Traditions of the Prophet 1 & 2

Like a dog, I bark in Your lane every morning,

Yet you never ask whose dog I am or why I am here.

-- 'Eraqi

"Traditions of the Prophet 1&2" Book Covers Volume 1

by Dr. Javad Nurbakhsh

translated by Terry Graham

Second Edition 1993

ISBN 0-933546-06-8

Volume 2

by Dr. Javad Nurbakhsh

translated by Terry Graham

Second Edition 1993

ISBN 0-933546-10-6


For Traditions of the Prophet, Dr. Nurbakhsh has gathered from the garden of prophetic traditions those sayings that are of particular importance for Sufis. Included along with the original Persian and Arabic text are excerpts from the great Sufi poets concerning these traditions.

Contents - Volume 1

blue bulletTraditions of Sanctity

blue bullet Traditions Concerning the Prophet's Character

blue bulletTraditions Concerning the Prophet's Family

blue bullet Traditions Concerning the Prophet's Companions

blue bullet Traditions Concerning Ali

blue bullet Traditions Concerning Knowledge

blue bullet Traditions Concerning the Man of Knowledge

blue bullet Traditions Concerning Divine Unity (Tawid) and Gnosis (Ma'refat)

blue bulletTraditions Concerning the Religious Law of Islam (Shari'at)

blue bulletTraditions Concerning the Spiritual path (Tariqat)

blue bulletTraditions Concerning the Faithful

blue bullet Traditions Concerning Spiritual Warfare with the Self (Jihad al-Nafs)

blue bullet Traditions Concerning Morality

blue bullet Traditions Concerning Friendship, Gratitude, and not Offending Others

blue bullet Traditions Concerning Diligence, Social Responsibility, and Avoidance of Seclusion and Idleness

blue bullet Traditions Concerning Guidance in Life


Available in: | English


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