Aqil Hussain Barlas
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|Mirza Aqil Hussain Barlas|
July 29, 1927|
Delhi British Indian Empire
|Died||December 21, 1989
|Buried at||New Delhi, Delhi (India)|
|Allegiance|| United Kingdom
|Commands held||Incharge New Delhi Delhi Branch|
|Relations||Nawab Qasim Jan|
He produced an English translation of the first part of the Bostan of Saadi of Shiraz, published in London by the Octagon Press (the publishing firm of his cousin Idries Shah, the son of Sirdar Ikbal Ali Shah and grandson of Nawab Syed Amjad Ali Shah). Idries Shah recounts a story about his cousin in his book Kara Kush (in the chapter 'Mirza in a mulberry tree').
- Buyers, Christopher. "The Yusufi Dynasty Genealogy". The Royal Ark, Royal and Ruling Houses of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas. Retrieved 2009-06-04.
- Saadi of Shiraz, translated by Mirza Aqil-Hussein Barlas (1984). The Bostan of Saadi (The Orchard). Octagon Press. ISBN 0-86304-034-9. See Amazon page
- Staff. "Idries Shah – Grand Sheikh of the Sufis whose inspirational books enlightened the West about the moderate face of Islam (obituary)". The Daily Telegraph. Archived from the original on 2000-05-25. Retrieved 2008-10-16.