Hossein Ansarian

Hossein Ansarian
Born18 November 1944
Khvansar, Isfahan, Iran
Other names Ayatollah Ustad Husayn Ansāriān
Websiteerfan.ir

Biography

Hossein Ansarian (Persian: حسین انصاریان‎‎), can be an Iranian Shia scholar, writer and lecturer on Islam and mysticism.

Early life

Hossein Ansarian was created on 8 November 1944 in Khvansar, Isfahan, Iran. His dad, Muhammad Bagher, was from Haj Sheikh dynasty which were famous and essential family members in the Medina and Khvansar. Also, his mom was from Sayyid Mostafavi family members.

Migration to Tehran

When Hossein was 3 years old, they visited Tehran and lived in Khorasan area. In the Khorasan area, AliAkbar Borhan, Shia scholar, founded Borhan college and Hossein participated in his classes. After senior high school, he went Seminary. In 1962, he proceeded to go Qom Seminary and continuing his education in Qom and Tehran Seminary.

His teachers

He Has many teachers in various period of his education include: AliAkbar Borhan Sayyid Muhammad Taghi Ghazanfari Khvansari Sayyid Hossein Alavi Khvansari Hajj Sayyid Muhammad Ali ibn al-Ridha Khvansari Ali Falsafi Hajj Sheikh Abbas Tehrani Hajj Agha Hossein Fatemi Mohammad Fazel Lankarani Sayyid Muhammad Muhaqheqh Damad Mirza Hashem Amoli Hussein-Ali Montazeri Ali Meshkini Mohammad Yazdii

Ansarian's translated books

Persian title Translated title Language(s) Bā Kāravān-e Nūr Accompanying the Caravan of Light Endlish Nezām-e Khānevāde dar Eslām The Family members System in Islam British, Urdu, Russian, Turkish, Arabic Sharh-e Du'a Kumayl Commentary in Kumayl Devotions Arabic, Urdu, British Tawbe, Āghūsh-e Rahmat Repentance, the Bosom of Mercy Arabic, British, Urdu Dīyār-e 'Āsheqān (Sharh-e Sahīfa al-Sajjādīyya) The Land of Fans (Commentary in Al-Sahifa al-Sajjadiyya) British Ahl-e Bayt The Prophet's (AS) Home, the planet earth Inhabiting Divines Urdu, Arabic, British, Russian Luqman al-Hakeem Luqman al-Hakeem Urdu

Books

Translation from the Holy Qur'an. Translation of Nahj al-Balāgha. Translation of Sahīfats al-Kāmilat al-Sajjādīyya. Translation and paraphrase of Mafātīh al-Janān. Commentary on Kūmayl's Devotions. New model. Ahl-e Bayt, 'Arshīyān-e Farshneshīn ("The Prophet's (AS) Home, the planet earth Inhabiting Divines"). Mu'āsherat ("sociability, association"). Jelve-hā-ye Rahmat-e Unāhī ("Manifestations of Divine Blessings"). Farhang-e Mehr-varzī ("The Lifestyle of Like"). 'Ebrat-Āmūz ("Admonitions"). Zībā'ī-hā-ye Akhlāq ("The Beauties of Great Morals"). Tawbe, Āghūsh-e Rahmat ("Repentance, the bosom of Mercy"). Club Bāl-e Andīshe ("For the Wings of Idea"), 2 vols., on the net. Bā Kāravān-e Nūr ("Associated the Caravan of Light"). Sīmā-ye Namāz ("The visage of Prayers"). Luqmān-e Hakīm ("Luqman, the Sage"). Hairūghī az Tarbīyat-e Eslāmī ("Beams of Light from Islamic Education"). Rasā'il-e Hajj ("Treatises on Pilgrimage to Mecca"). Dīvān-e Ash'ār (Majmu'a-ye Ghazalīyyāt) ("Poetical Functions, Assortment of Ghazals). Pursesh-hā va Pāsukh-hā ("Queries and Answers"), 5 vols., on the net. Nezām-e Khānevāde dar Eslām ("The Family members Program in Islam"). Mūnes-e Jān ("The Beloved"). 'Erfān-e Eslāmī (Sharh-e Misbāh al-Sharī'a) ("Islamic Mysticism, Commentary on M.), 15 vols, fresh edition. Dīconār-e 'Āsheqān (Sharh-e Sahīfa al-Sajjādīyya) ("The Property of Enthusiasts, Commentary on S.), 15 vols, on the net. Seyr-ī dar Ma'āref-e Eslāmī, ("Study of Islamic Teachings"), vol.1, 'Aql, Kelīd-e Ganj-e Sa'ādat ("Intellect, the main element towards the Treasure of Joy"), vol.2, 'Aql, Mahram-e Rāz-e Malakūt ("Intellect, the Confidant of the trick from the Heaven"), vol.3, Hadīth-e 'Aql va Nafs ("Discourse on Intellect and Soul"). Majmū'a-ye Sukhanrānī-hā-ye Mawzū'ī ("Assortment of Twenty Lectures Organized by Topics"). Eslām va Kār va Kūshesh ("Islam, Function, and Work"). Eslām va 'Elm va Dānesh ("Islam, Technology, and Understanding"). Imām Hasan Ebn-e 'Alī rā Behtar Beshenāsīm ("WHY DON'T WE Improve Our Understanding Concerning Hasan b. 'Alī (While). Ma'navīyyat, Asāsī-tarīn Nīconāz-e 'Asr-e Mā ("Spirituality, THE BEST Want of Our Period"). Besū-ye Qūr'ān va Eslām ("TOWARDS Qur'an and Islam"). Marz-e Rushanā'ī ("Boundary of Light", assortment of poetry). Munājāt-e 'Ārefān ("Mystics' Devotions", assortment of poetry). Chashme-sār-e 'Eshq ("Fountain of Like", assortment of poetry). Golzār-e Muhabbat ("Backyard of Like", assortment of poetry). 'Ebrat-hā-ye Rūzgār ("Lessons of your time"). Nasīm-e Rahmat ("Air flow of Mercy"). Akhlāq-e Khūbān ("Moralia of the nice). Dar Bārgah-e Nūr ("In the Threshold of Light"). Chehel Experiencedīth-e Hajj ("40 Traditions Concerning Pilgrimage to Mecca"). Hajj, Vādī-ye Amn ("Pilgrimage to Mecca, the Property of Protection"). Chehre-hā-ye Mahbūb va Manfūr-e Qur'ān ("Loveable and Disgusting Character types in the Qur'an"). Adab vaĀdāb-e Zā'er ("Pilgrims' Rites"). Rāhī become Sū-ye Akhlāq-e Eslāmī ("A Route towards Islamic Ethics"). Velāyat va Rahbarī az Dīdgāh-e Nahj al-Balāgha ("Authorities and Management as Shown in N."). Majmū'a-ye Maqālāt ("Collected Essays"). 'Ubūdīyyat ("Distribution"). Shifā' dar Qūr'ān ("Remedy in Islam"). Nafts ("Soul"). Taqrīrāt-e Dars-e Marhūm Āyatullāh al-'Uzmā Hājj Mīrzā Hāshem-e Amulī ("Annotations Used in the Lectures shipped by the Past due A., ms.). Taqrīrt-e Dars-e Khrej-e Marhūm Āyatullāh al-'Uzma Hājj Shaykh Abūlfazl-e Najafī-ye Khānsārī ("Annotations Used in the Lectures Delivered from the Past due A. for College students in the Inferential Level", ms.)

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