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خصائصِ صغریٰ، اردو ترجمہ
اصل عربی کتاب کا نام: انموذج اللبيب في خصائص الحبيب (صلّ الله عليه وسلم)
مصنف حضرت علامہ امام جلال الدین سیوطی شافعی رحمۃ اللہ علیہ
مترجم: علامہ عبد الرسول ارشد، فاضل دار العلوم بھیرہ شریف
ناشر: ضیاء القرآن پبلی کیشنز، لاہور، پاکستان
Khasais-e-Sughra, Urdu translation, by Imam Jalaluddin Suyuti.
الاتقان فی علوم القرآن، اردو ترجمہ
مصنف: علامہ جلال الدین سیوطی رحمۃ اللہ علیہ، ۸۴۹ھ تا ۹۱۱ھ
ادارہ اسلامیات، لاہور
Al-Itqan Fi Uloom al-Quran, Urdu translation. By Imam Jalaluddin Suyuti (911H).
تذکرۃ الروح، اردو ترجمہ
مصنف: امام جلال الدین سیوطی
ترجمہ و ترتیب: مولانا محمد شریف نقشبندی
ناشر: ضیاء القرآن پبلی کیشنز، لاہور، 1999
Tazkirat-ur-Rooh, by Imam Jalaluddin Suyuti
Authentic Urdu translation, published by Zia-ul-Quran Publications, Lahore
موت کے بعد زندگی، اردو
امام جلال الدین سیوطی
اردو ترجمہ: احمد حسن ساہی، فاضل دار العلوم محمدیہ غوثیہ بھیرہ شریف
Mot Ke Bad Zindagi (life after death), Urdu
Original work by Imam Jalaluddin Suyuti
Urdu translation by Ahmed Hasan Saahi
Bushral-Kaeeb by Imam Suyuti (Urdu translation)
By Imam Jalaluddin Suyuti (d. 911 AH)
This is a list of all the writings of Jalaluddin Suyuti with brief introductory notes and links to those writings on the Internet.
Imam Jalaluddin al-Suyuti (849-911 A.H.) was one of the greatest scholars of Islam, a great Muhaddith, a Faqih of Shafi'i school, and a writer with hundreds of written works. Most of his works are still available today and widely read, published and translated.
Sharh al-Sudoor by al-Suyuti
شرح الصدور بشرح حال الموتى و القبور - السيوطي
By: Imam Jalaluddin Suyuti (d. 911 AH)
A great wonderful book about the death and life hereafter, by the great Imam and author al-Suyuti. This book describes everything in Islam about the death, the grave, the dealings in the grave, and the details of life hereafter. It also has a chapter on visitng the graves, specially those of pious and righteous people.
- (شرح الصدور), translated by Allama Faiz Ahmed Awaisi (علامہ محمد فیض احمد اویسی), Download PDF
This is one of the short treatises written by the great scholar and Imam Allama Jalaluddin al-Suyuti (d. 911 AH), describing the right belief about the parents of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), that they are indeed saved and in Jannah.
Some of the scholars in past have cast doubt over the belief of the parents of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), that whether they were Muslims or not. This doubt is due to the fact that there was no established religion before the Prophethood of Prophet Muhammad. Some of the Hadiths also point to the fact that they were not Muslims. But this is only a minority view in the scholars of Ahl as-Sunnah. Even those who do not believe that they were Muslims, keep silent over this issue rather than saying clearly that they were Non-Muslims and are in Hell.
Imam Suyuti authored multiple short books upon this issue. These books are specially important today, as some people from the new sect of Wahhabism are openly declaring the blessed parents of the Prophet as being in Hell, a clear blasphemy against the Final Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him). May Allah give peace and mercy to Imam Suyuti who has already cleared the issue by proving from the Quran and Sunnah that the blessed parents were indeed Muslim and righteous believers, and even were resurrected after death to make a belief in Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
التعظيم والمنة في ان ابوي رسول الله في الجنة للامام جلال الدين السيوطي
تحقيق و تعليق محمد زينهم محمد عزب
Part of the attached book Masaalik al-Hunafa
حضور کے والدین جنتی ہیں، اردو ترجمہ از مفتی خان محمد قادری
تنبيه الغبي في تختية ابن عربي، الامام جلال الدين السيوطي رحمه الله
When one of his shaykhs, Burhan al-Din Ibrahim ibn `Umar al-Biqa`i (d. 885), attacked Ibn `Arabi in a tract entitled Tanbih al-Ghabi ila Takfir Ibn `Arabi ("Warning to the Dolt That Ibn `Arabi is an Apostate"), al-Suyuti countered with a tract entitled Tanbih Al-Ghabi fi Takhti'a Ibn `Arabi ("Warning to the Dolt That Faults Ibn `Arabi"). Both epistles have been published.
In his reply al-Suyuti states that he considers Ibn `Arabi a Friend of Allah whose writings are forbidden to those who read them without first learning the technical terms used by the Sufis. He cites from Ibn Hajar's list in Anba' al-Ghumr, among the trusted scholars who kept a good opinion of Ibn `Arabi or counted him a wali: Ibn `Ata' Allah al-Sakandari (d. 709), al-Yafi`i (d. 678), Ibn `Abd al-Salam after the latter's meeting with al-Shadhili, Shihab al-Din Abu al-`Abbas Ahmad ibn Yahya al-Malwi al-Tilimsani (d. 776), Siraj al-Din Abu Hafs `Umar ibn Ishaq al-Hindi al-Hanafi (d. 773) the author of Sharh al-Hidaya and Sharh al-`Ayni, Najm al-Din al-Bahi al-Hanbali (d. 802), al-Jabarti (d. 806), the major lexicographer al-Fayruzabadi (d. 818), Shams al-Din al-Bisati al-Maliki (d. 842), al-Munawi (d. 871), and others. Of note with regard to the above is the abundant use of Ibn `Arabi's sayings by al-Munawi in his commentary of al-Suyuti's Jami` al-Saghir entitled Fayd al-Qadir, and by Fayruzabadi in his commentary on Bukhari's Sahih.
(Notes written by Sheikh G.F Haddad. http://www.livingislam.org/suyuti_e.html)