - comprising major historical research, and reflective of the love and reverence the author had in his heart for the Beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
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 complete history with related biographies of the famous Sufi khanqah Ahmadia Saeedia, at Musa Zai Sharif, district D.I. Khan, Pakistan
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).