The Gold Dinar and Silver Dirham
Islam and the Future of Money
Author: Shaykh Imran N. Hosein
Nur al-Idah is a Hanafi text which includes vast areas of jurisprudence, namely, the rulings pertaining to worship. It leaves the student or general reader well prepared to deal with the majority of matters ranging from purification, prayer, funerals, zakat to hajj. It reveals in a small way as to why the Hanafi Madhhab is held in such high esteem from scholars all over the world.
Author: Abdur-Rahman Ibn Yusuf
On Taqlid and the Hanafi Interpretation of the Prophetic Statement "Pray as you have observed me pray!"
THE MAIN OBJECTIVE of this book is to provide in-depth discussions on those aspects of a Muslim's prayer which are subject to differences of opinion in the four madhhabs or "schools of Islamic law," giving special attention to the Hanafi opinion on each issue. However, since even the concept of taqlid or "following a school in Islamic law" is unfamiliar to many Muslims, a discussion on this subject is necessary at the outset.
In this regard, taqlid will be discussed under the following three headings in this chapter: (I) What is Taqlid; (2) Taqlid: Following an Imam in the Matters of Sharta; (3) Following One Particular Imam in Every Juristic Issue. This will hopefully remove any confusion regarding the issue of taqlid, and comfort those who seek clarification on the subject.
A partial translation of five of Sayyid Sabiq's popular summaries of Islamic law according to the four main schools. Covers: purification and prayer; supererogatory prayer; zakaat and fasting; funerals and dhikr; hajj and umrah.
Author: Sayyid Sabiq
A classical manual of Islamic Sacred Law by Ahmad Ibn Naqib Al Misri (D. 769/1368), with the English text, commentary and appendices translated by Noah Ha Mim Keller.
Author: Ahmad Ibn Naqib Al Misri (D. 769 AH)
Translator: Noah Ha Mim Keller
Translated by: Alhaj Bello Mohammad Daura, MA (London)
Abu Muhammad 'Abdullah, a Maliki faqih known as "Shaykh al-Faqih" and "little Malik". He was the head of the Maliki school in Qayrawan. He wrote ar-Risala and an-Nawadir and several other books.
The Guiding Helper is a practical guide to the dīn that the Prophet Muhammad (May Allah bless him and give him peace) brought.
Title: Tafsir al Khazin : Al Musama li Bab at Ta'weel fi Ma'ani at Tanzeel
تفسير الخازن، المسمى لباب التاويل في معاني التنزيل
الامام علي بن محمد بن ابراهيم البغدادي الصوفي المعروف بالخازن
Author: Imam Ali Ibn Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Baghdadi al-Sufi, popular as al-Khazin
Annotated with Tafsir Ibn Arabi
Tafsir al-Khazin available in 4 volumes, annotated by Shaykh al-Akbar Mohiuddin Ibn Arabi (d. 638 AH = 1240 CE)
تفسير الخازن وبهامشه تفسير ابن عربي الحاتمي
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Annotated with Tafsir al-Nasafi
Tafsir al-Khazin in 4 volumes, annotated with Tafsir al-Nasafi of Imam Abdullah bin Ahmed al-Nasafi al-Hanafi (d. 687 AH), published in Egypt
تفسير النسفي المسمى ب مبارك التنزيل و حقائق التأويل
للامام أبي البركات عبدالله بن أحمد بن محمود النسفي
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Volume 3 (552 pages) - Download
Volume 4 (466 pages) - Download
Tafsir Ibn Jurayj (تفسير ابن جريج)
Author: Ali Hasan Abdul Ghani
This Tafsir, attributed to Ibn Jurayj, is not authored by Ibn Jurayj himself, but contains only the narrations of Ibn Jurayj about the Tafsir of the Holy Quran.
Abdul Malik Ibn Abdul Aziz Ibn Jurayj (died 150 AH = 767 AD) was a great Sunni scholar and considered the first collector of Hadith. Many later Sunni scholars narrated Hadith and other traditions from him. This Tafsir is compiled with only Ibn Jurayj's narrations about the verses of holy Quran.
Tafsir Bahr al-Muheet (Arabic)
البحر المحيط في تفسير القرآن العظيم
Author: Muhammad Ibn Yusuf, known commonly as Abu Hayyan al-Andalusi (died 745 = 1344 AD)
تأليف أبي عبدالله محمد بن يوسف بن علي بن يوسف بن حيان الأندلسي (ت 745)
Language: Arabic (العربية)
The book describes the two ideologies of Tawhid in Sufism, namely Tawhid al-Wujudi and Tawhid al-Shuhudi, and discusses the second one as it was devised by Shaykh Ahmed Sirhindi Mujaddid Alf Thani.
Endless Bliss (Se'âdet-i Ebediyye) - English Translation
Author: M. Siddik Gumus
This book is a great source of religious and spiritual knowledge for a Muslim that covers almost every aspect of Islam. Many letters from the Maktubat of Hazrat Mujaddid Alf Thani have been translated into this book.
It was originally written in Turkish and later translated into English.
al-Baqiyat as-Salihat (الباقيات الصالحات)
Author: Makhdum Muhammad Hashim Thattvi
Translator: Mawlana Muhammad Idrees Dahiri
This book is written by the great scholar of Sindh, and describes the biographies of Ummahat-ul-Momineen.
Karamat Imam Rabbani (ڪرامات امام رباني)
Author: Mawlana Muhammad Idrees Dahiri
The book contains Karamat (spiritual miracles) of Hazrat Imam Rabbani Mujaddidi Alf Thani rahmatullah alaih.
This is a short book by the famous scholar that proves the Hanafi way of keeping hands in Qiyam during prayer is proved by Sahih Hadith. Some people published the book "Musannaf Ibn Abi Shaibah" and removed the words "Taht as-Surrat" describing the position of hands. This book shows there are clear and authentic Ahadith showing that the preferred position of keeping the hands during Qiyam (standing) in prayer is below the navel.
The book contains merits and values of Sindh and Sindhi society in the 12th century Hijri. It was written in response to an article written by someone against the Sindh and its society.
Author: Makhdoom Muhammad Hashim Thattvi (died 1174 AH)
Translator: Mawlana Muhammad Idrees Dahiri Naqshbandi
التفسیر الکبیر (مفاتیح الغیب)
Author: Imam Fakhruddin Razi (died 606 AH)
Language: ArabicThis is a classical Tafsir, published in 32 volumes, written by a famous Sunni Imam and scholar Hadhrat Imam Fakhr al-Din Razi (rahimahullah). The real name of this Tafsir is Mafateeh al-Ghayb, but is more popular with the name "Tafsir al-Kabir" due to its huge size.
It is said that Imam Razi wrote this Tafsir himself upto Surah al-Fath when he died. After his death, the remaining part of the tafseer, from Surah al-Fatiha to the end, was completed by Qadi Shihab al-Din ibn Khalil al-Khawli al-Dimashqi (died 639 Hijrah) or Shaykh Najm al-Din Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Qamuli (died 777 Hijrah). (Kashaf al-Zunun v. 2, p. 477)
Format: PDF (scanned)