Jalal Ed Din Rumi The whirling Dervishes. By Ira Friedlander, a handsomely illustrated account of the history of the Mevlevi Dervishes, their eclipse under Attaturk's political reform of Turkey, and their partial re emergence in the name of contemporary Tourism". 1975, 159 pp.
Jalal Ed Din The Whirling Ecstacy. Excerpts from the classical 14th c. AD biography by Aflaki, detailing Rumi's meeting with Shamsi Tabriz, who transformed him from a scholar to a mystic. 32 pp.
Jami, Abd Ar Rahman Fitzgerald's Salaman and Absalom. The title indicates an examination by AJ Arberry of a translation of Jami's poem by Edward Fitzgerald, to which Arberry has added a literal translation and his own free translation, Nur ed Din Abd ar Rahman Jami, a Persian mystical poet and Sufi of the 15th c. AD, composed mystical poems symbolizing in erotic images the love of the soul for God; which have become classics of Persian literature: Majnun and Leila, Yusuf and Zuleikha and Salaman and Absalom, the characters of which, according to Najm ed Din Tusi are "symbols denoting the various degrees of the intellects." 2 plates, 1956, viii, 206 pp.
Jami: The Persian Mystic. by F. Hadland Davis, contains notes on the life of Nuruddin Abdur Rahman Jami, great 15th cent. AD Naqshbandi Sufi. Also selections of his mystical works, Salman and Absal. Yusuf and Zuleikha, the Beharistan, and his profoundest treatise, Lawa'ih (Flashes) viii, 103 pp.
Jilani, Abdul Qadir Futuh al Ghaib (revelation of unseen) Eighty discourses of the saint of Baghdad, founder of the Qadariya order of Sufis in the 11 th cent, AD. Remarkable illumination of Sufi thought in sympathetic translation by M.A. Ahmed. 1967 xiii, 213 PP.
Ibn' Arabi. L'Arbre Du Monde. (288 p). Deux océans:
1) Mystical Philosophy of Muhyid Din Ibn' Arabi, study by A.E. Affifi, 1965, XVI, 213 pp.
2) Sufis of Andalusia, Translation by R.W.J. Austin of Ruh al quds and al Durrat al Fâkhirah
3) The Fanthestic Monism of Ibn' Arabi Doctrine of Wahdat ul'wujud (Onesess of Bains) quoted in Arabic and English by SABLE.Hussaini, in work complementing Affifi's, 1970, XVI (250 pp)
The Wisdom of the Prophets (Fusus ul Hikam) Translation by Angela Culme Seymour, 1975, xi, (146 p.p.)
Ibn AI Farid. Poem of the way. Translated by A.J. Arberry from the 14th c. Arable of the Sufi poet, who summarized his mystical experience the Poem of the Way (Nazm of Suluk) of 756 rhymes, 1952 (88 p.p)
Ibn 'Atâ Illah, Sufi Aphorisms. Translated by Victor Danner of Kitam al hikam 1973, XIV, 88 p.p.
Imam Afi Zain ul Abidin. fourth shi'ite Imam, son of hussein by daughter of last pre Islamic ruler of Iran. His prayers included.
The Living Imam nature and status of 12th Imam, belleved by shi'ites to be alive "in occultation", since his final disappearance in 940 AD.
Isutsu, T. The Concept and Reality of Existence. Four essays on islamic and esp. Iranian metaphysics and 'Irfan' (gnosis), including analysis of wahdat al wujud (oneness of being) of 'Ibn' Arabi and Ni'matullah as elaborated by Mulla Sadra long before Western existentialism of Heidegger and Sartre, which it is compared. Greater part of book a study of structure of metaphysics of Sabzawar , outstanding 19th cent Iranian philosopher mystic. indexes. 197 1. iv, 167 pp.
Lehrman, Jonas: Earthly Paradise: Garden and courtyard in Islam. Berkeley, 1981, 240 pp. 243b. and w. illus, 15 color plates, 49 plans.
Lewis (Dr. H. Spencer).
1) "L'art mystique de la guérison" 1971, Editions Rosicruciennes Villeneuve Saint Georges, 3ème édition, 1975.
2) Essais d'un mystique moderne, 1977
Lings, Martin what is Sufism?. A practicing Sufi (Abu Bakr Siraj ed Din), knows his subject intimately, his purpose is not so much to provide information on sufism that is readily available elsewhere as to afford an understanding of its inner dimensions, i.e. what Sufisrn means to Sufis, as well as what it is not and does not mean. A clear and reliable introduction to Sufism. 1975, 130 pp.
