Postavení šajcha v súfíjském řádu Naqšbandíja Haqqáníja

Source document: Sacra. 2009, vol. 7, iss. 1, pp. 39-57
Extent
39-57
  • ISSN
    1214-5351 (print)
    2336-4483 (online)
Type: Article
Language
Czech
License: Not specified license
Summary language
Document
References:
[1] Abrahamov, B. 2003. Divine Love in Islamic Mysticism: The Teachings of al-Ghazali and al-Dabbagh. London: Routledge.

[2] Algar, H. 1990. "A brief history of the Naqshbandi order." In: Popovic, A. – Zarcone, T. (eds.), Naqshbandis. Istanbul: Isis, 9–49.

[3] Ansari, M. A. 1997. Sufism and Sharicah: A Study of Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindi's Effort to Reform Sufism. Leicester: The Islamic Foundation.

[4] Bayrak, T. (tr.) 2004. Ibn Arabi, the Tree of Being: An Ode to the Perfect Man. London: Archetype.

[5] Bírbalí, M.U. Inqiláb al-haqíqat. Lahore: Áftáb-i cÁlam Press.

[6] Bottcher A. 2000. The Naqshbandiyya in the United States.(tr. Adil James) Dostupné na: http://www.naqshbandi.org/naqshbandi.net/www/haqqani/features/naqshbandiyya_in_us.htm; [5.5.2009].

[7] Buehler, A.F. 1998. Sufi Heirs of the Prophet: The Indian Naqshbandiyya and the Rise of the Mediating Sufi Shaykh. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press.

[8] The Encyclopaedia of Islam I–XII, CD-ROM Edition 2004, Brill Academic Publishers.

[9] Le Gall, D. 2005. A culture of Sufism: Naqshbandīs in the Ottoman world, 1450–1700. Albany: State University of New York Press.

[10] Haar, J. G. J. 1992. Follower and Heir of the Prophet: Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindí (1564–1624) as Mystic. Leiden: Brill.

[11] al-Haqqani, N. A. 2002–2007. Liberating the soul: A guide for spiritual growth. Volumes I.– VI. Fenton: Islamic Supreme Council of America.

[12] al-Haqqani, N. A. 2008. Islam, la libertad de servir. Madrid: Manuscritos Editorial.

[13] al-Haqqani, N. A. 1998. Secret desires. London: Healing Hearts.

[14] Hrbek, I. 1972. Korán. Praha: Academia.

[15] al-Hujwírí, A. 1936. Kashf al-mahjúb. Abridged tr. R. A. Nicholson, London: G. M. S.

[16] Husayn, Z. 1984. cUmdat al-sulúk. Karachi: Ahmad Brothers Printers.

[17] cInáyatulláh, M. 1959 [1911]. Maqámát-i irshádiyya. Urdu translation by Muhammad Alláh Khán. Macárif-i cináyatiyya. Lahore: Muhammadí Press.

[18] Kabbani, H. M. 2006. The Sufi Science of Self-Realization: A Guide to the Seventeen Ruinous Traits, the Ten Steps to Discipleship and the Six Realities of the Heart. Louisville: Fons Vitae.

[19] Kabbani, H. M. 2004. Classical Islam and the Naqshbandi Sufi Tradition. Fenton: Islamic Supreme Coucil of America.

[20] Kropáček, L. 2008. Súfismus, dějiny islámské mystiky. Praha: Vyšehrad.

[21] Křížek, D. 2008. "Ibiza, dhikr s Naqšbandíjou Haqqáníjou." Nový Orient 63: 4, 34–37.

[22] Lindholm, Ch. 1998. "Prophets and pirs: charismatic islam in the Middle East and South Asia." In: Werbner, P. – Basu, H. (eds.), Embodying Charisma: Modernity, locality and the performance of emotion in Suficults. London: Routledge, s. 209–233.

[23] Meier, F. 1994. Zwei Abhandlungen über die Naqšbandiyya. Istanbul: Franz Steiner.

[24] Mendel, M. 1994. Islámská výzva. Z dějin a současnosti politického islámu. Brno: Atlantis.

[25] Metcalf, B. 1983. Moral Conduct and Authority: The Place of Adab in South Asian Islam. Los Angeles: University of California Press.

[26] Milson, M. (ed.) 1977. A Sufi Rule for Novices: Kitáb Adáb al-murídín of Abú al-Najíb al-Suhrawardí. An abridged translation and introduction. Cambridge: Mass.

[27] Netton, I. R. 1999. "The breath of felicity. Adab, ahwál and maqámát and Abú Najíb al-Suhrawardí." In: Lewisohn, L. (ed.), Classical Persian Sufism: from its origins to Rumi (700–1300). Oxford: Oneworld Publications, 457–482.

[28] Nicholson, R. A. 1921. Studies in Islamic Mysticism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

[29] Nyksh, A. 2000. Islamic Mysticism: A Short History. Leiden: Brill.

[30] Ostřanský, B. 2008. Hledání skrytého pokladu, antologie komentovaných překladů ze středověkého arabského súfijského písemnictví. Praha: Orientální ústav AV ČR.

[31] Ostřanský, B. 2004. Dokonalý člověk a jeho svět v zrcadle islámské mystiky. Úradky Boží pro nápravu lidského království šajcha Muhjiddína ibn Arabího. Praha: Orientální ústav Akademie věd České republiky.

[32] Padwick, C. 1996. Muslim devotions: A study of prayer-manuals in common use. Oxford: Oneworld Publications.

[33] Posten, L. 1992. Islamic Dawah in the West: Muslim Missionary Activity and the Dynamics of Conversion to Islam. Oxford: Oxford university Press.

[34] al-Qur'án al-Karím 2006. Káhira: Maktabat aš-šurúq al-hawalíja.

[35] Qánúngú'í, Q. ?. Dhikr-i mubárak: mašá'ich-i sádát-i Makán Šaríf. Lahore: Muazzam Printers.

[36] Sacíd, A. 1893. Arbac anhar. Delhi: Matbac-i Mujtabá'í.

[37] Sheikh Muzaffar 1988. Irshad, wisdom of a sufimaster. (tr. Muhtar Holland). Warwick: Ashki Books.

[38] Schimmel, A. 1975. Mystical dimensions of islam. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press.

[39] Suhrawardí, Sh. 1939. cAwárif al-macárif. Cairo: cAlámiyya Press.

[40] Trimingham, J. S. 1971. The Sufi orders in Islam. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

[41] Valiuddin, M.?. Love of God: The Sufi Approach. Místo vydání a rok neudán, zpřístupněno 2007, Institut Dominicain D'etudes Orientales, Káhira.

[42] Vidich, A. W. 2000. "A Living SufiSaint: Shaykh Muhammad Nazi Adil al-Haqqani and the Naqshbandiyya Method of Self-Transformation." Dizertační práce, Berne University, 652 strany, samostatně nepublikováno. Vybrané části citovány v Kabbani, H.M. (2004): Classical Islam and the Naqshbandi SufiTradition. Fenton: Islamic Supreme Coucil of America, s. 551–653.

[43] Werbner, P. 2003. Pilgrims of Love: The Anthropology of a Global Sufi Cult. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

[44] Werbner, P. – Basu, H. (eds.) (1998): Embodying Charisma: Modernity, locality and the performance of emotion in Sufi cults. London: Routledge.