Uvaysī Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr

notes on hagiography and the taxonomy of sanctity in the religious history of Central Asia by Devin A. DeWeese

Publisher: Indiana University, Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies in Bloomington, Ind

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  • Sufism -- Asia, Central -- History,
  • Timurids

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StatementDevin DeWeese.
SeriesPapers on Inner Asia -- no. 22. -- Central Asia, Papers on Inner Asia -- no. 22., Papers on Inner Asia
The Physical Object
Pagination36 p. :
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13570107M
OCLC/WorldCa29942590

  The presence of extensive Ahrari waqf holdings in Kabul meant that when the Timurid claimant Zahir al-Din Muhammad Babur () used Kabul as a staging post to invade north India in , Ahrari Naqshbandis possessed an economic and institutional base within Babur's new Timurid state, the Mughal Mirza Muhammad Haydar Dughlat (b. –, d) was a Turko-Mongol aristocrat who left behind an ambitious historical work: the Tarikh-i-Rashidi, or the History of ://   Muqarnas Supplement, Timurid Art and Culture, pp Miniatures in Historical Manuscripts from the Time of Shahrukh Hamdy, Nimet Archaeologische Mitteilungen Aus Iran 6, pp The Development of Nude Female Drawing in Persian Islamic   Web view.   ] [cite book |last=Ashrafyan |first=K.Z. |chapter=Central Asia under Timur from to the early fifteenth century |title=History of civilizations of Central Asia |editor=Ahmad Hasan Dani, (ed.) |publisher=Motilal Banarsidass |pages=p |isbn= google books

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Download books for free. Find books You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've :// An "Uvaysī" Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr: notes on hagiography and the taxonomy of sanctity in the religious history of Central Asia Devin DeWeese (Papers on Inner Asia, Central Asia ; no.

22) Indiana University, Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies,   2 See my discussion in “An ‘Uvaysī’ Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr: Uvaysī Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr book on Hagiography and the Taxonomy of Sanctity in the Religious History of Central Asia,” Papers on Inner Asia, No. 22 (Bloomington: Indiana University, Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies, ), reprinted in into Islamization Workshop Texts/Session 1.

Book Description. Studies on Sufism in Central Asia reproduces 12 studies which explore previously unstudied sources with an eye to identifying prominent developments in the social and organizational history of the major Sufi groupings of the region; The chronological range reflected in the studies included here runs from the 13th century to the 17th, with a somewhat uneven distribution /p/book/ An "Uvaysī" Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr: notes on hagiography and the taxonomy of sanctity in the religious history of Central Asia Devin DeWeese Indiana University, Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies Papers on Inner Asia Central Asia ; no.

22 'The book is a splendid introduction to one of the key periods in Iranian history. Written with a smooth pen, it studies Yazdī’s life with many original and profound analyses.

We should be thankful to Binbaş who has painstakingly analyzed the life, the transregional network,   The Timurid statesman and poet ʿAlī Shīr Navāʾī (d.

/) was the author of the first biographical dictionary (taẕkira) of Sufi saints to be written in the Central Asian dialect of Chaghatay gh he started it as a translation of Nafaḥāt al-uns by Jāmī, he expanded upon that work by including many saints from Khurasan, India, and ://?lang=en.

Uwaysi Sufis of Central Asia, London ; Devin DeWeese, An “Uvaysī” Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr: Notes on Hagiography and the Taxonomy of Sanctity in the Religious History of Central Asia, Bloomingtons. ;“The Tadhkira-i DeWeese Devin An ‘Uvaysī’ Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr: Notes on Hagiography and the Taxonomy of Sanctity in the Religious History of Central Asia Papers on Inner Asia, no.

22 (Bloomington: Indiana University, Research Institute for Inner Asian Studies); reprinted in Devin DeWeese, Studies on Sufism in Central Asia (Farnham, Surrey ?language=en.

Studies on Sufism in Central Asia reproduces 12 studies which explore previously unstudied sources with an eye to identifying prominent developments in the social and organizational history of the major Sufi groupings of the region; The chronological range reflected in the studies included here runs from the 13th century to the 17th, with a somewhat uneven distribution between the earlier ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 volume (various pagings): illustrations ; 24 cm.

