When, during our travels, [wrote Sirdar van Stolk, one of Hazrat Inayat Khan’s secretaries, in “Memories of a Sufi Sage”] Murshid returned to his hotel after the day’s lectures, he Continue Reading →

This memory, concerned with the weighing of personal comfort against sacrifice, was recounted by the mureed Kismet Stam, one of Hazrat Inayat Khan’s secretaries. Murshid one day had to choose Continue Reading →

On April 9th 1919, the ‘Southern Daily Echo’ of Southampton published the following article, giving a glimpse of the sense of anticipation that filled a hall when Hazrat Inayat Khan Continue Reading →

The following short memory from Kismet Stam is probably of the time when Hazrat Inayat Khan was staying in Tilak Lodge, the bungalow near the Jumna River where he ultimately Continue Reading →

The following account, told by Kismet Stam, gives us a glimpse of the attitude that Hazrat Inayat Khan held toward the art of music. Murshid said, “Music in India is Continue Reading →

Near the end of 1926, Hazrat Inayat Khan was living in a bungalow called Tilak Lodge, not far from the banks of the Jumna River. Although the area has now Continue Reading →

Kismet Stam accompanied Hazrat Inayat Khan when he returned to India in 1926, and later recounted this anecdote. It might be helpful to recall that even today a person’s caste Continue Reading →

The following anecdote, reported by Kismet Stam, one of the Master’s secretaries, seems to be connected with one of Hazrat Inayat Khan’s journeys across the United States. Someone told about Continue Reading →

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