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Mirsat sharh Mirqat : Urdu
Mirsat sharh Mirqat : Urdu
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*[A5+] Large Paperback - 296 pages,
sharh Mirqat by Allama Fadl e Haq Khayrabadi,
urdu tarjuma by Mufti Muhammad Shabbir Purnuri,
Published by Al-Huda, Delhi.



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This is a urdu sharh - commentary of Allama Fazl e Haqq Khairabadi, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi's, translation of Mirqat.





Allama Fazle Haq Khayrabadi (1212/1791-1278/1861), rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi, was the son of Allama Fazle Imam Faruqi Khayrabadi (d.1244/1829), the 'Sadr us Sudoor' of Delhi.  Allama Fazle Haq received his education in Islamic Sciences from Shah Abd 'al Qadir (d. 1230/1815) and Shah Abd' al Aziz, the Muhaddith of Delhi (1239/1824) and in rational sciences from his father. He had a phenomenal memory and memorised the Quran in a little over 4 months. Ha also completed the curriculum in Arabic, Persian and religious studies by the age of 13 and engaged himself in teaching.


Besides being a scholar of Islamic studies and theology, he was also a literary persona. More than 4,000 couplets in Arabic are attributed to him. He edited the first diwan of Mirza Ghalib on his request. On account of his deep knowledge and erudition he was called Allama and later was venerated as a great Sufi. He was also bestowed with the title Imam Hikmat & Kalaam (The Imam of logic, philosophy and literature). He was considered the final authority on issuing fatwas or religious rulings.  He is perhaps most remembered for issuing a fatwa in favour of Jihad against the 'British' in 1857 and against the Wahhabi extremists. He sadly passed away in custody in the Adaman Islands, in 1861.



Also see Some Prominent Ulama & Their Role in the 1857 Revolt.








*Dimensions : 24 x 16cm.








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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 19 January, 2017.