Lings, Martin Que es el sufismo? Madrid, Ed. Taurus. 1981. 138 pags.
Lings, Martin, A Moslern Saint of the Twentieth century, George Allen and Unwin LDT, London, 1961.
Lings, Martin and safadi, Yasin The Qur'an catalogue of the 1976 world of Islam exhibitl on of Qur'an arranged and annotated by distinguished Muslim and Sufi, Dr. Lings, former keeper of oriental manuscripts of the British Library, with aid of present Assistant keeper of the Arabic collection. Excellent introduction to Qur'anic manuscripts with short essays on each of styles displayed: Kufic, maghribli, early Naskhi and Ruyhani, early muhaqqaq and Thulth, Mamluk, Il Khanid, Timurid, Ottoman, Safavid and a few l9th c. Persian copies. Brief section on bindings, glossary of Arabic words, Bibliog., index. 24 full page color plates, 59 illust., some full page, 152 Qu'rans annotated in detail. 1976.
Litvak, L (El Jardin de Allah), Temas del exotismo musulman en Espana, (1880 1913), 1985 (173 p)
Lopez Barrios, F y Haguerty, M.J.: Murieron para vivir. El Resurgimiento del Islam y el Sufismo en Espana, Barcelona, Argos Vergara, 1983, 239 pags.
G. Marçais (notes sur les Ribats en Berbérie). In melanges René Basset, Paris T.2 p. 395. 430
Akhbar AI Hallaj: recueil d'oraisons et d'exhortations du martyr mystique de l'Islam Husayn Ibn Mansur Hallaj/ mis en ordre vers 360/971 par Nasrabâdhi et deux fois remanié, publié, annoté et traduit par Louis Massignon et Paul Krauss, 3e ed. Paris J. Vrin. 1975.
Louis, Massignon. Akhbar AI Hallaj. Trad. 1957. 3 ed. 378 p. (Etudes musulmanes 4).
Mazzaoui, M.M. (Origins of Safawids: chiisme, Sufism and the Ghulât), 1972 (1 02p.p.)
Miraj nameh. The Miraculous Journey of Mahomet. Translated from the Arabic by Mir Haydar; introduction and commentaries by Marie Rose Séguy; translated from the french by Richard Pevear. London: Scholar press, 1977. 158 p.: col, ill. 30 cm
AI Muhassibi, Harith: An Early Muslim of Bagdad by Margaret Smith, 1935
Nasr, Seyyed Hossein, Islamic Studies. Essays dealing with three basic aspects of Islam and its intellectual and spiritual life: social and juridical dimensions of Islam, concerned with sacred law; the sciences of nature, and the philosophical and metaphysical aspects, which, in Islam are contained in philosophy on the one hand and sufism on the other. Continuation of the themes of Ideals and Realities. 1967, 155 pp.
Nasr, Seyyed Hossein The Encounter of man and nature subtitled "The Spiritual Crisis of Modern Man," This comparative study by a muslim scholar of the place of man in relation to natural world, illuminates attitude of christianity, Hinduism, Taoism, and Islam, shows the ecological crisis is an aspect of modem western man's spiritual crisis, 1968, 152 pp
Nasr, Seyyed Hossein Ideals and Realities of Islam An introduction to the religion of Islam, intended originaly for Muslims confused by contact with the christian west. Excellent review written from within Sufism of all of Islam: origin, doctrine, sects (Shi'ah, Sunni, Isma'ili, etc.), law and mysticism. By one of the leading scholars of Iran. 1967, 183 pp.
Nasr, Seyyed Hossein Sufi Essays. Penetrating account of the spiritual and metaphysical message and significance of Sufism as a living spiritual tradition. Emphasis on the pertinence of Sufi teaching to contemporary problems. 1974, 184 pp.
Nasr, Seyyed Hossein Three Muslim Sages (Avicenna Suhrawardi Ibn'Arabi) Really a study of Muslim philosophy, Illuminationism, and Sufism in terms of the lives and works of three towering figures in these fields: Avicenna (d. 1037 A.D.), Suhrawardi (b. 1153 A.D.) and Ibn' Arabi (b.1165 A.D.) and based on lectures delivred at Harvard University. Includes discussion of forerunners of each and development of these key aspects of Muslim intellectual and spiritual life. Text, 121 pp., bibliog. notes, index, 64 pp. 1967 (rep).
