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The Complete Works of Pir-o-Murshid Hazrat Inayat Khan 1922 I: January – August

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A complete collection of talks by Inayat Khan in the first half of 1922.

This volume comprises unedited and authentic versions of all known talks given by Inayat Khan from January through August 1922. During this period, he spoke while traveling through Belgium and the Netherlands and also gave many lectures in Paris—in public halls and private homes. These lectures have often been taken and translated from the original French transcriptions.

Most of this material comes from the period of the Summer School. During this same time, Inayat Khan privately gave twelve short lessons on Indian music to the young daughter of a murid, which can be found here as well. Many of the talks presented in this volume were later incorporated into a series of lessons for initiates into the Sufi Order; these are known as the Gathas.

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The Complete Works of Pir-o-Murshid Hazrat Inayat Khan
1922 I: January–August
Original Texts: Lectures on Sufism

All known talks given by Inayat Khan during the first half of 1922, in their unedited and most authentic version. Many of the lectures from the early part of the year were taken from transcriptions in French, gathered from lectures Inayat Khan gave in Paris in public halls and at private homes. Also, from this time frame are lectures from Inayat Khan’s travels to Belgium and the Netherlands. 

The majority of the material in this volume comes from the period of the Summer School, June 16 to August 24. In between the lectures in July and August, Inayat Khan privately gave twelve short lessons on Indian music to the young daughter of a murid, and these can be found here as well. A very substantial number of the talks presented in this volume later were incorporated into a series of lessons for initiates into the Sufi Order; these are known as the Gathas.

Additional information

Weight 2.3 lbs
Dimensions 6.5 × 1.5 × 9.5 in
Number of Pages

622

Size

6.5 x 9.5

Author

Hazrat Inayat Khan

Format

Cloth Hardcover