Literature on Deobandis and Barelwis


Below was the literature used for a master thesis on the similarities and differences between the Deobandi and Barelwi schools of thought. It is shared for those who might want to gather more information on this topic:

  • ‘Abd al-Rahim Bistawi, Majmu‘a fatawa Bareilly sharif, (Bareilly: Markaz Dar al-Ifta’ 2002)
  • Ahmad Raza Khan, Ahkame shari‘at, (Lahore: Diya’ al-Qur’an Publications 2002)
  • ____. Al-Amn wa al-‘ula, (Lahore: Diya Al-Qur’an Publications 2004)
  • ____. Al-Dawlat al-makiyya, (Lahore: Maktaba Nabawiyya 1910)
  • ____. Al-Malfuz mukammal, (Bareilly: Qadiri Kitab Ghar 1995)
  • ____. Al-Mu‘tamad al-mustanad, (Karachi: Maktaba Barakat al-Madina 2007)
  • ____. Fatawa afriqa
  • ____. Fatawa ridhwiyya, (Karachi: Maktaba Ridhwiyya 1992) 
  • ____. Fadl al-mawhabi, (Karachi: Al-Madinat al-‘Ilmiyya 2002)
  • ____. Fiqh shahinshah wa anna al-qulub bi yad al-mahbub bi ‘ata Allah
  • ____. Gha’ibana namaze janaza ja’iz nayhi, (Lahore: Maktaba Jamal Karam 2001)
  • ____. Jumal al-nur fi naha al-nisa’ ‘an ziyarat al-qubur
  • Ahmad Yar Khan, Fatawa na‘imiyya, (Lahore: Maktaba Islamiyya)
  • ____. Mawa’iz na‘imiyya, (Lahore: Diya’ al-Qur’an Publications 2000)
  • ____. Ja al-haq, (Lahore: Maktaba Islamiyya 1966)
  • Amjad Ali, Bahare shari‘at, (Lahore: Diya’ al-Quran Publishers 1995)
  • ____. Fatawa amjadiyya
  • Ashraf Ali Thanwi, Baheshti zewar, (Lahore: Jehangir Book Dep.)  
  • ____. Haq al-sama’, (Karachi: Idara Ashraf al-‘Ulum 1950)
  • Ghulam Ahmad Sayyalwi, Khutbate Shaykh al-Islam, (Lahore: Idara Ta‘limate Aslaf: 2000)
  • Ghulam Rasul Sa‘idi, Tibyan al-qur’an
  • Habib Allah Na‘imi Ashrafi, Habib al-fatawa, (Lahore: Ishtiyaq I. Printers 2005)
  • Hasan Ali, Dar al-‘ulum Bareilly sharif manzar Islam aur madrasa Deoband (Karachi: Anjuman Anwar al-Qadiriyya)
  • Husayn Ahmad, Al-Shihab al-thaqib ‘ala al-mustariq al-kadhib, (Lahore: Dar al-Kitab 1979)
  • Idris Kandhlawi,‘Ilm al-kalam, (Karachi: Zamzam Publishers 2003)
  • Isma‘il Badat, Islah mafahim par tahqiqi nazr, (Lahore: Madrasa Khuddam Ahl al-Sunna 2006)
  • Jalal al-Din Amjadi, Fatawa fayz al-rasul
  • Kifayatullah, Ta‘lim al-islam, (Lahore: Idara Islamiyyat 1987)
  • Khalid Mahmud, Mutali’a barelwiyyat, (Lahore: Dar al-Ma‘arif 1986)
  • Khalil Ahmad, Fatawa mazahir al-‘ulum, (Karachi: Maktaba Shaykh 1983)
