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Nukhab al-Afkar : 19 Vols, Arabic
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fi Tanqeeh Mabani al-Akhbar Sharh Ma'ani al-Athar,
*[A4] Hardback - 19 Volume Set,
Sharh by Imam Badr al-Din al-A'ini [d.855h],
Sharh Ma'ani al-Athaar by Imam al-Tahawi [d.321h],
Tahqiq by Abu Tamim Yasir bin Ibrahim,
Published by Maktaba Rasheediya, Lahore.




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Nukhab al-Afkar fi Tanqeeh Mabani al-Akhbar fi sharh Sharh Ma'ani al-Athaar by Imam Badr al-Din al-Ayni, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi, presented here in Nineteen volumes, (mukammil - complete). This extensive work is the classical commentary of Imam Abu Jafar al-Tahawi's Sharh Ma'ani al-Athaar.


Sharh Ma'ani al-Athar is the famous Hanafi fiqh manual by Imam at-Tahawi, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi. In this classical work Imam al-Tahawi rigorously studies all of the texts relating to each branch of fiqh and the positions of the Imams of the maddhabs with respect to those rulings.


Imam Abu Ja`far al-Tahawi (b.239-d.321 Hijri) can be said to represent the creed of both Ash`aris and Maturidis, especially the latter, as he was also following the Hanafi madhhab.



This edition by Makataba Rasheediyya of Lahore. Decent print and binding compared to the usual sub-continental fayre. Printed on cream paper. See images below for sample pages.





Imam Badr al-Din al-A'ini,

He is al-Imam al-Allamah, Badr al-Din Mahmud b. Ahmed b. Musa b. al-'Ayntabi al-Hanafi  al-'Ayni, rahmatullahi ta'a'a 'alayhi. He was born 762 AH (1360 CE), and died 855 AH (1453 CE) and was a scholar of the Hanafi madh'hab. Al-'Ayni is an abbreviation for al-'Ayntābi, referring to his native city. He was born into a scholarly family in 762 hijri in the city of 'Ayntāb (which is now Gaziantep in modern Turkey). He studied history, adab, and Islamic religious sciences, and was fluent in Turkish. There is some evidence that he also knew at least some Persian.


In 788 hijri he travelled to Jerusalem, where he met the Hanafi Shaykh al-Sayrāmī, who was the head of the newly established Zāhiriyah madrasah and khānqah (Sufi retreat.) Al-Sayrami invited al-'Ayni to accompany him home to Cairo, where he became affluent. From Cairo he went to teach in Damascus, where he was appointed muhtasib (overseer of sharia in the marketplace) by the amir, and returned to Cairo some time before 800 hijri.


Al-'Ayni's prestige grew as he aged. Mu'ayyad Shaykh named him ambassador to the Qaramanids in 823 hijri. Later in life he would be called upon to lecture on learned topics before the Sultan, sometimes reading history aloud in Arabic and explaining it in Turkish for the Sultan's benefit. The Sultan al-Ashraf Barsbāy is reported to have said "Islam is known only through him" and "If not for al-'Ayntabi there would be something suspect in our Islam."


Barsbāy often turned to al-'Ayni for advice on legal matters, and named him chief Hanafi qadi (judge) in 829 hijri.

 

His written works are;

--- 'Umdat al-Qari fi Sharh Sahih al-Bukhari ; one of the finest commentaries.
(عمدة القاري في شرح صحيح البخاري),
--- al-Binaya Sharh al-Hidaya; ie al-Hidaya al-Mubtadi in hanafi fiqh, (البناية في شرح الهداية),
--- Rumz al-Haqa'iq fi Sharh Kanz al-Daqa'iq ; commentary on the Hanafi fiqh manual, (رمز الحقائق في شرح كنز الدقائق),
--- al-Sayf al-Muhannad fī Sīrat al-Malik al-Mu'ayyad ; a biography of the Sultan Mu'ayyad Shaykh, (السيف المهند في سبرة الملك المؤيد),
--- 'Iqd al-Jūman fī Ta'rikh Ahl al-Zamán ; his own rendition of History (عقد الجمان في تاريخ أهل الزمان),
--- ar-Rad al-Waafir ; (الرد الوافر‎‎),
--- Nukhab al-Afkar fi Tanqih Mabani al-Akhbar fi Sharh Ma`ani al-Athar ; encyclopaedic commentary on Imam al-Tahawi's masterpiece Sharh Mushkil al-Athar, (نخب الأفكار في تنقيح مباني الأخبار في شرح معاني الآثار),
--- Sharh Sunan Abu Dawud ;
--- al-Rawdh al-Zahir fi Sirat al-Malik al-Zahir Tatar ; (الروض الزاهر في سيرة الملك الظاهر ططر).

 

He died in 855 AH (1451 CE) at the age of ninety-three, having outlived all his children, and was buried in his own madrasah in Cairo.





Imam Abu Ja`far Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Azdi, known as Imam al-Tahawi, after his birthplace in Egypt, is among the most outstanding authorities of the Islamic world on hadith and jurisprudence (fiqh). He lived at a time when both the direct and indirect disciples of the Four Imams of law were teaching and practicing. This period was the greatest age of Hadith and fiqh studies, and Imam Tahawi studied with all the living authorities of the day. Al-Badr al-`Ayni said that when Ahmad died, Tahawi was 12; when Bukhari died, he was 27; when Muslim died, he was 32; when Ibn Majah died, he was 44; when Abu Dawud died, he was 46; when Tirmidhi died, he was fifty; when Nisa'i died, he was 74.


Imam al-Kawthari relates this and adds the consensus of scholars that Tahawi allied in himself completion in the two knowledges of hadith and fiqh, a consensus that included, among others, al-`Ayni and al-Dhahabi, with Ibn Taymiyya singling himself out in his opinion that Tahawi was not very knowledgeable in hadith. This is flatly contradicted by Ibn Kathir who says in his notice on Tahawi in al-Bidaya wa al-nihaya: "He is one of the trustworthy narrators of established reliability, and one of the massive memorizers of hadith." Al-Kawthari calls Ibn Taymiyya's verdict "another one of his random speculations" and states: "No-one disregards al-Tahawi's knowledge of the defective hadith except someone whose own defects have no remedy, and may Allah protect us from such."---G.F. Haddad.









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*Single Volume Dimensions : 24.2 x 18.5cm.








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