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Literature : Darsi

Sharh Diwan al-Mutanabbi : Urdu
Sharh Diwan al-Mutanabbi : Urdu
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  • Authored by: Mufti Yaar Muhammad Khan

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Details:  Sharh Diwan al-Mutanabbi : Urdu, New,
*[A4] Hardback - 140 pages,
by Abu Tayyib Ahmad Ibn Al-Husayn Al-Mutanabbi [d.354h],
Urdu sharh by Mufti Yaar Muhammad Khan Qadiri,
**Published by Maktaba Jamia al-Furqan, Pakistan.




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Diwan al-Mutanabbi - is one of the classical works of Arabic literature. It was written by one of the greatest Arab poets of his time Abu Tayyab al-Mutanabbi.


This work is the explanation (sharh) in urdu by Mufti Yaar Muhammad Khan Qadiri and is used in many Dars e Nizami syllabus.




Abu Tayyab al-Mutanabbi :


He is Abu Tayyib Ahmad Ibn Al-Husayn al-Jufi, better known as Al-Mutanabbi. He was born [302h.] in the southern Iraqi city of Kufa of Yemeni parents. Al-Mutanabbi showed signs of intelligence and unusual linguistic ability from an early age. Through hardship he decided to earn a living writing poetry, and travelled from city to city to seek recognition until he reached the Royal court of the ruler of Aleppo; Saif al-Dawla where he stayed for nine years.


After further travelling from Damascus, Egypt and Iraq, al-Mutanabbi was killed [d.354h] by some wandering bandits. Al-Mutanabbi's work was hugely influential over later Arabic poetry.





Allama wa Mawlana Mufti Yaar Muhammad Khan al-Qadiri is a renowned scholar from Pakistan. He is the founder and principal of 'Jam'ia al-Furqan' as well as Ustad al-Ulema (Sadr al-Mudariseen) of Hadrat Sultan Bahu Trust. 


Mufti Yaar Muhammad Khan is also a prolific author who has written and translated numerous classical texts of the sacred sciences.





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**Sub-continent print. Usual wear and tear as with all sub-continental books.








*Dimensions : 24.6 x 18.7cm.








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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 22 April, 2017.