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Kubrawiya

The `Kubrawiya` order is a Sufi order (`tariqa`) named after its 13th century founder Najmeddin Kubra.

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A number of Kubrawiya leaders left distinctive marks on the political and eco- The Kubrawiya remained an important force in what is now western.
PROMINENT CENTRAL ASIAN PERSONALITIES Al-Khwarizmi
Najmuddin al-Kubra (1145-1221): founder of the Kubrawiya Sufi tariqat. Chingiz Khan (1155/62/67-1227): Mongolian conqueror.
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Jamal Elias: Textual Instructions on the Practice of Dhikr in the Early Kubrawiya. ( discussant Per Rönnegård).
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The Kubrawiya, Qalandriya and Firdausi. Silsilahs take their inspiration from this Tariqah.

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The Kubrawiya order is a Sufi order ("tariqa") named after its 13th century founder Najmuddin Kubra.
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Category:Kubrawiya order. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Kubrawiya - Encyclopedia
The `Kubrawiya` order is a Sufi order (`tariqa`) named after its 13th century founder Najmeddin Kubra.
Sufism, Sufis, and Sufi Orders: Sufism's Many Paths
The Kubrawiya Sufi Order--originating, like the Yasawiya, in Central Asia-- was named after Najm al-Din Kubra (d.
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