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The inner life by Inayat KhanVolume 1
The Mysticism of Sound and Music by Inayat KhanVolume 2
The art of personality by Inayat KhanVolume 3
Mental Purification and Healing (The Sufi Message) by Inayat KhanVolume 4
The Sufi Message of Hazrat Inayat Khan, a Sufi Message of Spiritual Liberty (Volume 5) by Inayat KhanVolume 5
The Alchemy of Happiness by Inayat KhanVolume 6
In an Eastern Rose Garden by Inayat KhanVolume 7
The Sufi Message of Hazrat Inayat Khan, Sufi Teachings (Volume 8) by Inayat KhanVolume 8
The Unity of Religious Ideals (Vol 9) by Inayat KhanVolume 9
The Sufi Message: Sufi Mysticism v. 10 by Inayat KhanVolume 10
Philosophy, Psychology and Mysticism (Vol 11) by Inayat KhanVolume 11
The Sufi Message of Hazrat Inayat Khan (Volume 12) by Inayat KhanVolume 12
Sacred Readings: The Gathas (Sufi Message of Hazrat Inayat Khan: Vol 13) by Hazrat Inayat KhanVolume 13
The Sufi Message by Hazrat Inayat Khancomplete
Sufi Message: vol. 13 -1 (Index to Volumes) by Hazrat Inayat KhanIndex

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