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One of the less recognized heritages of Sufi order Kubrawiyya Ferdowsiyeh is a work which was published using lithography in Agra in 1321 A.H. including three short epistles named Rāhat Al-Gholoub, Vafāt Nāmeh and Vasiat Nāmeh. Two first epistles are directly related to Sharafoddin-e Manyari (661?-782 A.H.), because Rāhat Al-Gholoub is one of the utterances left by Sharafoddin that his thoughts, Sufi order Kubrawiyya Ferdowsiyeh and the teachings of its spiritual guides can be found in. Vafāt Nāmeh is also a report of the last day of Sheykh-e Manyari’s life, written by one of the particular novice of Sheykh called Zeyn-e Badr-e Arabi (death: After 782 A.H.) and in some aspects is one of the most valuable Persian Sufi texts in the subcontinent. Third epistle is also indirectly related to Sharafoddin-e Manyari, because it is Najiboddin-e Ferdowsi’s (death: 732 A.H.) testament who was the master of Sheykh-e Manyari and it is very important for the scientific study of the opinions and thoughts of Sharafoddin and the identification of his intellectual sources and influences. This research tried to introduce this lithography and three epistle published and show their importance recognizing better Sharafoddin-e Manyari and Sufi order Kubrawiyya Ferdowsiyeh.