This list is based on information from World Cat, the National Bibliography of Indian Literature, research in libraries in London, Delhi, Patna and Hyderabad, India, as well as notices in the back of other published works. The annotated bibliography published in Urdu by H. Abidi is also a source of titles and brief notes for many items. In the case of multiple editions, only one set of information is listed here.
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This list is based on information from World Cat, the National Bibliography of Indian Literature, research in libraries in London, Delhi, Patna and Hyderabad, India, as well as notices in the back of other published works. The annotated bibliography published in Urdu by H. Abidi is also a source of titles and brief notes for many items. In the case of multiple editions, only one set of information is listed here. Some works appear to have been reissued under modified titles, in this case both titles are listed separately.
Aap biti Delhi : Halqa-i-mashaikh Book Depot, History, biography and travel. NBIL no. Delhi: The author, Philosophy and religion. Delhi : Khvajah Aulad Co. Tales based on the rebellion of Literature - Fiction. Bivi ki talim. Book for the education of women. Delhi : Halqae mashaikh Book Depot, Based on the events of Kerbala Fatmi davat-i-Islam.
Delhi : Mahfuz u Library, Lives of Muslim missionaries. Gandhi namah. Batala : Khvaja Press, Anti-Kaiser in the context of World War One. Delhi : Munadi Office, Account of the rebellion of Correspondence between Bahadur Shah Zafar and the revolutionary forces in Historical tales relating to the rebellion of Ghadar ka natija Vol. Ghaznavi jihad. History of the attacks of Mahmood of Ghazni on India. Delhi : Halqah-yi Mashaikh, ? Giriftar shudah khutut : Ghadar ki khufiyah khat o kitabat Delhi : Halqah-yi Mashaikh, Giyarhavin namah.
Biography of Shah Abdul Qadir Jilani. Delhi : Halqa-e mashaikh Book Depot, Havaijahaz Delhi : Halqahtul Mashaikh, Hindustan men Islam kiyunkar phaila? Delhi : Milne ka patah, Halqah-yi Mashaikh, Events post world war 1 Irani Darvish tans. Jag biti kahaniyan. Hyderabad : The author, Short stories for children.
Mar gayee magar murtadd na hoo. On reciting khutba on Fridays and holidays. SOAS Kaenat biti. Delhi : Mulla Abdul Vahidi, n. Literature - Miscellaneous. Delhi : Matba-i-Hashmi, Literature - Essays. Delhi : The author, Literary radio talks. Delhi : Dilli Printing Works, On zakatNBIL no. Delhi Lahaur : Maqbul Akaidmi, Madamin-i-Khvajah Hasan Nizami.
Amritsar : Rose Bazar Steam Press, Madar-i hamdard : madri tarbiyat se faiz pane vale , ashkhas ka dilcasp tazkirah Karachi : Hamdard Faundeshan Press, Marg namah. Batala : Khvajah Press, Milad namah. Delhi : Halqae Mashaikh Book Depot, Life and Teachings of Muhammad 88 p. SOAS Muharrum nama. Delhi : Delhi Printing Works, Biography of Hazrat Imam Husain with historical events and references.
Murshid ki zururat aur adab [S. Haidarabad, Dakan : [The Author], Nagoftah bihi. Delhi p. Nizami Bansri. Delhi : Ahlebait Press, Biography of Nizamuddin Auliya.
Delhi : Halqah-yi Mashaikh, Parandoon ki tijarat 14 Delhi: Mashaikh Book Depot 47 pp. Paros ke sattara paji Delhi: Karkun H. Delhi Printing Works, Written during his stay in Hyderabad. A collection of short stories Qabron ke ghaibi navishte. Collection of mystic essays. Qavanin-i Quran. Delhi : Khvajah Aulad Kampani, Qavanin-i shadi. Roznamah ba tasvir : Safar-i-Misr va-sham-va-Hijaz.
Meerut : Hashmi Press, Travel accounts. Diary of Hasan Nizami from Dec. Mainly deals with travels in Gujarat and material on Somnath and Mahmud Ghaznavi pp. Travel account. Indian Press, History of Bahman Kings of Deccan. Delhi: Delhi Electric Press, Sikh qaum. Batala : Khvaja Press, n. Short account of the Sikhs. Delhi, Delhi : Nizamiyah darul-ishaat, Historical novel. History of Pharaohs. Delhi : Mashaikh Book Depot, Life of Jesus Christ.
Khwaja Hasan Nizami
His father had started a monthly magazine, Munaadi, which he continued publishing under his editorship from onwards. Of the six brothers and sister five brothers and sister Kausar Nizami who is in Pakistan , Khwaja Hasan Nizami and Begum Khwaja Mahmooda Bano Nizami, all the four brothers had died earlier and he was the only surviving brother. Born on 15 May , he had almost an encyclopaedic knowledge of many topics, events and sciences. His mureeds disciples , estimated to be in lakhs, are spread all over the world. He left behind his sister Begum Kausar Nizami , besides many nephews and nieces but no children of his own because he remained unmarried throughout his life. Condolence meetings were held at dozens of madrasas as well as at milli, religious and literary organisations where rich tributes were paid by leaders and intellectuals. He is said to be the 34th generation in a lineage going back to Hazrat Ali, the fourth caliph and son-in-law of the Prophet pbuh.
Lord Krishna has been eulogised by a number of Muslim authors since medieval times to the present. Of course the name was not chosen by you, and was given by your parents or grandparents. Increased communal rhetoric in political language has led us to look at each other through the prism of religion, while diminishing any other possibility of identification. Similarly, most of my Muslim friends wish Hindu friends on Diwali, Holi etc as if these festivals belong to Hindus only.
A learned Sufi and a prolific writer, Nizami hailed from a family of hereditary custodians of the shine of the renowned and widely-venerated Chishti mystic, Khwaja Nizamuddin Auliya in Delhi. A major concern in his writings was the defence as well as the spread of Islam. It was in this period that Nizami wrote some of his most noted works. In this little tract Nizami argued for a well-organized and community-wide programme of tabligh or Islamic missionary work among non-Muslims. Aware that the motives behind his writing of such a book might be suspect, he hastened to declare early in his Introduction that it was a work simply of "love of the heart" dilli muhabbat and that it had nothing to do with political or personal interests Nizami, Sikh Qaum.
Early life Edit Little is known about the family background of Hasan Nizami, since neither him nor his contemporaries provide any such information. Ziauddin Barani calls him "Sadr-i-Nizami". According to the 14th century Persian historian Hamdallah Mustawfi , Nizami was a son of Persian poet Nizami Aruzi , but there is no evidence to substantiate this claim. When the region became unsafe because of the Khwarazmian - Ghurid conflict, Nizami visited the Imam Reza shrine and sought advice from his religious preceptor Muhammad Kufi.