  • Mahmud al-Hasan, Adilla kamila, (Karachi: Qadimi Kutub Khana)
  • Manzur Nu‘mani, Faysla kun munazara, (Lahore: Dar al-Nafa’is)
  • ____. Shaykh Muhammad bin ‘Abd al-Wahhab aur hindustan ke ‘ulama haq, (Karachi: Qadim Kutub Khana 1978)
  • Mas‘ud Ahmad, Khulafa  muhaddith Barelwi, (Lahore: Raza Academy 1998) 
  • Muhammad Akbar Shah, Akabir ‘Ulama Deoband, (Lahore: Idara Islamiyyat 1999)
  • Muhammad ‘Arif Sanbhli, Barelwi fitna ka neya rup, (Lahore: ‘Irfan Afdal Printing Press 1978)
  • Muhammad Fayz Uwaysi, Deobandi imam ke pechay namaz ka hukm, (Karachi: Maktaba Ghawthiyya)
  • Muhammad ‘Uthman Arkani, Khawatin ke fiqhi masa’il, (Karachi: Bayt al-ilm 2008)
  • Munib al-Rahman, Tafhim al-masa’il, (Lahore: Diya’ al-Qur’an Publications)
  • Mustafa Raza Khan, Al-Fatawa al-mustafawiyya
  • Na‘im al-Din Muradabadi, Al-Tahqiqat li-daf‘i talbisat, (UP: Anjuman Furughe Millat)
  • ____. Kitab al-‘aqa’id, (Lahore: Diya’ al-Quran Publications 2001)
  • ____. Khazayin al-irfan,
  • Nizam al-Din Multani, Fatawa nizamiyya, (Lahore: Isha‘at al-Quran Publications 1997)
  • Pir Karam Shah, Diya’ al-qur’an, (Lahore: Ziya’ al-Qur’an Publications 1995)
  • Qamar al-Din Sayyalwi, Madhabe shi‘a, (Lahore: Diya’ al-Qur’an Publications 2001)
  • Rashid Ahmad Gangohi, Fatawa rashidiyya, (Lahore: Maktaba Rahmaniyya)
  • Sardar Ahmad Qadri, Fatawa muhaddith A‘zam, (Faysalabad: Maktaba Qadiriyya 2001)
  • Sarfraz Khan Safdar, Al-Kalam al-mufid, (Gujranwala: Maktaba Safdariyya 2006)
  • ____. Ankhon ki thandak, (Gujranwala: Maktaba Safdariyya 2008)
  • ____. Dil ka surur, (Gujranwala: Maktaba Safdariyya 2005)
  • ____. Nur bashar, (Deoband: Maktaba ‘Ukaz)
  • Sayyid Mushtaq ‘Ali Shah, ‘Ulama ahle sunnat ki tasnifi khidmat ki ek jhalk, (Gujranwala: Maktaba Faruqiyya 2001)
  • ‘Umar Icharwi, Miqyase hanafiyyat, (Lahore: Dar al-Miqyas 1992)
  • ____. Miqyase nur, (Lahore: Dar al-Miqyas 1992)
  • Wali Hasan Khan, Fitna inkare hadith, (Karachi: Al-Mu‘in Trust 1984)
  • Waqar al-Din Qadri, Waqar al-fatawa
  • Yusuf Ludhyanwi, Ikhtilafe ummat awr sirate mustaqim, (Lahore: Maktabe Madaniyya)
  • Zafar al-Din Bahari, Hayate Ala Hazrat, (Bareilly: Qadri book Depot)
  • Zafar Ahmad ‘Uthmani, Sirat Mansur Hallaj
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3 Responses to Literature on Deobandis and Barelwis