Needleman, Jacob (Ed) The Sword of Gnosis. A collection of essays on metaphysics, cosmology, tradition and symbolism mostly Islamic in viewpoint by Schuon, Guenon, Pallis, Lings, Burckhardt, Hossein Nasr, etc... from the quaterly ''studies in Comparative Religion" for which a valuable cumulative index by author in appended. 1974, 464 pp.
Nicholson, R.A. The Idea of Personality in Sufism. Attempts to show with examples literature that Sufism is not essentially pantheistic, but often bears marks of genuinely personal religion inspired by a personal God. vii, 106 pp.
Nicholson, R.A. The Mystics of Islam. An early, but still valuable study by the eminent orientalist of Sufism covering The Path, Illumination, Gnosis, Divine Love, Saints and miracles, The Unitive State, with useful notes and translations of original material not available elsewhere. 1963,viii, 178 pp.
Nizami, Khaliq Ahmad Life and Times of Sheikh Farid ud Din Ganj i Shaka Scholarly but deeply sympathetic biography of the 13th cent. Chisti saint known as Baba Farid. Life, teachings, poetry, influence on non muslims, biog. notes on successors. Admiring foreword by H.A.R. Gibb. Extensive biblio.; index, 1973, xii, 144 pp.
Nurbakhsh, Javad: Divani Nurbakhsh Sufi Poetry. New York, 1980, 265pp.
Palacios, Miguel, A. : "Contacts de la spiritualité musulmane et de la spiritualité chrétienne" Islam et Occident, pp. 67 a72.
Parrinder, Geoffrey Jesus in the Qur'an. Prof. Parrinder approaches Islam as a religion akin to christianity and explores sympathetically all the 93 verses in which Jesus is mentioned, setting them in context of Qur'an as whole. Concentrates on detailed examination of Qur'anic teachings about birth connected with him, giving parallels in Gospel where they occur. general Qur'ani and Biblical indexes. 1976 (rep), 187 pp.
Pelly, col. Lewis The Miracle Play of Hasan and Husain. Authentic 19th cent. compilation by Oersians under direction of secretary of British Embassy of a complete Tazzalya play, by which Shi'ites memorialize the martyrdoms of Imam Hassan (A.S.) and Imam Hussain (A.S.), esp. murder of latter on 10th Moharram 61 A.H. (680 A.D.). Extensively annotated by A.N. Wollaston from 19th cent. sources, including, unfortunately, George Sale, who was hostile to Islam and ignorant of Shi'ism. Nevertheless most valuable and best material on subject in English known to us. repr. of 1879 ed. v.i. xxxii, 303 pp; V. 11, 342 pp, incl. 4 p index to notes.
Probst, Biraben (Une confrérie musulmane moderne: (les Alaouiya, en terre d'Islam), 3e trim, 1945
Quesnot (F.). Les Cadres Maraboutiques de L'Islam Sénégalais, In Chailley (M.) Edit, Notes et Etudes sur L'Islam en Afrique Noire, Documents du Cheam, Paris, J. Peyronnet, 1962.
Rahman, Fazlur The Philosophy of Mullah Sadra. The only known treatment in English of the 17th cent. Persian philosopher. Rahman's conviction that lie was not a Sufi is probably correct , but the source of his rational expression was Shi'ite Irfan (Gnosis) as Corbin shows (see Sufism) and Rahman acknowledges. Part 1: Ontology; Part Il: hagiology; Part Il: Psychology: Man and his Destiny. Notes, indexes. 1975, viii, 277pp.
Rice, Cyprian, O.P. The Persian Sufis. Written in terms of christian mysticism by a Dominica'n priest, bearing the imprimatur of the church and acknowledges having advice of a Pir (Spiritual Master) of Ni'matullahi Order of Sufis in Teheran. Includes translations of excerpts from Najim ed Din Razi, 13th c. AD Kubrawiyya Sufi. Describes the Sufi way and its goal, principle doctrines and Sufi practices. Clear, readable introduction. 1964, 104 pp.
Sa'adi Of Shiraz The Bustan (Fruit Orchard). Translation by A.H. Edwards of entertaining anectodes and devotional wisdom of the sage of Shiraz. Born 1175 AD, Saadi was a disciple of the Sufi Pir Abdul Qadir Mani. 156 pp.
