The Encyclopaedia is a comprehensive collection of the interesting and fascinating world of Islamic mysticism and Sufism written for scholars and students interested in Islamic Mysticism, Islamic Studies, Religious Studies, the History of Religions, and indeed Sufism. The collection will appeal most to the readers and students attempting to get a general scholarly grasp on this field as an academic field of inquiry.
Originally published in the "Classical" period if Islamic scholarship, this collection of rare and inaccessible volumes shall be welcomed by readers and scholars alike. The collection brings together some of the finest masterpieces of scholarly writing and painstakingly dome translations of original but now rare works of the subject in Arabic and Persian.
The renewed interest in Sufism and Islamic mysticism across the world has created a demand for these rare out-of-print classics, which this collection seeks to fulfill. The Set brings together works of important Islamic scholars like - Nicholson; Brown; Subban; Jurji; Muhyiddin Ibn Al-Arabi; Ali B. Uthman Al-Jullabi Al-Hujwiri; Nur-ud-Din Abdur-Rahman Jami; Whinfield; Kazvini, Mirza Muhammad; Abu Nasr Abdullah; B. Ali Al-Sarraj Al-Tusi; Ahmad, Zuhurud-Din; Garnett; Habib; Smith, Margaret; Field, Claud; Sayani, Husain R; Arberry; Hazeldine; Khayyam; Fitzgerald; Whinfield; Nicolas; Palmer; Shihabuddin Suhrawerdi; Spies, Otto; Khatak; Shaikh Sharfuddin Maneri; and Sell, Canon