Dawud al-Ta'i

Abu Sulaiman Dawud ibn Nusair al-Tā'ī, (Arabic: ابو سلیمان داؤد بن نصیر الطائي‎) usually referred to as Dawud Tā'ī, (died between 777 and 782) was an Islamic scholar and Sufi mystic.[1] He resided in Kufa and was a prominent student of Abu Hanifa. His disciples included many influential personalities of Islamic mysticism, e.g., Maruf Karkhi and Ahmad al-Buni.His master was Habib al-Ajami

Abu Sulaiman Dawud ibn Nusair al-Tā'ī
Mystic
Born7th or 8th Century
Venerated inIslam
InfluencesHabib al-Ajami
InfluencedMaruf Karkhi

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