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Sharafuddin Maneri: The Hundred Letters

By Sharafuddin Maneri / Paulist Press / 1980



Sharafuddin Maneri (1263–1381), born in India, was one of the most famous Islamic adherents and one of the greatest Sufi masters. The Hundred Letters is a basic presentation of his teachings for spiritual advancement.

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  • A clear presentation of classic Islamic spirituality written by a Sufi master
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  • Useful for studies of comparative religion and mysticism

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About the Author

Sharafuddin Maneri (1263–1381) lived and worshipped in the thirteenth century in what is now India. Because of his considerable influence, his shrine is still revered by Hindus and Sufis alike.