A rare manuscript of an unpublished masterpiece of Sufism written in Persian by Makhdoom Abul Hasan Dahiri Sindhi Naqshbandi (d. 1181 AH).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.
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.
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.