4 edition of Rábiʻa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -241) and indexes
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Rābiʻa the Mystic and her Fellow-Saints in Islam: Being the life and teachings of Rabiʻa al-ʻAdawiyya al-Qaysiyya, of Basra, Sufi Saint, ca. A.H. account of the place Author: Margaret Smith. Diwan Labid ibn Rabiʻa al ʻAmri.
Akhbar ʻAyasha bint Talha from the Kitab al Aga̲ni. Dhikra al Wasa̲na from the Yatima al dahr (An Arab translation series) [Labīd ibn Rabīʻah] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Diwan Labid ibn Rabiʻa al ʻAmri. Akhbar ʻAyasha bint Talha from the Kitab al Aga̲ni.
Dhikra al Wasa̲na from the Yatima al dahr (An Arab translation series)Author: Labīd ibn Rabīʻah. Dr. Rkia Cornell spent 15 years researching this book, combing through old hand-written manuscripts, and old texts. She was nicknamed Rabi'a as a child, because of her devout, introverted, humble nature.
She has carried Rabi'a with her most of her life. In the pages of this book, we and she find no actual words or poems by Rabi'a.5/5(1). Summary: This authoritative account of the life and teachings of the ninth-century Muslim saint, Rabi'a, represents the first complete biography of this unique individual.
Muslim women mystics: the life and work of Rábiʻa and other women mystics in Islám. [Margaret Smith] -- This book is an authoritative account of the life and teachings of the ninth-century Muslim saint, Rabi'a, and represents the first complete biography of this unique individual.
Rābiʻa the Mystic and her Fellow-Saints in Islam: Being the life and teachings of Rabiʻa al-ʻAdawiyya al-Qaysiyya, of Basra, Sufi Saint, ca.
A.H. account of the place of the women in Islam Paperback. Labid ibn Rabi°ah (Author of Diwan Labid Ibn Rabiʻa Al ʻamri. Akhbar ʻayasha Bint Talha From The Kitab Al Aga̲ni. Dhikra Al Wasa̲na From The Yatima Al Dahr) Labid ibn Rabi°ah is the author of Diwan Labid Ibn Rabiʻa Al ʻamri.5/5(1).
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much of Rābiʻas early life has been recounted by Farid ud-Din Attar, a later Sufi saint and poet. She herself left no written works about her life. Rabia book house is a very famous and trustworthy name in the book market all over Pakistan.
The book opens with Caiz, a sufi rockstar who is in coma due to overdose of sleeping pills mixed with Vodka. His friend, his philosopher,guide,Sai baba takes Caiz’s ether self to His cave and hence the spiritual journey of Caiz begins/5(8).
In the following account, Abu-Rabiʻa describes the practice of Bedouins in Palestine, during the late 19th and early 20th-century: Lime is derived from chalk by burning. The Bedouins used it.
Poems from the Diwan of ʻUmar ibn Abi Rabiʻa. [Oskaloosa, Iowa]: William Penn College, (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: ʻUmar ibn Abū Rabīʻah; Arthur Wormhoudt. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages, 94 unnumbered leaves of plates: illustrations ; 31 cm.
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