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- Darqawa (Sufism)
- Ph.D. Thesis: "Between God and men : the Nasiriyya and economic life in Morocco, 1640-1830" by David Gutelius. Johns Hopkins University, 2001.
- Article: The path is easy and the benefits large: The Nasiriyya, social networks and economic change in Morocco, 1640-1830. The Journal of African History, Gutelius, David P.V., 01-Jan-02 [permanent dead link]
- Book chapter: "Sufi networks and the Social Contexts for Scholarship in Morocco and the Northern Sahara, 1660-1830" by David Gutelius. In "The Transmission of Learning in Islamic Africa ed. Scott Reese. Leiden: Brill Academic Press, 2004.
- Agriculture, Sufism and the State in Tenth/Sixteenth-Century Morocco, by Francisco Rodriguez-Manas, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 59, No. 3 (1996), pp. 450–471 
- The Nasiri supplication 
- Example of a manuscript (from Timbouctou) in the library of the Nasiryya 
- Dalil Makhtutat Dar al Kutub al Nasiriya, 1985 (Catalog of the Nasiri zawiya in Tamagrut), (ed. Keta books)
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