Fusoos-ul-Hikam is a world famous book written by a Muslim Intellectual, Sheikh Ibn Arabi on Sufism. It has been translated from Arabic to many languages all over the world.
It has also been translated and elaborated in Urdu by Maulana Muhammad Abdul Qadeer Siddiqui, Ex-Dean of Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, in 1942. His book has been published by many publishers of India and Pakistan.
This work of Maulana Muhammad Abdul Qadeer Siddiqui has been reproduced by Muhammad Abdul Ahad Siddiqui according to the present day evolutionary linguistics of Urdu. This new Urdu Versions of “Fusoos-ul-Hikam” was uploaded in digital form
at Guldustah website in September, 2013.
Later, this latest “Fusoos-ul-Hikam” has also been published by Kitab Mahal, Lahore, Pakistan, in February 2014.
Chapters 27, Pages 353
Tasawwuf or Sufism is the name for the spiritual dimension of Islam which is reinforced by the apparent and noticeable practices of Islam, known as Sharee’ah. In other words Tasawwuf is a branch of Islamic knowledge which focuses
on the spiritual development of a practicing Muslim.
It is not a generalized field but is considered as specified subject. It is mostly expressed with special terminologies as well.
Fusoos-ul-Hikam at this website is a book of Tasawwuf in Urdu language. Therefore the work of translation in English demands a thorough research for its technical terms.
As such the work of translation of this book will be taken up later, Insha-Allah.