Sachedina, Abdulaziz Abdulhussein: Islamic Messianism/ The Idea of Mahdi in Twelver Shi'ism. Albany, 1981. 233pp.
Saeed, Maulana Ahmad Key to the Garden of Bliss translated by Rahm Ali al Hashimi from Urdu collection of ahadith setting forth pious actions and worthy deeds, including prayers and other pillars of Islam, dhikr, relations with others, death, dreams, etiquette, glossary. 1971. 451pp.
Saeed, Maulana Ahmad Fear of Hell. Translated by Rahm Ali Hashmi from Urdu Collection of ahadith bearing on acts leading to hell, beginning, with making partners with God and ending with bad manners. Appendices on remedies for minor and major sins. Glossary. 1972, 256 pp.
Saeed, Maulana Ahmad What Happens After Death?. Selected ahadith with commentary based on Tadhkirat of Qortobai, various works of Jallaluddin Siyuti, Hafis of Qayyam, Sha'rani and others, translated from Urdu Rahm Ali AI Hashmi, 1974, 494pp.
Sage. Prières et Remèdes qui Guérissent. 197, 460p.
Sana'i, Hakim The Enclosed Garden of Truth. Translation by Maj. Stephensen of the first chapter (of ten) of a Persian classic on Sufism by Sana'i (1118 52 AD) of whom Jallal ed Din Rumi said: "compared to Sana'i 1 am only half baked." XXXIII, text: XXXIII, 197 pp. Persian text: 100pp.
Sana'i, Hakim The walled Garden of Truth. David Pendlebury, follower of Idries Shah, has abridged translation of Hadiqat al Hadiqat by Maj. Stephenson and improved his prose. Not really new translation, but selections well made. In spite of usual protests of Sha's circle that Sufism is ''above'' Islam, Pendlebury acknowledges that its aim is to know God.1974,75pp.
Al Sarraj, Abu Nasr Kitab Al Luma' Fi'l Tasawwuf. One of the earliest extant works on Sufism (4th c. AH) by the master of the master of Abu sa'id ibn al khair. Intended to show consonance of Sufism with the Qur'an and traditions of the Prophet (PBUH). Arabic text and index; 154 pp. English summary, glossary and indexes by R.A. Nicholson. 1963 (rep). 472 pp.
Schimmel, Annemarie Mystical Dimensions of Islam. Most comprehensive work on Sufisrn to appear in English; by a scholar whose heart has not been petrified by the mind nor has the mind been drowned by feelings. Includes history of classical Sufism. Sufi psychology, development of the orders, "theosophical" Sufisrn (wherein Ibn Arabi's much misunderstood Wahdat i wujud, Le. unity of being, perceptively clarified), rose and nightingale theme in Turkish and Persian poetry, development of Sufism in Inde Pakistan; Appendices on mystical calligraphy, letter symbolism, feminine element in Sufism. Extensive bibliog., indexes of Qur'anic quotations, hadith, names and places, subjects. 1975, xxiii, 506 pp.
Schimmel, Annemarie Pain and Grace A Study of two Mystical Writers of 18th Century Muslim India Mir dard ('pain') 1721 1785 of Delhi with Naqshbandi connections and Shah Abdul Latif ('Grace') 1689 1752 of Bhit are compared in beautiful but scholarly treatise by Prof. Schimmel. Dard produced a kind of spiritual biography while Latif is seen in emotional outpourings carefully translated from his Sindhi. Opens with masterful essay on the indian scene in 18th cent. Bibliog., indexes of Qur'anic refs. and ahadith, narnes and technical terms. 1976, xiv, 3 10 pp.
Schimmel, Annemarie, Et Al The Whirlinig Dervishes A Commemoration Commemorate's 700th anniversary of death of jallal ed Din Rumi on Decembre 17, 1273. From International Rumi Committee, beautiful informative collection by Prof. Schimmel, J. Moore, Nail Keseva (a Mehlevi musician) and J. Semers. striking color photographs of tomb of Rumi, calligraphy, turning of dervishes, etc, 1974, 28 pp. full colon,
Schuon Frithjof, Le Soufisme, Voile et quintessence, dervy Livres, 138 p.
Schuon, Frithjof The Logic of Transcendence. Closely reasoned discussion of logical basis for belief in suprarational forms of knowledge, i.e. transcendental gnosis. Chapters on the proofs of God, oriental dialectic and its roots in faith, understanding and believing, nature and function of the spiritual master, man and certainty, etc. 1975 (273 pp).
