Displaying items by tag: Wahhabism (27 books)
الاصول الاربعہ فی تردید الوھابیہ کا اردو ترجمہ
مصنف علامہ مولانا محمد حسن جان مجددی سرہندی
Tahqeeq-ul Haqq-ul Mubeen Fi Ajwibat Masail Arbaeen, originally in Persian and translated in Urdu, is a book written by the great Naqshbandi master and shaykh of 19th century Shah Ahmad Saeed Mujaddidi Madani (1217-1277). It was written to refute the book Masail Arbaeen of Shah Muhammad Ishaq Dehlavi who was one of the founders of Indian Wahhabism. This book is an evidence to the struggles of Naqshbandi Sufi masters against the Wahhabi movement and sectarian preaching in India.
A collection of 10 writings of Hazrat Haji Imdadullah Muhajir Makki, a great shaykh of Chishti tariqah in the Indian subcontinent. It includes the following works:
Allama ibn Taimiya Aor Un Ke Ham-Asr Ulama علامہ ابن تیمیہ اور ان کے ہمعصر علماء, a great scholarly work on the life and legacy of Ibn Taimiya, one of the most disputed scholars of Islamic history.
A short book on the validity of the practice of Mawlid in Islam, written to refute the claims of Wahhabi scholars who denied Mawlid being Islamic. This is an exact reprint of the original manuscript in the handwriting of the author.
Fasl-ul-Khitab (Urdu) by Maulana Fazl-e-Rasool Qadri Badayuni
The Sunni Path is a book in the refutation of Wahhabiya published by Hakikat Kitabevi Turkey in multiple languages.
This book contains five different writings about the true beliefs of Ahl as-Sunnah, by some of the highly respected Sunni scholars. It includes two writings by al-Shaarani and al-Nabahani, and the Aqaid Nasafiyya, the most famous treatise on Sunni beliefs. It also includes a translation of a letter of Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindi, and a short risalah of Mawlana Khalid al-Baghdadi regarding the validity of the practice of Rabita in Sufism.
Haqq al-Mubin (Urdu) is a book about refutation of the Deobandi creed, written by the great Sunni scholar Syed Ahmed Saeed Kazmi (d. 1406 A.H = 1986).
This is a book written by Maulana Abdul-Samee, a khalifa of Hazrat Haji Imdadullah Muhajir Makki, about the validity of Mawlid and Fatiha and other matters of difference with the Deobandi scholars.