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  •  The Tawasin of Mansur Al-Hallaj

    The Tawasin of Mansur Al-Hallaj

    Author of The Tawasin, Mansur Al-Hallaj was a Persian mystic, revolutionary writer and teacher of Sufism most famous for his apparent, but disputed, self-proclaimed divinity, his poetry and for [...]

    The Tawasin of Mansur Al-Hallaj
    4 (80%) 1 vote[s]
  •  Ghazali

    Ghazali

    This fascinating work profiles Abu Hamid al-Ghazali (1058-1111), the foremost Islamic scholar and mystic of the medieval period. Attracting the patronage of the vizier Nizam al-Mulk early in his [...]

    Ghazali
    3.1 (61.18%) 17 vote[s]
  •  Al-Siraj- The Lantern on the Path To Allah Almighty

    Al-Siraj- The Lantern on the Path To Allah Almighty

    A guide for spiritual wayfarers on ethics and ways to strengthen one’s faith, with the goal to reach Allah (swt).     Source: al-islam.org

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  •  A Sufi Message of Spiritual Liberty

    A Sufi Message of Spiritual Liberty

    Inayat Khan wrote this short book for his friends who wanted an introduction to Sufism. The book includes an autobiography of the author as well as information on the Sufi thought of various [...]

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  •  Cosmology and Architecture in Premodern Islam

    Cosmology and Architecture in Premodern Islam

    This fascinating interdisciplinary study reveals connections between architecture, cosmology, and mysticism. Samer Akkach demonstrates how space ordering in premodern Islamic architecture [...]

    Cosmology and Architecture in Premodern Islam
    5 (100%) 1 vote[s]
  •  Travelling the Path of Love

    Travelling the Path of Love

    A collection of sayings of the Sufi masters from the ninth century to the present day. Resonant with devotion, the writings describe the spiritual path with simplicity, directness, humor, and wisdom.

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  •  The Kashf al-Mahjub

    The Kashf al-Mahjub

    The Kashful Mahjub: Unveiling the Veiled The Earliest Persian Treatise on Sufism Kashful Mahjub, originally in Persian, was written at the request of a student of Sufism at that time. He had [...]

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  •  Sa‘di The Poet of Life, Love and Compassion

    Sa‘di The Poet of Life, Love and Compassion

    One of greatest Persian writers of both classical prose and poetry, Sa’di was revered in his time as a man of great wisdom and passion. Filled with extracts of the poet’s melodious [...]

    Sa‘di The Poet of Life, Love and Compassion
    3 (60%) 5 vote[s]
  •  Futuh Al Ghaib (The Revelations of The Unseen)

    Futuh Al Ghaib (The Revelations of The Unseen)

    This book is a translation of a work by an early Sufi Shaikh and founder of one of the largest Sufi orders in the Muslim world. On reading it it is no surprise the popularity of the order. One of [...]

    Futuh Al Ghaib (The Revelations of The Unseen)
    3 (59%) 40 vote[s]
  •  Spirits Rebellious

    Spirits Rebellious

    A clarion call for freedom from one of the twentieth century’s most important philosophers and writers, Kahlil Gibran A book so powerful it was burned in the marketplace of Beirut at the time of [...]

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  •  The Masnavi, Book One

    The Masnavi, Book One

    Rumi’s Masnavi is widely recognized as the greatest Sufi poem ever written, and has been called “the Koran in Persian.” The thirteenth-century Muslim mystic Rumi composed his [...]

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  •  Ihya Ulum-id-Din – English vol-1

    Ihya Ulum-id-Din – English vol-1

    The masterpiece of Imam al-Ghazzali, unquestionably one of the greatest thinkers and theologians of Islam. He reflects on the totality of his studies in Sufism, skepticism, philosophy, and [...]

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  •  The Secret Rose Garden

    The Secret Rose Garden

    Gulshan-i Raz or Gulshan-e Raz (Persian : گلشن راز) or Rose Garden Of Secrets is a collection of poems written in the 14th century by Sheikh Mahmoud Shabestari. It is considered to be one of the [...]

    The Secret Rose Garden
    3 (60%) 1 vote[s]
  •  Voices of Islam  Volume 5 – Voices of Change

    Voices of Islam Volume 5 – Voices of Change

    A collection of essays on Islam and Introduction to Islamic Modernism and the Challenge of Reform.Includes essays such as “Creativity, Innovation, and Heresy in Islam” by Umar F. [...]

    Voices of Islam Volume 5 – Voices of Change
    2.3 (46.67%) 9 vote[s]
  •  The Masnavi i Ma’navi

    The Masnavi i Ma’navi

    This is the abridged Whinfield translation of the Masnavi. The Masnavi is an extensive poem by Rumi, the celebrated Persian Sufi saint and poet. It is one of the best known and most influential [...]

    The Masnavi i Ma’navi
    3 (60%) 1 vote[s]
  •  Islamic Gnosis (Irfan) and Wisdom (Hikmat)

    Islamic Gnosis (Irfan) and Wisdom (Hikmat)

    The Concepts of ‘Irfan, Sufism, Hikmat and Philosophy.In the cosmic realm, human beings are like balls released into space which have within them a hidden potential energy for flight into [...]

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  •  Panjabi Sufi Poets

    Panjabi Sufi Poets

    Great Sufi Poets of the Punjab Translations, Introductions by Krishna, L. R.  The ideal of the Punjabi Sufi poets was to find God in all His creation and thus attain union with Him. Thus union or [...]

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  •  The Hikam of Ibn Ata’llah

    The Hikam of Ibn Ata’llah

    The Hikam, or Wisdom, of the great Sufi Master Ibn `Ata ‘Allah al-Iskandari has long been acknowledged as an essential and classic masterwork of the Islamic science of enlightenment. Ibn [...]

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  •  Islamic Sprituality Foundations

    Islamic Sprituality Foundations

    A broad-ranging, illustrated, scholarly treatment of core topics in Islamic spirituality. This book discusses the foundations of Sufism, including the Qur’an, the Hadith, pilgrimage, and prayer, [...]

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  •  The Rose Garden of Sa’di (Or the Gulistan)

    The Rose Garden of Sa’di (Or the Gulistan)

    Sadi’s Gulistan, or The Rose Garden, is both one of the best known of the Sufi classics and a major work of Persian literature. From its creation in the first half of the 13th century, this [...]

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