Schuon, Frithjof Transcendent Unity of Religions. Though Allah is one, his messengers are many. It is therefore a legitimate, though perhaps peripheral study to attempt to discern his oneness behind or within the diversity of the messages. It is important to remember in such pursuit that Muhammad (PBUH), as the Seal of Prophets, is the criterion of completeness and perfection. Though it is not always apparent, Schuon, himself a Moslern as well as a sufi, writes from this view. Originally pub. 1948, 156 pp.
Schuon, Frithjof Understanding Islam. Translated by D.N. Matheson, perhaps the finest exposition of the perrenial and spiritual truth of Islam available on English. By a European Moslem from within the Sufi tradition. Profound, intellectually difficult, but very rewarding. 1963, 160 pp.
Sedir, Paul, Les Forces Mystiques, 1977, Amitiés Sphituelles.
Shabistari, Mahmud The Secret Rose Garden. Translation by F. Leaderer of poetical answers to profound mystical questions put to Sheikh Sad ud Din Mahmud Shabistari in the 14th c. AD by Seyyed Amir Husseini of Herat. A Sufi classic. VIII, 74 pp.
Shadhilli, Abu AL Mawahib Illumination in Islamic lvlysticism Translation by Edward J. Jurji with introduction and notes of Qawanin Hikam al Ishraq by 15th cent. Sufi, al shadhili. Careful scholarly presentation of Egyptian Sufi of North African Shadhili order of 12th cent. Still active. Index. 1939, 130 pp.
Shah, Amina Arabian Fairy Tales. A collection of 28 traditional tales for children about caliphs and dervishes, Jinn and Viziers, spiced with mystery and magic and conveying the atmosphere of Islamic society. 1969, xi, 166 pp.
Shah, Idries Nasruddin. Tales of the legendary Middle Eastern figure, Mullah Naser edDin, first made famous in the West by Gurdjieff Delightfül and amusing, Shah insists they are profound.
Shah, Idries The Sufis. For reasons best known to himself, Shah has devoted himself to popularizing Sufism in the West by insisting that it is not essentially Islamic, through lie acknowledges on the first page of introduction to this work that Islam in the "shell" of Sufism. Shah's learned father a Sufi, goes on to say: "... the Koran is the last text book of Sufism, and the prophet Mohamed the greatest Sufi of all times. Whosoever, therefore, does not subscribe to this idea, despite the fact that he may be following an occult way, is not a Sufi". Nevertheless, this is a fascinating introduction to sufism and its many unsuspected (and possibly occasionnally imaginary) influences on western civilization. 1964 xxvi, 404 pp.
Shah, Idries Tales of the Dervishes. First in a series giving Sufi tales, most for first time in English, from various sources. Appendix identifies in chronological order 62 Sufis from 7th to 20th century who are quoted. 1967, 222 pp.
Shah, Idries The Way of the Sufi. In his introduction, he points out the various pseudo Sufi cults and off shoots, such as the Gurdjieff work, which confuse the seeker of Sufism; discusses misunderstandings of Western orientalists; gives excerpts from classical sufis: Ghazzali, Khayyam, 'Attar, Ibn' Arabi, Sa'adi, Jami, Sena'i, and Rumi (every one a devout Moslem); some material from four well known orders: Chisti, Qadiri, Suhrawardi and Naqshbandi; finally pet pourri of "teaching stories" many of which appear in English for first time. 1968, 288 pp.
SHAH, IKBAL ALI Islamic Sufism. Excellent introduction to sufisrn by father of Idries Shah, who, unlike his son, insists on the essentially islarnic foundations of genuine sufi ways. 197 1 (rep), 299 pp.
SHEIKH, M. SAEED Studies in muslim philosophy. Account of the four principle philosophical movements of early Medieval period Mu'tazalism, Ash'arism, sufism, and the Ikhwani safà(Bretheren of purity) as weil as other thinkers of the period, influenced by greek philosophy. xii, 248 pp.
SIRAJ ED DIN, ABU BAKR The book of certainty. A work of profound insight by a contemporary Sufi, known in the west as Dr. Martin Lings. Meditations on qur'anic themes, including the three levels of certainty: of knowledge(Message of Islam), of experience(May of Islam), and of vision(Goal of Islam). 1974 (108 pp).
