Displaying items by tag: Tasawwuf (118 books)

saadat-ul-ibad-1First ever commentary (Sharah) of the book Mubda wa Maad, a book written by Imam Rabbani Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindi (d. 1034 AH), a book of spiritual secrets of the great Mujaddid.

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saadat-ul-ibad-1First ever commentary (Sharah) of the book Mubda wa Maad, a book written by Imam Rabbani Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindi (d. 1034 AH), a book of spiritual secrets of the great Mujaddid.

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yanabee-ul-hayatA rare manuscript of an unpublished masterpiece of Sufism written in Persian by Makhdoom Abul Hasan Dahiri Sindhi Naqshbandi (d. 1181 AH).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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Taleem-e-Ghausia, aka Mir'at-ul-Wahdat, authored by Sayyid Gul Hasan Shah Qalandar Qadri, containing teachings and lessons of the Qadri Sufi path as taught by Sayyad Ghaus Ali Shah Qalandar.

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One of the earliest books ever written on Tasawwuf, now translated in Urdu. This is the second of two volumes.

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One of the earliest books ever written on Tasawwuf, now translated in Urdu. This is the first of two volumes.

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Saturday, 02 June 2012 19:07

Khair-ul-Khair - the Naqshbandi Sulook

A book in Urdu on the lessons and spiritual stations of the Naqshbandi Sufi path, authored by Khwaja Mahboob Alam Naqshbandi Saidvi.

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Tuesday, 29 May 2012 08:18

Majmua Tasawwuf - A rare manuscript

Mujmua Tasawwuf (Persian), a rare manuscript of five ancient Sufi writings, including a treatise on Sufism by the great Sufi master of Kubravi order Hazrat Amir-e-Kabir Mir Syed Ali Hamdani (d.786 AH), and a writing of Shaykh Abdul Haqq Muhaddis Dehlavi.

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Tuesday, 29 May 2012 00:00

Chahal Israr by Mir Syed Ali Hamdani

A rare ancient manuscript of a Sufi book in Persian, authored by the great Sufi master of Kubravi order Hazrat Amir-e-Kabir Mir Syed Ali Hamdani (d.786 AH), popular with his title Amir-e-Kabir, reviver of Islam in the Kashmir valley and buried in Tajikistan.

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Saturday, 24 March 2012 00:00

ڪشف المحجوب، سنڌي ترجمو

Sindhi translation of the first ever Persian book on Sufism, authored by Abul Hasan Sayyid Ali bin Usman Hujweri alias Data Ganj Bakhsh.

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