The Natural Philosophy Of AhleSunant Wal Jamaat www. Page 2. The Natural Philosophy Of AhleSunant Wal Jamaat. Hujwiri’s Kashf al-Mahjub. Proof of His Impressionability from Different Leaders and Sources. Abstract. The present paper will acquaint the reader with the life of . CHAPTER XI of Kashf al-Mahjub. by the Gnostic Ali Hujwiri . `Amr ibn `Uthman al- Makki, who shows great zeal on his behalf (andar amr-i way ba-jidd bashad), .
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They also share the characteristic of blending scholarly tendencies with Sufism more than the other major works of their time Karamustafa, pp. The final chapter of each section tends to be the most idiosyncratic.
The Kashf Al-Mahjub : Ali Bin Uthman Hujwiri :
The first section consists of six chapters related to the issue of Sufi identity. The inclusion of the final introductory chapter on the path of blame is innovative for the Sufi manual genre. ,ashf
Although Hojviri is initially circumspect about this approach, the fact that he ends his discussion of it by recounting how he had experienced its benefits for himself, not to mention his very inclusion of this chapter in the prominent first section about the identity of Sufism, indicates his overall positive view of the path of blame pp.
This pairing therefore represents where Hojviri draws the line as far as unacceptable doctrines and practice are concerned, with the diverse views lashf the ten groups preceding them all being considered legitimate. This closeness to the title ak the whole work is in itself indicative of the prominent role of the chapters in this section.
The first three chapters discuss theological issues: Hojviri provides in each of these chapters a mystical interpretation for each ritual and discusses that dimension at greater length e. In addition to numerous manuscripts preserved there, several editions have been printed in South Asia since the Lahore edition, which Sl used as his base text, as well as translations into Urdu see Nicholsontr.
Nicholson as Kashf al-mahjub of Al-Hujwiri: A Journal of Sufism 35,pp. Idem, The Biographical Tradition in Sufism: Johannes Pedersen, Leiden, Submitted tags will be reviewed by site administrator before it is posted online. If you enter several tags, separate with commas.