Displaying items by tag: Naqshbandi (281 books)
تاریخ و تذکرہ خانقاہ مظہریہ دہلی، اردو
از محمد نذیر رانجھا
This is a history of the great Naqshbandi shrine called Khanqah Mazhariyah Delhi, with biographies of its founders including Shah Saifuddin Sirhindi (d. 1096 AH), Sayyid Nur Muhammad Badayuni (d. 1135 AH), Mirza Mazhar Jan-i-Janan (d. 1195 AH) and Shah Abdullah alias Ghulam Ali Dehlavi (d. 1240 AH).
Manuscript about Naqshbandi tariqa by Shaykh Abdur-Rahman al-Aidarous [1135-1192 AH]
رساله في الطريقه النقشبنديه .النفحه العيدروسيه في الطريقه النقشبنديه
Manuscript about Naqshbandi tariqa by Imam Murtada al-Hussaini az-Zabidi (d. 1205 AH)
This is a manuscript containing the following three short writings:
A manuscript of a commentary (Sharah) by an anonymous author, on a text about the spiritual method of the Naqshbandi tariqa, by Shaykh Muhammad Murad Shami Naqshbandi (1132/1720)
A book of prayers from Sunnah, arranged for daily reading according to weekdays. Also contains some other prayers of the Naqshbandi tariqa, and some writings on tariqat.
A complete history with related biographies of the famous Sufi khanqah Ahmadia Saeedia, at Musa Zai Sharif, district D.I. Khan, Pakistan
A history of the khanqah Sirajia Naqshbandia, Kundiyan Sharif, founded by Abu as-Saad Ahmad Khan Naqshbandi, a khalifa of Khwaja Muhammad Sirajuddin Naqshbandi (d. 1333 H) of Musa Zai Sharif.
Biography of the great Sufi master and shaykh Hazrat Khwaja Abul Hasan Kharaqani (d. 425 AH)
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).