Ḫwān-i Pur niʿmat, compiled by Manīrī’s disciple Zayn Badr ʿArabi in 750-751/1349-50, is an example of the malfuz genre in Sufi literature in which the assemblies presided over by a Sufi Master are recorded. This work is the record of forty-seven assemblies in the framework of questions asked of Manīrī by his disciples and Manīrī’s answers.
Manīrī is best known for his work Maktūbāt-i Saʿdī, a collection of letters addressed to one of his disciples. In these letters, Manīrī wrote on the “essential problems concerned with the enlightenment of man’s inner personality”. Overall, Manīrī’s writing’s show him to be not only versed in the traditions but also that of Sufi categories and concepts.