Hossein Ansarian

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Hossein Ansarian
Born 1944
Khvansar, Isfahan, Iran
Other names Sheikh Hosien Ansarian
Website
http://www.erfan.ir/

Hossein Ansarian (Persian: حسین انصاریان‎) , is an Islamic scholar of Iran, author and lecturer on Islam and mysticism.

Life and Education[edit]

Hossein Ansarian was born on 1944 in Khvansar, Isfahan, Iran.

Books in English[edit]

  • Bā Kāravān-e Nūr ("Accompanying the Caravan of Light").
  • Nezām-e Khānevāde dar Eslām ("The Family System in Islam"),( English, Urdu, Russian, Turkish, Arabic).
  • Commentary on Kumayl Devotions.( Arabic, Urdu, English)
  • Tawbe, Āghūsh-e Rahmat ("Repentance, the Bosom of Mercy"), (Arabic, English, Urdu).
  • Dīyār-e 'Āsheqān (Sharh-e Sahīfa al-Sajjādīyya) ("The Land of Lovers, Commentary on S.), 2 vols.,
  • Ahl-e Bayt, 'Arshīyāan-e Farshneshīn ("The Prophet's (AS) Household, the Earth Inhabiting Divines"),(Urdu, Arabic, English, Russian).

Books[edit]

  • Translation of the Holy Qur'an.
  • Translation of Nahj al-Balāgha.
  • Translation of Sahīfat al-Kāmilat al-Sajjādīyya.
  • Translation and paraphrase of Mafātīh al-Janān.
  • Commentary on Kūmayl's Devotions. New edition.
  • Ahl-e Bayt, 'Arshīyān-e Farshneshīn ("The Prophet's (AS) Household, the Earth Inhabiting Divines").
  • Mu'āsherat ("sociability, association").
  • Jelve-hā-ye Rahmat-e Elāhī ("Manifestations of Divine Blessings").
  • Farhang-e Mehr-varzī ("The Culture of Love").
  • 'Ebrat-Āmūz ("Admonitions").
  • Zībā'ī-hā-ye Akhlāq ("The Beauties of Good Morals").
  • Tawbe, Āghūsh-e Rahmat ("Repentance, the bosom of Mercy").
  • Bar Bāl-e Andīshe ("On the Wings of Thought"), 2 vols., in print.
  • Bā Kāravān-e Nūr ("Accompanying the Caravan of Light").
  • Sīmā-ye Namāz ("The visage of Prayers").
  • Luqmān-e Hakīm ("Luqman, the Sage").
  • Furūghī az Tarbīyat-e Eslāmī ("Beams of Light from Islamic Education").
  • Rasā'il-e Hajj ("Treatises on Pilgrimage to Mecca").
  • Dīvān-e Ash'ār (Majmu'a-ye Ghazalīyyāt) ("Poetical Works, Collection of Ghazals).
  • Pursesh-hā va Pāsukh-hā ("Questions and Answers"), 5 vols., in print.
  • Nezām-e Khānevāde dar Eslām ("The Family System in Islam").
  • Mūnes-e Jān ("The Beloved").
  • 'Erfān-e Eslāmī (Sharh-e Misbāh al-Sharī'a) ("Islamic Mysticism, Commentary on M.), 15 vols, new edition.
  • Dīyār-e 'Āsheqān (Sharh-e Sahīfa al-Sajjādīyya) ("The Land of Lovers, Commentary on S.), 15 vols, in print.
  • Seyr-ī dar Ma'āref-e Eslāmī, ("Survey of Islamic Teachings"), vol.1, 'Aql, Kelīd-e Ganj-e Sa'ādat ("Intellect, the Key to the Treasure of Happiness"), vol.2, 'Aql, Mahram-e Rāz-e Malakūt ("Intellect, the Confidant of the Secret of the Heaven"), vol.3, Hadīth-e 'Aql va Nafs ("Discourse on Intellect and Soul").
  • Majmū'a-ye Sukhanrānī-hā-ye Mawzū'ī ("Collection of Twenty Lectures Arranged by Topics").
  • Eslām va Kār va Kūshesh ("Islam, Work, and Effort").
  • Eslām va 'Elm va Dānesh ("Islam, Science, and Knowledge").
  • Imām Hasan Ebn-e 'Alī rā Behtar Beshenāsīm ("Let Us Improve Our Knowledge Regarding Hasan b. 'Alī (AS).
  • Ma'navīyyat, Asāsī-tarīn Nīyāz-e 'Asr-e Mā ("Spirituality, The Greatest Need of Our Time").
  • Besū-ye Qūr'ān va Eslām ("Towards The Qur'an and Islam").
  • Marz-e Rushanā'ī ("Border of Light", collection of poetry).
  • Munājāt-e 'Ārefān ("Mystics' Devotions", collection of poetry).
  • Chashme-sār-e 'Eshq ("Fountain of Love", collection of poetry).
  • Golzār-e Muhabbat ("Garden of Love", collection of poetry).
  • 'Ebrat-hā-ye Rūzgār ("Lessons of Time").
  • Nasīm-e Rahmat ("Breeze of Mercy").
  • Akhlāq-e Khūbān ("Moralia of the Good).
  • Dar Bārgah-e Nūr ("At the Threshold of Light").
  • Chehel Hadīth-e Hajj ("Forty Traditions Regarding Pilgrimage to Mecca").
  • Hajj, Vādī-ye Amn ("Pilgrimage to Mecca, the Land of Security").
  • Chehre-hā-ye Mahbūb va Manfūr-e Qur'ān ("Loveable and Disgusting Characters in the Qur'an").
  • Adab vaĀdāb-e Zā'er ("Pilgrims' Rites").
  • Rāhī be Sū-ye Akhlāq-e Eslāmī ("A Path towards Islamic Ethics").
  • Velāyat va Rahbarī az Dīdgāh-e Nahj al-Balāgha ("Government and Leadership as Reflected in N.").
  • Majmū'a-ye Maqālāt ("Collected Essays").
  • 'Ubūdīyyat ("Submission").
  • Shifā' dar Qūr'ān ("Cure in Islam").
  • Nafts ("Soul").
  • Taqrīrāt-e Dars-e Marhūm Āyatullāh al-'Uzmā Hājj Mīrzā Hāshem-e Amulī ("Annotations Taken at the Lectures delivered by the Late A., ms.).
  • Taqrīrt-e Dars-e Khrej-e Marhūm Āyatullāh al-'Uzma Hājj Shaykh Abūlfazl-e Najafī-ye Khānsārī ("Annotations Taken at the Lectures Delivered by the Late A. for Students at the Inferential Level", ms.)

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