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Principles of Sufism
Principles of Sufism were tabulated by Abdul Khaliq al Ghujdawani one of the greatest Sufi saints of the Naqshbandi order. These principles essentially comprise the various basic requirements and objectives of Sufism and the best way to practice the same. To the list of principles that he compiled, three more were added later by Muhammad Bahauddin Shah Naqshband.

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