  1. Syed Muhammad Ukasha says:

    I was very disappointed by reading Islah e Mafahim par tehqeeqi nazar. I cannot believe it was written by a Deobandi Scholar. It is a book in which Haji Imdadullah’s due to Faysala Haft Mas’ala is criticized. After reading this, I cannot believe that Mawlana Ismail Badat is a khalifa of Zakariyya Kandhelvi. I doubt that he had any relation with the deobandis. He is an extremist Wahhabi I must say. I didn’t expect this from him.

    Following Deobandi Ulema endorsed al-Mafaheem:

    1) Muhammad Malik Kandhelvi, Shaykh al-Hadith, Jamia al-Ashrafia, Lahore
    2) Hamid Mian bin Muhammad Mian, Amir of Jamiat Ulama Islam, Pakistan, the Khalifa of Shaykh al-Islam Husayn Ahmad Madani
    3) Abd ar-Rahman, Shaykh al-Hadith and Mufti, Vice President of Jamia al-Ashrafia, Lahore
    4) Ubayd al-Allah, Mufti, President of Jamia al-Ashrafia, Lahore
    5) Dr Abd al-Razzaq Iskandar, The Nazim of Education and General Secetary, Jamia Uloom al-Islamia, Karachi
    6) Yusuf Binnori, Shaykh and Mufti, Vice President of Jamia Uloom al-Islamia, Karachi
    7) Aziz al-Rahman Hazarwi, The Khalifa of Shaykh al-Hadith Zakariyya al-Kandhelvi, Rawalpindi
    8) Syed Muhammad Abd al-Qadir Azad, Khateeb, Badshahi Masjid, Lahore
    9) Arif Billah Shaykh Sayyid Nafees al-Husseini, the Khalifa of Shaykh Abd al-Qadir Raipuri, Lahore
    10) Muhammad Abd al-Ghani, Former Mudarris at Jamia al-Madina, Lahore
    11) Shaykh Ali Asghar, Punjab, Khateeb, Mehikma Wifaq
    12) Muhammad Abd al-Wahid, Khateeb, Jamia Islamia, Sialkot

    These two Deobandi scholars translated al-Mafahim in Urdu:

    1) Mawlana Muhammad Umair, the Khalifa of Sufi Muhammad Iqbal (He only translated the Taqariz)
    2) Mawlana Muhammad Anees al-Mazahiri, Raees of Jamia Ahsan al-Quran wa al-Uloom Nabawiyya

    The following scholars ordered the translation of this work:

    1) Sayyid Shaykh Sufi Muhammad Iqbal, the Khalifa of Shaykh al-Hadith Zakariyya Kandhelvi
    2) Shaykh Muhammad Abd al-Hafiz al-Makki, the Khalifa of Shaykh al-Hadith Zakariyya Kandhelvi
    3) Hafiz Sagheer Ahmed, Founder of Jamia Ahsan al-Quran wa al-Uloom Nabawiyya, the Khalifa of Shaykh al-Hadith Zakariyya Kandhelvi, the Father of the Translator

    Following Deobandis helped writing this book:

    1) Ahmad Abd al-Rahman Siddique
    2) Mufti Mawlana Zubair al-Hasan Kandhelvi, who was praised by Mufti Taqi Usmani and Mawlana Khalid Mahmood
    3) Mawlana Habibullah

    All these Deobandi Scholars must be against the belief of their Akaabir as per the view of Ismail Badat WAHHABI.

  2. Syed Muhammad Ukasha says:

    Our Akaabir believed that Mawlid is absolutely correct if it is done in the correct way. They were against the reprehensible acts mixed with them. They Prohibited people from Mawlid due to those reprehensible acts, not because of Mawlid itself. Same was their view in regards to Urs, Chaliswah etc. Sayyid Shaykh Muhammad bin Alawi al-Maliki (May Allah have mercy on him) permitted Mawlid that is free of reprehensibility. Makka is free from reprehensible Mawlid, Mawlid is Jaiz, but Praiseworthy there (Jameel Ahmed Thanawi, Khalifa of Hakim ul-Ummah, Sharah Faysala Haft Mas’ala). Mawlana Rashid Ahmad Gangohi said that Faysala Haft Mas’ala is not a biddati book. However, the so-called Deobandi (HE has no relation to Deobandiyat) WAHHABI ISMAIL BADAT accused Haji Imdadullah, it was the worst thing he wrote. This is his worst book ever written.

    Allah save this Ummah from MUNAFIQ WAHHABI ISMAIL BADAT who claims to be a Deobandi.

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