Contents: Contents: Introduction; The eclipse of the Kubraviyah in Central Asia; Sayyid Ali Hamadani and Kubrawi hagiographical traditions; A neglected source on Central Asian history: the 17th-century Yasavi hagiography Manaqib al-akhyar; An 'Uvaysi' Sufi in Timurid Devin DeWeese, An Uvaysi Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr: Notes on Hagiography and the Taxonomy of Sanctity in the Religious History of Central Asia, Papers on Inner A Bloomington, Idem, Islamization and Native Religion in the Golden Horde: Baba Tükles and Conversion to Islam in Historical and Epic Tradition, University Park, Pa.,   An "Uvaysi" Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr: Notes on Hagiography and the Taxonomy of Santitiy in the Religious History of Central Asia (); Islamization and Native Religion in the Golden Horde: Baba Tukles and Conversion to Islam in Historical and DeWeese D.

An “Uwaysi” Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr: Notes on Hagiography and the Taxonomy of Sanctity in the Religious History of Central Asia. Bloomington, Indiana, ?id1=3&category=istoriya.

The book of kings was held in so high regard that it was almost considered as culturally important as the Quran. Shaikh Safi al-Din A Sunni/Sufi pir, he was born wealthy, and increased his wealth particularly after Ghazan Khan converted to Islam and started patronizing the Safavid :// As a complement to Ad Fontes, the Institute is resuming publication of its formerly titled Papers on Inner will now bear the name Papers on Central Eurasia and will publish scholarship that deals with various topics related to this vast region: history, philology, linguistics, literature, anthropology, religion, art, archaeology, contemporary problems, and so ://   times Mawarannahr was one of the most influential and powerful Persian provinces of antiquity.

The dominant religion until the 6th Century in the region was Zoroastrianism, but Buddhism, and Christianity also attracted large numbers of followers.

The wealth of Mawarannahr was a constant magnet for invasions from the northern steppes and from   An Uvays¢ Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr: No-tes on Hagiography and the Taxonomy of Sanc-tity in the Religious History of Central Asia, Bloo-mingtons.

;The Tadhkira-i Bughrâ-khân and the Uvaysî Sufis of Central Asia: Notes in Review of The book, which makes a largely pathdependent argument (i.e., we can't understand the present without knowing about the past), offers a broader macro-historical, cultural, and political context on   CENTRAL ASIAN CULTURE AND ISLAM.

Central Asia played a pivotal role in the early debates about what it meant to be a Muslim, as the early practical experience of negotiating relations with the local population on the Central Asian frontiers left its mark in the developing consensus about the conditions for membership in the Muslim community, and for enjoyment of the privileges it :// /central-asian-culture-and-islam.

Devin DeWeese, Indiana University Bloomington, will be the Central Asia Visiting Professor between September Professor DeWeese will deliver a guest lecture on Monday, 12 September (Lipsius3pm) and a masterclass on Friday, 16 September within the Central Asia initiative at Leiden Uni Temur, livedalso known as Timur or Tamerlane, was a military adventurer of Turco-Mongol origins, and founder of the Timurid dynasty He conquered Transoxania, Persia, Khorasan, as well as areas of Iraq, India, Azerbaijan, and Armenia and others, making Samarkand (in   The Period of Mongol Invasions Although initial contact between Inner Asians and Sufis--called thus because they tended to wear course woolen robes known as sufs--occurred prior to the Mongol invasions of the Middle East and Central Asia, it is more appropriate to begin this study with the Mongol invasion of the Khwarazm ://+relationship+between+Sufis+and+Inner+Asian+ruling.

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As the faith crossed cultural boundaries, the trader and the mystic became as important as the soldier and the administrator. Distinctive Islamic idioms began to The presence of extensive Ahrari waqf holdings in Kabul meant that when the Timurid claimant Zahir al-Din Muhammad Babur () used Kabul as a staging post to invade north India inAhrari Naqshbandis possessed an economic and institutional base within Babur's new Timurid Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Galatians Sermons – Covenant United Reformed Church Church Home Group JessicaKnows TajweedAl-Baqara-2 Sunday Sermons - Gaurav Gera Scandalism 24 Sur les uvaysi dans le soufisme en Asie centrale, voir Devin De Weese, An "Uvaysi" Sufi in Timurid Mawarannahr: Notes on Hagiography and the Taxonomy of Sanctity in the Regions History of Central Asia, Papers on Inner Asia, n° 22, Bloomington, Indiana,p.

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