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by Hazrat Inayat Khan

Author: Hazrat Inayat Khan
Subcategory: Islam
Language: English
Publisher: Sufi Order Publications (1980)
Pages: 261 pages
Category: Spirituality
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by Hazrat Inayat Khan. The first section of this book is drawn from parables, fables, legends of ancient gods, kings and heroes, stories of prophets, sinners and saints.

HAZRAT INAYAT KHAN was born in Baroda on the 5th July 1882. His father, Mashaikh Rahmat Khan, came from the Panjab, where he was born in 1843 as a descendant of an ancient family of Sufi saints, zamindars (feudal landowners), poets, and musicians

HAZRAT INAYAT KHAN was born in Baroda on the 5th July 1882. His father, Mashaikh Rahmat Khan, came from the Panjab, where he was born in 1843 as a descendant of an ancient family of Sufi saints, zamindars (feudal landowners), poets, and musicians. Inayat’s mother, Khatija Bi, was the daughter of Sholay Khan Maulabakhsh, known all over India as one of the greatest musicians and poets of his time.

He initially came to the West as a Northern Indian classical musician, having received the honorific "Tansen" from the Nizam of Hyderabad, but he soon turned to the introduction and transmission of Sufi thought and practice.

The works of Hazrat Pir-o-Murshid Inayat Khan are one of the great spiritual treasures of the world. At once deeply rooted in the Sufi tradition and strikingly original in insight and expression, Hazrat’s teachings remain as potent and meaningful today as they were when originally communicated a century ago, with a message for every human mind and heart, and indeed for humankind collectively. With this in view, Suluk Press now commences its series The Sufi Message of Hazrat Inayat Khan:.

Place of Publication. A master of classical Indian music by the age of twenty, he relinquished a brilliant career to devote himself to the spiritual path. In 1920, acting upon the guidance of his teacher, he became one of the first teachers of the Sufi tradition in the West. For a decade and a half he travelled throughout Europe and the US giving lectures and guiding an ever-growing group of seekers. In 1926, he returned to India where he died the following year. Country of Publication.

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In true Sufi tradition, Hazrat Inayat Khan used teaching stories as a means of making his spiritual and psychological insights more accessible and memorable for his disciples. The first section is drawn from dervish parables, fables, legends of ancient gods, kings and heroes, stories of prophets, sinners and saints. The second section contains experiences and anecdotes of Inayat Khan's own life and travels, from youthful journeys among the palaces and shrines of turn-of-the-century India, to encounters with the great and the humble all over the world.