Details: Bahaar e Shariat: [Volume 16]*
[A5] Hardback – 560 pages, Back in Stock & Despatching,
by Qadi Sadrus Shari’ah Mufti Amjad Ali Azmi,
Translated into English by Mufti Aftab Cassim al-Qadiri, Ridawi Noorie,
[of the Imam Mustafa Raza Research Centre, Durban, S.A.].
Description : Volume 16: Book of Morals & Etiquette
First ever English translation of the famous Hanafi fiqh manual !
‘Bahar-e-Shari’at’ is that universally acclaimed book of the eminent khalifa of the great Mujaddid of Islam, AlaHadrat Shah Imam Ahmad Raza Khan, ‘alayhi ar-Rahman w’al-Ridwan, and the great faqih of the era, Sadrus Shari’ah, Qadi Hakeem, Allama Abul Mawlana Amjad Ali Aazmi Razawi, ‘alayhir rahman, which can be justifiably called the Encyclopedia of the Hanafi Islamic (fiqh) Jurisprudence. Bahaar-e-Shar’ah is possibly the most authentic and comprehensive fiqh book currently in the urdu language for Hanafi Sunni Muslims.
This publication, is the first ever English translation of ‘Volume 16’ of the famous Hanafi fiqh manual !
Today, there is hardly a Darul Ifta that does not carry a copy of Bahaar-e-Shariat. With the exception of Darul Iftas, there are also numerous Mosques the world-over that have classes in which Bahaar-e-Shariat is taught to the worshippers: and numerous Muslim Colleges and Universities in the World have introduced Bahaar-e-Shariat as a part of the syllabus for those studying to become Ulama. Undoubtedly, in the present time, there has not been any other Book of Fiqh that has been written in the urdu language, which compares to Bahaar-e-Shariat. The world renowned ‘Fatawa Alamgiri‘ was compiled by the devoted efforts of hundreds of the most learned Ulama of the time, but Sadrus Sahriah compiled a voluminous book like Bahaar-e-Shariat single handedly. The Muslim Ummah will forever remain indebted to him for work of such magnitude. Seventeen Volumes were orginally written by ‘Sadrus Shariah’ and due to ill health, he was unable to go any further, therefore the final 3 volumes were written by his students upon his request.
Volume Index :
—Volume 1 /2 /3 Book of Imaan & Aqaa’id, Taharah & Salaah, Published!
—Volume 3 & 4 NEW – combined : Book of Salaah & Janazah, Published!
—Volume 5 & 6 combined : forthcoming , …
—Volume 7 & 8 combined : forthcoming , …
—Volume 16 : Book of Manners, Published!
Table of Contents – Volume 16 :
—Supplications in support by prominent Ulema and Mashaykh,
—Introduction to Bahaar-e-Shariat,
—The Importance of Fiqh & An Introduction to Imam al-A’zam,
—A Brief account of the Author,
—Important Shar’i Terminology,
—Lawful and Unlawful.
—Chapter : The etiquettes of eating,
—Chapter : Etiquettes of drinking water,
—Chapter : Walima and entertaining guests,
—Chapter : Rules regarding dishware & crockery,
—Chapter : Reliability of khabar (a report / news),
—Chapter : Attire (clothing),
—Chapter : The amaama (turban),
—Chapter : The wearing of shoes,
—Chapter : Rings and jewellery,
—Chapter : Covering dishware / Etiquette of going to sleep,
—Chapter : Etiquette of sitting, sleeping and walking,
—Chapter : Looking and touching,
—Chapter : Seeking permission to enter a house,
—Chapter : Conveying salaam (greeting),
—Chapter : Shaking hands, embracing & kissing,
—Chapter : Sneezing and yawning,
—Chapter : Buying and Selling,
—Chapter : Virtues of reciting the Glorious Qur’an,
—Chapter : Respect for the Qur’an and other books,
—Chapter : Etiquette of the Masjid and towards the Qibla,
—Chapter : Visiting the sick and treatment,
—Chapter : Amusement & games (i.e. entertainment),
—Chapter : Poetry,
—Chapter : The evils of lies and lying,
—Chapter : Controlling the tongue, backbiting,
—Chapter : Malice and jealousy,
—Chapter : The disapproval of oppression (zulm),
—Chapter : Anger and pride (arrogance),
—Chapter : Separation and severing ties,
—Chapter : Fostering civil relationships,
—Chapter : Compassion to children and orphans,
—Chapter : The rights of neighbours,
—Chapter : Compassion towards Allah’s Creation,
—Chapter : Gentleness, modesty & virtuous ways,
—Chapter : Companionship of the pious,
—Chapter : Enmity and friendship for the sake of Allah,
—Chapter : Cutting hair and clipping nails,
—Chapter : Circumcision,
—Chapter : Adornment (beautification),
—Chapter : Keeping names,
—Chapter : Competing,
—Chapter : Earning,
—Chapter : Commanding right and forbidding evil,
—Chapter : Knowledge and education,
—Chapter : Hypocritical showiness & pursuit of fame,
—Chapter : Etiquette of visiting graves,
—Chapter : Esaal-e-Sawaab,
—Chapter : Virtuous assemblies,
—Chapter : The etiquette of travelling,
—Chapter : Miscellaneous issues.
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Published by: Kutub Khana Amjadia. Off-mint. Minor imperfections (creases, rips, etc) in finish and overall appearance.