Rabia Basri: The Mystic and Her Fellow-Saints in Islam [Margaret Smith] on Language: English Pages: About the Book It is an humble and authentic. Rabia Basri (Rabi’a) was one of the greatest spiritual masters of all times. This is a rendering of her life and work. Rabia Basri Rehmatullah Alayeha. has 2 ratings and 1 review. Sunny said: With little Published by Book Corner Showroom. More Details.

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See all options See all options. There is repetition of incidents and alot of information on Sufism in general including mentioning stories of other Sufi Saints of her era, so there is less about her life in particular and more on other stuff.

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Tadhkaratul Aulia – Memories of the Saints. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Smith also offers a survey of the female saints and mystics of the Muslim world, providing an unusual insight into women’s impressive contribution to the rich heritage of Islam.

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Want to Read saving…. Millat Boo,s Centre Pages: The goal of the Sufi quest was union with the Divine, and the Sufi seeker after God, having renounced this world and its attraction being purged of Self and its desires, inflamed with a passion of love of God, journeyed ever onward, looking toward the final purpose, through the life of illumination, with its ecstasies and raptures, and the higher life of contemplation, until at last he achieved the heavenly gnosis and attained to the Vision of God, in which the lover might become one with the Beloved, and abide in Him for ever.

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Baxri Basri Rabi’a was one of the greatest spiritual masters of all times. Description from the publisher: Sofia marked it as to-read Dec 22, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. There is no reviews yet.

One thing that i am happy about is that now whenever i would want to grab a book on Sufism, onn will surely consult this book since it contains the necessary and probably the best list of books on the subject.

Discussing the place of Rabi’a in Islamic tradition, Dr.

Rabia Basri Rehmatullah Alayeha.

About Hafiz Nasir Mehmood. The book should have been titled on some Sufism or relevant title since its not much dedicated to Rabia Basri Rehmatullah Alayehaa. The high position attained by the women Sufis is attested further by the fact that the Sufis themselves give to a woman the first place among the earliest Muhammadan mystics and have chosen her to be the representative of the first development of mysticism in Islam.

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All whom God had called to be saints could attain, by following the Path, to union with Himself, and all who attained, would have their royal rank, as spiritual beings, in the world to come. Please, enable JavaScript in order to use this functionality.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Preview — Rabia Basri Rehmatullah Alayeha. Lists with This Book. It was the development of mysticism Sufism within Islam, which gave women their great opportunity to attain the rank of sainthood. Rabia Basri Rehmatullah Alayeha. Muniba rated it really liked it Aug 17, Hardcoverpages.

Description Additional information Reviews 0 Description Author: Trivia About Rabia Basri Rehma Thanks for telling us about the problem. So writes Margaret Smith in this fascinating and scholarly work on Rabi’a of Basra, the early Muslim saint and trye mystic who died in the year Adi, from which she was known as al-Adawiyya or al-Qaysiyya, and also as al-Basriyya, from her birth-place.

Anum marked it as to-read Sep 27, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Such a conception of the relations between the saint and his Lord leaves no room for the distinction of sex.