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Zubdat-ul-Fiqh (Urdu) is one of the best books to learn Hanafi Fiqh. It is a summarized version of Umdat-ul-Fiqh which contains details and proofs as well. It is written in Urdu by Sayyid Zawwar Hussain Shah Naqshbandi Hanafi (1911-1980).
از حضرت خليفو محمود نظاماڻي قادري نقشبندي قدس الله سره
محموديه اڪيڊمي، 1994
هن ڪتاب ۾ سلوڪ طريقه راشديه قادريه نقشبنديه جو بيان آهي، جنهن جي بنياد حضرت پير سيد محمد راشد روضي ڌڻي رحمة الله عليه وڌي. حضرت خليفه محمود نظاماڻي سندن وڏا ۽ اعظم خليفا هئا جن سندن جا ملفوظات شريف پڻ جمع ڪيا.
Mahboobiyat-ul-Mahmoodiya (Sindhi) is a wonderful book by the great Sufi saint Hazrat Khalifo Mahmood Nizamani (of Kario Ganhwar, Badin, Sindh, d.1851). This is Sindhi translation of the book originally written in Persian. It documents the Sulook (Path) of the Sufi order started by Hazrat Pir Sayyid Muhammad Rashid Rozay Dhani (founder of Pir Pagara line).
Manuscripts of Islamic Books from the Qasmiya Library, Kandiaro, Sindh. These manuscripts are scanned in high quality, some of them missing author names.
Al-Hujjat al-Qawiyyah Fi al-Radd Ala Man Qadah Fi al-Hafiz Ibn Taymiyya
By Imam Makhdoom Muhammad Hashim Thattvi Sindhi (d. 1174 AH)
الحجة القوية في الرد على من قدح في الحافظ ابن تيمية للامام محمد هاشم التتوي السندي
Hafiz Ibn Taymiyya is a controvercial scholar. In general, Ahl al-Sunnah believe him as a scholar of Ahl-as-Sunnah but with major errors in his Ijtehad.
He wrote a book against the beliefs of Rawafidh (Shiite sect). This contained some statements which were even disturbing for the Sunni scholars, and one of them called Makhdoom Muhammad Mueen Thattvi wrote a Radd against that book.
Makhdoom Muhammad Hashim was not a follower of Ibn Taymiyya. But the book of Radd contained some statements which were against the beliefs and practices of Sunni Muslims and against Ibn Taymiyya. Therefore, Makhdoom Hashim wrote this book as a Radd against the book of Makhdoom Mueen Thattvi.
Shah Jo Risalo شاه جو رسالو - compiled by Allama I.I. Kazi
Published by Sindhi Adabi Board Jamshoro (Pakistan) in 1993
Shah Jo Risalo (شاه جو رسالو) is the most celebrated poetic work in the Sindhi language. A collection of short verses, it comprises of allegorical Sufi poetry that is highly ecstatic and full of divine love. It was verbally quoted from the most famous Sindhi Sufi poet Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai, collected by his followers in the form of a Risalo or Divan. This version is based on the less known but more authentic edition by Allama I. I. Kazi, the person with immense knowledge of Shah’s biography and poetry.
Tuhfat-ul-Kiram (Sindhi) تحفة الڪرام
By: Mir Ali Sher Qane' Thattvi مير علي شير قانع ٺٽوي
Translated by: Makhdum Ameer Muhammad
Makhdum Muhammad Hashim Thattvi
(Arabic: العلامة المخدوم محمد هاشم بن عبدالغفور بن عبدالرحمان التتوي السندي الحارثي الحنفي)
(Sindhi: مخدوم محمد هاشم ٺٽوي)
Born: 10 Rabi' al-Awwal 1104 A.H. (1692 CE)
Died: Thursday 6 Rajab 1174 AH. at 70 years of age
Complete Biography in Sindhi by: Dr. Abdul-Rasool Qadri (ڊاڪٽر عبدالرسول قادري)
Sindhi poetry by Haji Ahmed Hasan Lashari
حاجي احمد حسن لاشاري جي سنڌي شاعري
سوانح حيات حضرت سهڻا سائين، حصو ٻيو
ليکڪ: بيدار مورائي
Sawaneh Hayat Hazrat Sohna Saeen (Sindhi), biogrpahy of the famous Sufi saint of Sindh Hazrat Sohna Saeen. Volume 2