Chronicle, 1993. First edition. 57 pages.
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London: Society for Sufi Studies, 1982. Second Impression. 64 pages.
Diwan Press, 1981. First printing. Two discourses delivered to a group of his murids; 88 pages.
London: Oxford University Press, 1965. First printing. Issued under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs; Middle Eastern Monographs Series No. 7; 204 pages.
Nicosia: Spohr, 2008. 224 pages.
1997. First edition. Translated into English by Muhtar Holland; 100 pages.
Cambridge: Islamic Text Society, 2012. Translated by Peter Kingsley; 347 pages.
Brampton: Ballantrae Reprint. 88 pages.
New York: 2003. Contains "A Very Great Gift" by Irma Zaleski - Administering the medicine for suffering, "To Be Human Is to Be Humane" by Franklin Perkins - Wisdom fo the Confucian Mengzi, "Sweetening the Judgments" by Estelle Frankel - The spice of rachamim, "Reality's Emptiness" by H.H. the Dalai...
New York: Paulist Press, 1980. Translation and Introduction by R.W.J. Austin; Preface by Titus Burckhardt; 302 pages.
London: Theosophical Publishing House, 1978. Second edition. Translated by Reynold A. Nicholson; Preface by Martin Lings; 155 pages.
New York: Paulist Press, 2000. Translated and Introduction by Th. Emil Homerin; Preface by Michael A. Sells; 366 pages.
Beirut: Catholic Press, 1951. Ownership signature of Jean Sulzberger; Translated with an Introduction by George H. Schere; 26 page Introduction, 28 pages of English text, Facsimile of the original manuscript and 22 pages of Arabic transcription.
1997. First edition. Translated into English by Muhtar Holland; 99 pages.
Lahore: Sh. Muhammad Ashraf, 2001. Translated with Notes by Nabih Amin Fris; 62 pages.
Lahore: Sh. Muhammad Ashraf, 1991. Translated by Nabih Amin Fris; 80 pages.
Lahore: Sh. Muhammad ashraf, 1984. 246 pages.
Westport: PIR Press, 1988. First edition. The Irshad is regarded by many as the most important work in Islamic spirituality for our time and a testament to the fact that Sufism is a living tradition. The work charts the Sufi spiritual path and discipline through discourse and dialogue, story and...
2008. Fifteen letters by Shaikh 'Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani to one of his disciples. Originally written in Persian, they were translated into Arabic by 'Ali Husamu'd-din al-Muttaqi (the Devout), who said of them, "... these letters comprise nuggets of wisdom and spiritual counsel, couched in various forms of allegory, metaphor, paraphrase...
2009. 62 Discourses [Majalis] by Shaikh 'Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani in the guesthouse [ribat] and the schoolhouse [madrasa] in Bagdad, between the years AH 545 and AH 546. Longer than the discourses of Revelations of the Unseen, these profoundly moving lectures used to be attended by crowds of more than seventy...
2008. Translated into English by Muhtar Holland; 414 pages.
London: Luzac for E.J.W. Gibb Memorial, 1962. First edition. E.J.W. Gibb Memorial Series, New Series, XXII; 183 pages plus 64 pages of original.
Beshara, 1995. Translated with Commentary by Titus Burckhardt; 75 pages.
Los Angeles: Tale Weaver, 1988. 201 pages.
Reno: Tractus, 1998. Second edition revised and greatly expanded. 346 pages.