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Works of Hadj Nemat


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Written in 1918-19, this 124-page treatise in Persian prose is presented as an introduction to Haqq ol-Haqqayeq [The Truth of Truths], also known as Shahnameh-ye Haqqiqat [The Book of the Kings of Truth].

The treatise, which in all likelihood has been transcribed in the handwriting of his son Ostad Elahi, expounds on various material concerning the Ahl-e Haqq, a description of Ali, doctrinal principles, historical background, the concept of licit and illicit, laws and rituals, rites and ceremonies, and other topics relevant to the order.

In the works of Hadj Nemat, an immense and ineffable love toward Ali is readily apparent, such that every topic naturally culminates in a discussion and exposition of his manifestation. In his writings, aside from the main topic under discussion, Hadj Nemat always invites people to go toward God with sincerity and rectitude, counseling them through the example of his own life and experiences and encouraging them to observe morality and ethics.

Hadj Nemat states: "[I]n any case, on the order of the Beloved, I have truthfully conveyed that which I have learned of the divine secrets…." He also introduces some of his other works here, such as The Book of the Kings of Truth, Proof of the Tradition, Eternal Abode, and Garden of Justice.
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