هُوَ الْحَيُّ الْقَيُّوم

EARLY SHAYKHISM: SOME BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES,

 TRANSLATIONS AND STUDIES 

 

SHAYKHI Bibliographical AND TEXTUAL Studies

UNDER CONSTRUCTION 2009-10

Stephen Lambden  UC-Merced

 

 

 

An annotated bibliography of materials for  the study of Shaykhism.

 

A guide to the  writings of Shaykh Aḥmad al-Aḥsā'ī  (d.1241/1826)

Āqā Ḥajjī `Abu'l-Qāsim Khān al-Ibrahīmī   (d. 1389/1969)

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Moojan Momen, Bahā'ī Studies Bulletin,  Monograph 1:

The works of Shaykh Aḥmad al-Aḥsā`ī,

A bibliography according to the  Fīhrist kutub mashāyikh`izam of Shaykh Abu'l-Qāsim Kirmānī.

A guide to the writings of Sayyid Kāẓim Rashtī  (d.1260/1844).

IN PROGRESS 2007-8

 

Hyperlinks to Shaykhī and related material

General Bibliography

Materials for the study of al-Shaykhiyya (Shaykhism).

Printed and select primary mss. materials :

Shaykh Aḥmad ibn Zayn al-Dīn al-Ahsāī (d. 1241/1826)

Printed and select primary mss. materials :

Sayyid Kāẓim ibn Sayyid Qāsim al-Ḥusaynī al-Rashtī (d.1259/1843)

THE SHAYKHIS OF KIRMAN

The 19th-20th Century Kirmani Shaykhi leaders

ajjī Mīrzā Muhammad Karim Khan Kirmani (d.1288/1871) and his successors.

THE SHAYKHIS OF TABRIZ

The Shaykhis of Tabrīz.

SHAYKHI DOCTRINES

On the possible Hebrew, Judaic roots of the Ishrāqī-Shaykhī term (Ar.) هورقليا  hūrqalyā (= Per. havarqalyā) [sic.]

TEXTS & TRANSLATIONS 

FROM THE FIRST TWO  SHAYKHĪ LEADERS


Towards a reprint of the Jawāmi` al-kalim of Shaykh Aḥmad al-Aḥsā'ī.

From the writings of Shaykh Aḥmad al-Aḥsā'ī  (d. 1241 /1826)

A Risāla of Shaykh Aḥmad al-Aḥsā'ī in reply to some brethren of Isfahan.

From the writings of Sayyid Kāẓim Rashtī (d.1260/1844)

 

THE BĀbĪ-bAHĀ'Ī RELIGIONS AND SHAYKHISM


  

An annotated bibliography of post-1260/1844 Shaykhī anti-Bābī [-Bahā'ī] polemic.

The Risāla of Qatīl ibn al-Karbalā'ī translated from the text printed in 

Mazandarānī  K. Ẓuhūr al-ḥaqq vol. III.  ADD

The Bābī-Bahā'ī exaltation of Shaykh Aḥmad and Sayyid Kāẓim

 

هورقليا הָרָקִיעַ  

On the possible Hebrew, Judaic roots of the Ishrāqī-Shaykhī term (Ar.) هورقليا   hūrqalyā (Per. havarqalyā)  [sic.] and a survey of its Islamic and Shī`ī-Shaykhī uses.

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