Fiqh-ul-Hadith: Imam Al-Shwkani ~ Urdu By Hafiz Imran Ayub Lahori
|Print : Original Print|
|Author : Imam Shawkani|
|Translated and Explained: By Hafiz Imran Ayub Lahori|
|Research: Allama Shaikh Nasir-ul-din Albany|
|Taqdim: By Muqtada Hasan Azhari|
|Publisher : Maktab Faheem / SN PUBLICATION|
|Language : URDU|
|Binding : HardCover|
|Categories: Fiqh/Islamic laws|
|Pages : 1568|
|Product Dimensions (cm) 17*24|
|Weight (gm) 2500|
|Format: Black and White / Good Quality Paper|
About The Book
Islami Tarz-e-Zindagi Ke Mutalliq Fiqhi Ahkam Wa Masail, Imam shawkani ki Fiqh ki Ma’ruf Kitaab Al-Durar Al-Bahiyyah Ka Tarjama Wa Tashrih Ma’ahu Takhrij.
(Translation of the book of Fiqhi Issues and Commandments “Al-Durar Al-Bahiyyah” by Imam Shawkani regarding to Islamic style of life.)
The aforementioned book is the translation of the most prominent book by Imam Shawkani “Al-Durar Al-Bahiyyah” That is matn of fiqh which has the distinction of giving directly the dominant speech in the different issues of fiqh, without following any particular Madhhab.
About The Author
Muhammad Ibn Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Abdullaah As-Shawkani, the surname ‘ash-Shawkani’ is derived from Hijrah ash-Shawkan, which is a town outside San’a.
Born into a Zaydi Shi’a Muslim family, ash-Shawkani later on called for a return to the textual sources of the Quran and hadith.
He viewed himself as a mujtahid, or authority to whom others in the Muslim community had to defer in details of religious law.
Of his work issuing fatwas, ash-Shawkani stated ‘I acquired knowledge without a price and I wanted to give it thus.
Part of the fatwa-issuing work of many noted scholars typically is devoted to the giving of ordinary opinions to private questioners.
Ash-Shawkani refers both to his major fatwas, which were collected and preserved as a book, and to his ‘shorter’ fatwas, which he said ‘could never be counted’ and which were not recorded.
He is credited with developing a series of syllabi for attaining various ranks of scholarship and used a strict system of legal analysis based on Sunni thought.
He insisted that a jurists who wanted to be a mujtahid fī’l-madhhab (a scholar who is qualified to exercise ijtihad within a school of Islamic law), was required to do ijtihad, which stemmed from his opposition to taqlid for a mujtahid.
Despite his Shi’ite background, he is regarded by many as a revivalist and has influenced contemporary Islamic movements in the Muslim world such as the Ahl-i Hadith and Salafi Movement .
His legal decisions and discussions are frequently used in contemporary debate among Muslim scholars. Allama Shawkani died in the year 1255 A.H.