SIRHINDI, SHEIKH AHMAD The Majaddid's Conception for Tawhid by Burhan Ahmad Faruqui, study of the islamic Mystic of the 10th c. AD, called the Majaddid i wujud and central to the subsequent development of sufi doctrine. Sirhindi was affiliated with several orders: Suhrawardi, Chistis, and Naqshbandis, 197 1,vi, 132 pp.
SMITH, Jane and HADDAD, Yvonne: Islamic Understanding of Death and Resurrection. Albany, 1981. 270 pp.
SMITH, MARGARET Rabi'a the Mystic of Her Fellow Saints in islam life and times of one of the earliest mystics of islam and the first famous woman mystic, who had been sold into slavery as a child, settled in Basra and died there in the late 8th cent. A.D. 1976, 220 pp. (Rabi'a the mystic), Cambridge, 1928.
SMITH, MARGARET Readings from the Mystics of Islam. Translations from nearly 50 Arabic and persian originals, together with a short account of the history and doctrines of sufism, brief biographical notes on each sufi writer. v, 144 pp.
SMITH, MARGARET The way of the Mystics sub titled " The Early Christian Mystics and the Rise of the Sufis", reprint of 45 year old work not yet superseded. Reviews pro Islamic Christian Mysticism in Near and Middle East and shows extent opf diffusion and influence of christians, warm relations Between Muslims and Christians in first islamic century. Brief treatment of Islamic Mysticism and rise of Sufism, followed by short sketches of great early sufis: Rabi'a the saintly woman, Muhasabi, subject of later work by author(see Smith 2160), dhu'n Nun Misri and Abu Yazid Bistami. 1976 (rep ), xii, 276 pp.
Mystique et Esprit Moderne. STEINER, RUDOLF, Avec U Epistemologie de La Pensée Goethienne , 1967. 236 p.
Medecine et Science Spirituelle, S. Rudolf Trad. Allemand , 1978, 346 p.
STODDART, WILLIAM(Sufism: the Mystical Doctrines and Methods of Islam), 1976(91 P.)
SUBHAN, JOHN A. Sufism: Its Saints and Shrines. By a christian drop out from sufism(40 years ago) in pakistan (Qadiris), fallait with details of history, practices, esp.chisti's suhrawardi's, Naqshbandi's, qadiri's. Chains of succession to Mid 19th cent., location of tombs and dates of death of 123 saints. 1936, x, 412 pp.
SUHRAWARDI (a sufi rule for novices, transl, by Menahem Milson. 1975, (94 pp.)
SUHRAWARDI, SHIHABUD DIN (awarif ul ma'arif), transI by Wilberforce Clarke(rep, xii, 298 pp.)
AT TIJANI, ABUL ABBAS (The Tijaniyya). By Jamil M. Abou Nasr, sub titled (a sufi order in the modern world), 1965 (20 P.)
TRIMINGHAM, J. SPENCER The sufi orders in Islam. Outstanding work of scholarship which treats the social and institutional framework of sufism throughout its history. valuable as a source of biographical data, tables of silsilleh's (spiritual pedigrees or genealogies) of major orders. Index. 1971, 333 pp.
VALIUDDIN, NIR (Love of God). The concept of love as it has evolved in sufism, an account both sympathetic and critical, 1968 (205 pp.)
WILL DURANT " The Age of Faith" History of Medieval civilisation french translation, Paris, 1952.
WOLFSON, H.A."Philosophical Implications of the problem of Divine Attributes in the Kalam" in journal of the American oriental society (JAOS), n°. 79 (1959).
ZAHAN DOMINIQUE, Religion, Spiritualité et Pensée Africaine. 1980, 256p
ZAIN UL ABIDIN, HAZRAT IMAM ALI Sahifa i kamila great grandson of prophet of islam, who poured his spiritual genius into inspiring prayers, of which this collection is the greatest. sixty eight prayers for all occasions tr. by Seyyed Ali Mohani from arabic text of 11 th cent. edition of al Majlisi 1. scholarly (30 pp). introduction and appreciation. 1970, 190 pp. ZAIN UL ABIDIN, HAZRAT IMAM ALI Sahifa e karnelah (The Book of perfection) Another english version without arabic text. By Ahmed Ali Mohani with 92 pp. introduction and commentary annotated. 1971, XCII, 224 PR
ZIADEH, N.A.Sanusiyah. A study of a revivalist movement in islam. photomech. repr. of the first (1958) ed. 1968. (VIII, 148 P.).