Early Shaykhism - Tafsir Writings
Shaykh Aḥmad ibn Zayn al Dīn al-Aḥsā’ī (b. Ḥasa [Aḥsa] 11XX/17XX - d. Medina 1241/1826).
Early Qajar period Arab born Shi`i philosopher and mystic who lived for many years in Persia-Iran and whose followers were known as al-Shaykhiyya (Shaykhis) or Kashfiyya ("Disclosers") as well as Balasaris (literally, "Facing the Head [Persons]")... Many of al-Ahsa'is numerous writings and treatises are expository of the Qur'ān and related Hadith texts.
Shaykh Aḥmad al Aḥsā’ī.
- Tafsīr Sūrat al-tawhīd wa āyat al-nūr . This was written in reply to Sayyid Muhammad Bakā' and printed within vol.1 of the Jawāmi` al-kalim,
- Tafsīr Sūrat al-tawhīd 2nd ed. in Majmū`a al-rasā'il al-ḥikma' (2nd ed.) Kirmān: Maṭba`at al-Sa`āda, 1379/ 1960. pp.1-16. * Trans. Stephen Lambden (forthcoming) URL:
- Jawāmi` al kalim. (= JK. ) 2 vols. Tabrīz: Muhammad Tāqī Nakhjavānī, 1273/1856-7 . Vol.1 / i, ii and iii and 1276 /1859-60 = vol. 2/i and ii. *
- Sharḥ al `arshiyya. 2 vols. 2nd. ed. Kirmān: Sa`adat. n.d.
SAYYID KAZIM RASHTI
السيد كاظم بن السيد قاسم الحسيني الرشتي
Sayyid Kāẓim ibn Sayyid Qāsim al-Ḥusaynī al-Rashtī
Sayyid Kāẓim al-Rashtī.
Tafsirs on the Qur'anic basmala :