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Wednesday, 08 August 2012 00:00

حديقة الاولياء، سنڌي

hadiqat-ul-auliya-sdCollection of biographies of the Sufis of Sindh, written in 1016 AH (1607) by Sayyid Abdul Qadir Thattvi Nasarpuri

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Wednesday, 08 August 2012 09:10

مقولات تصوف، سنڌي

maqoolat-e-tasawwuf-sdMalfuzat of the great Sufi saint of Sindh Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Zaman Lawari Naqshbandi, written by Muhammad Ibrahim Sand.

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Wednesday, 08 August 2012 09:05

فتح الفضل، سنڌي

fath-ul-fazl-sdMalfuzat (speeches) of the great Sufi saint of Sindh Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Zaman Lawari Naqshbandi.

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Wednesday, 08 August 2012 08:59

تحفه لنواري شريف، سنڌي

tuhfa-lawari-sharif-sdShort biography of Hazrat Khwaja Muhammad Zaman Lawari Naqshbandi, with written report of 206th Urs Mubarak (annual celebration) at dargah Lawari sharif.

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radd-mizan-ul-amal-sdRadd Mizan-ul-Insaf, a Sindhi book written in refutation of Shia beliefs.

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yanabee-ul-hayatA rare manuscript of an unpublished masterpiece of Sufism written in Persian by Makhdoom Abul Hasan Dahiri Sindhi Naqshbandi (d. 1181 AH). This is one of the major books written on Sufism in the Indian subcontinent, and some scholars have compared it to the Keemya Saadat of Imam Ghazali. This is an encyclopedia of Sufism written in the 12th century Hijri.

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rafa-ul-firyat-manuscriptA rare manuscript about Islamic laws of commerce and economics, in Arabic, authored by a great Sufi scholar of Sindh Hazrat Makhdoom Abul Hasan Dahiri Naqshbandi (d. 1181 AH). This work is unpublished till now.

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tahreer-ajeeb-dahiriA book on the issue of Hadith as a legal authority, written in Sindhi by the great scholar and preacher of Sindh Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Idrees Dahiri Naqshbandi

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Sunday, 20 May 2012 14:22

ماڻڪ موتي لعل، سنڌي

Translation and commenary of Qaseedah Burdah, Qaseedah Ghausia and Qaseedah Imam Azam, three famous Sufi poems.

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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).

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