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Unicode Qur'an

By: Classic Sacred Texts

Description: Between these two covers you will find the answer to those questions which touch the very depths of your soul. Why am I here? Where am I heading? How does one achieve happiness? Can one really find inner-peace? How can the “God” issue be resolved? Is blind faith and the curbing of logic the only road to spiritual nourishment? The answers given are plain and simple. All that is required to benefit is truthfulness with oneself, and unbiased approach, and a si...

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Azkar-i Abrar

By: Ghawsi, Muhammad, Mawlavi

Description: Photocopy. London, India Office Library, 1966

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Nach Dem Griechischen Orient

By: Stark, Karl Bernhard, 1824-1879
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Selections from the Poetry of the Afghans, Score Spa

By: H. Geo. Raverty

Description: This is an anthology of English translations of Pushto poets from the 16th century on. Most, if not all, of these poets are Sufi. They utilize the poetic vocabulary of Sufiism: the tavern, the wine, the flowers, etc., all actually technical t

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The Holy Qur'An, Score Quran

By: A. Yusuf Ali

Description: The Quran also transliterated Qur'an, Koran, Al-Coran, Qur'ān, Coran, Kuran, and Al-Qur'ān, is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims consider the word of God.

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The Hadîqatu' L-haqîqat, Score Egt

By: J. Stephenson

Description: Several years ago, on looking up the literature pertaining to the earlier Sufi poets of Persia, I found that there was no European edition or translation, nor even any extended account of the contents of any of the works of Sana'i. Considerin

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The Conference of Baghdad's Ulema, Score Mub

By: Mu'Tamar ulamᐠBaghdád

Description: Translation of Mu'tamar 'Ulama' Baghdad.

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The Alchemy of Happiness, Score Tah

By: Al Ghazzali

Description: The Alchemy of Happiness with Active Table of Contents Translated in 1909, the Kimiya-yi Sa'ādat (The Alchemy of Happiness) was written towards the end of Abū Ḥāmid Muḥammad ibn Muḥammad al-Ghazālī's life shortly before 499/1105. During th

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The Mystics of Islam

By: Reynold A. Nicholson

Description: [Scanned, proofed, and formatted in HTML by Chris Weimer, December 2001; graciously donated to sacred-texts.com for publication. This text is in the public domain in the US. Original pagination has been retained; footnotes have been embedded into the text within braces and in a smaller font({i.e.}). Characters with diacritics have been mapped to the closest ASCII character (e.g. Sûfî is transliterated Sufi). Greek letters have also been eliminated, and (the ...

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Bughiyat Al-mushtq

By: Wardgh, 'Abd Al-Qdir, D. 1895
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Al-Fat Al-rabbn

By: Abd Al-Qdir Al-Jln, D. 1166
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The Battle of Karbala, Score Hus

By: Sacred Texts

Description: The Urdu marsiya, a long poem written on the subject of the Battle of karbala and the martyrdom of Husain, reached its highest stage of development in Lucknow during the first half of nineteenth century.

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Bird Parliament, Score Bp

By: Farid Ud-din Attar

Description: This celebrated Sufi poem, also known as Conference of the Birds, by the 12th century Persian poet Farid ud-Din Attar, is a tale of a journey of a group of thirty birds to the summit of the world mountain, Qaf. An allegory of the Sufi journey

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A Manual of Hadith

By: M. Muhammad Ali

Description: Hadith are oral traditions relating to the words and deeds of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. Hadith collections are regarded as important tools for determining the Sunnah, or Muslim way of life, by all traditional schools of jurisprudence. The Arabic plural is aḥadith. In English academic usage, hadith is often both singular and plural.

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The Maqámát of Badí Al-zamán Al-hamadhání

By: W. J. Prendergast

Description: A Maqama (plural, Maqamat) is an Arabic rhymed prose literary form, with short poetic passages. Maqama is from a root which means 'he stood,' and in this case it means to stand in a literary discussion in order to orate. The two classical exponents of the Maqama were Hamadhani (967-1007), the composer of this work, and the later and better-known Hariri (1054-1122). Hamadhani was born in Hamadhan, the ancient Ecbatana, in what is now Iran (to the southwest o...

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Ḥikmet-i Ḥuḳūḳ-i İslāmīye

By: Fehm, Memed
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The Kasîdah of Hâjî Abdû El-yezdî, Score Kas

By: Richard Burton

This was written by Sir Richard Burton under the pseudonym of Hâjî Abdû El-Yezdî after his return from Mecca in 1854. Observant readers will note that the Kasîdah contains many references to 19th Century scientific and philosophical concepts, most notably

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'Ilj-i Darmndah

By: Abul Qsim Banras, Muammad
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Islamic Date

Description: The starting point for the Islamic calendar was fixed at the date of the new moon during the first lunar month in the year in which Mohammed and his followers left Mecca for Medina (the Hegira). The abbreviation A.H. stands for 'Anno Hegirae' (Latin for the Year of the Hegira). The Hegira (which is actually pronounced Hijra) is often translated as 'the flight'; however this translation has been questioned by Islamic scholars; it probably means 'to break off ...

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