Esat Erbili was a "Shaykh" of the
Naqshbandiorder of Sufisand brought a branch of the Naqshbandiyyah with him to Istanbul at the beginning of the First World War.
Esat Erbili was born in Erbil in Iraq in the year 1847 (1264) where he studied under Taha al-Hariri. After the death of Shaykh al-Hariri in 1875 he visited Istanbul for a short time, later returning in 1910 to established a Dergah (Tekke) in ÜsküdarYilmaz, H. Kamil:"Altin Silsile". Erkam Yayinlari (Istanbul). 1994.]
*"Kenzul-Irfan"-Translation and Commentary of 100,000
*"Maktubat (Mektubat)" Muhammad Esat Erbili: "Mektubat". Erkam Yayinlari (Istanbul)] - a collection of letters to his students
*"Divan" - Turkish and Persian Poetry
*"Risale-i Es'adiyye" - Autobiography
*"Tevhid Risalesi Tercümesi" - A Commentary of
Ibn Arabi's Kitab al-Tawhid
*"Fatiha-i Şerife Tercümesi" - A
Tafsiror commentary of the first chapter of the Qur'an
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