Some Interesting Web Sites
The Sufi Message of Inayat Khan:
International headquarters web sites of some Sufi Orders following the path of Hazrat Inayat Khan:
Sufi Order International
International Sufi Movement
Sufi Ruhaniat International
The Sufi Way
Additional web sites focusing on the teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan:
International Sufi Movement (Missouri,
Sufi Movement International (California,
in German and English... ebook version of all 14 Message Volumes as
well as an ebook version of The Sayings of Hazrat Inayat Khan.
http://www.petama.ch ... excellent web
site... in German and English ... a fine Inayat Khan resource.
http://www.chishti.ru ... a fine
resource of the Chisti heritage, including a history of the Chisti silsila,
along with stories, quotes, poetry and photographs.
articles and meditations by Pir Vilayat
Sufi Events in the
Denver/Boulder area... a local Colorado resource
The Sufi path:
http://www.sufimaster.org/kosp.htm ... many pages of heartful messages
from Shaikh Muhammad Said
http://www.bmf.org ... wonderful words
http://sufi-mystic.net/index.htm ... a wealth of practical, easy to
Sacred Text Archive ...
an amazing collection of spiritual texts, all on-line, all for free.
Bible Study Tools on
Crosswalk.Com... this site is my favorite bible study tool. One of the
powerful tools here is the interlinear bible where you can read the familiar
English version and also the original text side-by-side, and then quickly
look up the original meaning of the words. Also, there are many different
translations of the bible available for comparison using the parallel bible.
The Nag Hammadi
Library... an excellent source for the Gnostic gospels that were found
in the caves near Nag Hammadi. The book of Thomas is particularly powerful
for me. In verse 113, Jesus is asked about the end of the world as we know
His disciples said to him, "When will the kingdom come?" [Jesus said,]
"It will not come by waiting for it. It will not be a matter of saying 'here
it is' or 'there it is.' Rather, the kingdom of the father is spread out
upon the earth, and men do not see it.""
Other Women's Voices...
information about, and quotes from, about a hundred of the greatest women
writers of all times. A marvelous resource from Dorothy Disse. The quotes
al-'Adawiyya and from
Lalla are among my favorites.
Nag Hammadi Gospels... another source for
the Gnostic gospels of Thomas, Philip and Valentine.
Sanskrit study tools:
http://members.ams.chello.nl/l.bontes/ ... a free
digital version of the Monier-Williams dictionary with over 160,000
entries... this is really fantastic... complete with devanagari script.
lots of English translations too... Upanishads, Bhagavad-Gita, and more...
http://sanskrit.gde.to/learning_tutorial_wikner/ ... the text
version shown on this web page is ho-hum quality, but the Adobe Acrobat pdf
version mentioned in the first paragraph is excellent.
http://dsal.uchicago.edu/dictionaries/steingass/ ... Farsi
(Persian) translated into English
http://dsal.uchicago.edu/dictionaries/platts/ ... Urdu and
Hindi translated into English
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