The Diwan of the Shaykh and Gnostic of Allah Sayyidi Muhammad ibn al-Habib al-Amghari al-Idrisi al-Hasani
The Diwan is known in Arabic as Bughyat al-Murideen as-Saa’ireen wa Tuhfat as-Salikeen al-‘Arifeen
The Desire of Journeying Murids and the Gift to Wayfaring Gnostics
By Muhammad Ibn al-Habib
Editor : Shaykh Muhammad Murtada Al-Boumas-houli
Hardback 484 Pages
Size : 14.6 x 21 cm
ISBN : 9781908892478
Publisher : Iqra Agencies, South Africa
Complete Arabic-English Edition of the Full Diwan
About The Book
It comprises the author's own sublime introduction to the Shadhili Darqawi path, his noble Wird and collection of qasidas, extra qasidas written in commentary on the Diwan by the author himself and some of his most eminent students, some qasidas from the Diwans of Shaykh al-Fayturi and from the current head of the order, Shaykh Muhammad Murtada al-Boumas-houli as well as the latter's preface.
The Diwan of Shaykh Muhammad ibn al-Habib has long been famous among the Sufis for its balance between poems expressing direct spiritual experience and those in instruction on travelling the path.
This is the only complete edition of the Diwan and its translation.
- The Wird
- The Wazifa
- The Qasida
- Takhmis Commentaries on Qasidas
- The Hafidha
- The Diwan of Shaykh Muhammad Al-Fayturi Hamuda
- Refuge Prayer by Shaykh Muhammad Wafa
- Qasidas of Shaykh Moulay Murtada AL-Boumas-Houli
About The Author
Muhammad Ibn al-Habib was born in Fes in circa 1290/1871.
He received a traditional education in fiqh and the sciences of Islam, Iman and Ihsan. He was Maliki in fiqh, Ash’ari in ‘aqida and Darqawi-Shadhili in tariqa.
He was the Sufi sharif, teacher, guide to Allah and shaykh of the Darqawi tariqa, Sayyidi Muhammad ibn al-Habib ibn as-Siddiq al-Amghari al-Idrisi al-Hasani. He was born in Fes in 1295 AH/1878 CE and had an utterly traditional education in all the sciences of Islam, Iman and Ihsan, including Qur'an recitation and commentary, fiqh of the madhhab of the school of Madina of Imam Malik, Ash'ari 'aqida, and the sciences of hadith. Later he was admitted to and became a shaykh of the Shadhili-Darqawi tariqa. He travelled widely until his death, teaching the essentials of the deen, particularly in Morocco and Algeria.
His teachers include:
- Sidi al-Hashimi as-Sanhaji,
- Sidi Ahmad al-Filali,
- Sidi Mahmad al-Irari,
- Sidi Ahmad ibn al-Jilali al-Amghari,
- Sidi Abu Bakr ibn al-'Arabi Bannani,
- Ahmad ibn al-Khayyat az-Zargari,
- Sidi 'Abdu's'-Salam al-Huwari, Sidi Khalil al-Khalidi,
- Muhammad ibn Jaafar al-Kittani,
- Sidi J. Muhammad Fatha Junun,
- Moulay 'Abdullah ibn Idris al-Badrawi,
- Sidi Hammad as-Sanhaji &
- Sidi Muhammad ibn 'Abdu'r-Rahman al-Filali.
He died, may Allah have mercy on him, in 1391/1972 while on the way to Hajj, and is buried in his zawiya in Meknes.
About The Editor
Shaykh Muhammad Murtada al-Boumas-houli is shaykh of the Shadhili-Darqawi tariqa. He is based on Kelaat MGouna. Thoroughly trained in the classical disciplines of Islam he is also a noted poet, and this collection contains some of his qasidas.
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