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Arabic Grammar : Darsi

Sharh Miata Amil : English [HB]
Sharh Miata Amil : English [HB]
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  • Authored by: Imam al-Jurjani

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Details:  As-Siddiqiyatu-l-Kamil : Sharh Miata Amil with Commentary in English [New],
*[A4+] Hardback - 638 pages, Back in Stock Oct 2017,
As-Siddiqiyatu-l-Kamil Commentary by Majid Khan Malik Siddiqui,
which is the English translation and Analysis of
Sharh Miatu Amil with Guidance Notes,



Sharh Miatu Amil by Imam 'Abd 'ul-Qahir al-Jurjani,
& then by Shaykh 'Abd 'ur-Rahman al-Jami,
Published by Noor Alam Publications, UK.





Description :


Sharha Miatu 'Amil is a course book currently taught in the second academic year of the Dars-e-Nizami curriculum. It was initially written by Irani, Shafi'i Scholar, 'Abdu-l-Qahir Jurjani (400-470 Hijri). Later, this book was extended by the prestigious, Persian Naqshbandi Shafi'i scholar, 'Abdu-r-Rahman Jami (820- 890 Hijri). Sharha Miatu 'Amil deals with Classical Arabic relating to the 100 governors in the Arabic syntax. Having global acceptance for centuries, this classical text is still taught in Islamic Institutions worldwide, particularly in the Indian-Sub continent.


As-Siddiqiyatu-l-Kamil is the English translation and analysis of Sharha Miatu 'Amil. It is supported with extra grammatical notes, making it a practical and accessible book for Arabic students. To support students further, it contains an insightful section for general reading, informing about respected authorities in Ahle-Sunnah wa-l-Jamat, such as Imam Ahmad Rida Khan, 'Allamah 'Abdu-r-Rahman Jami, may Allah be pleased with them both, as well as the respected Shaykh 'Allamah Pir Alaudin Siddiqi Sahib.


The General Reading section also clarifies essential concepts, such as the permissibility of celebrating Miladu-n-Nabi, (Mawlid) and seeking help from other than Allah. Controversial topics are analysed, like the concept of a good innovation in Islam, ascribing Ya with the Messenger of Allah , as well as discussions on his Omnipresence and Nur. Altogether, As-Siddiqiyatu-l-Kamil provides all readers with comprehensive and accessible skills in Arabic Grammar, as well as information regarding mainstream, orthodox views on key Islamic topics.






Table of Contents :


---Acknowledgements,
---Teachers of the Translators,
---Dedication,
---Author's Note.

General : Total 131 pages,
---[1]. Introductory Sermon,
---[2]. About the Author's of Sharha Miatu Amil,
---[3]. The love that Allamah 'Abdu 'r-Rahman Jami, may Allah have mercy upon him, had for the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace,
---[4]. About the book Sharha Miatu Amil,
---[5]. Respected Shaykh Allamah Pir Alaudin Siddiqi Sahib,
---[6]. The permissibility of celebrating Miladu-un-Nabi (Mawlid),
---[7]. Is the Messenger of Allah made out of Light (Nur) ?
---[8]. Imam Ahmad Rida Khan, 'alayhi ar-Rahman 'wal-Ridwan,
---[9]. The concept of 'seeking help' from other than Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala,
---[10]. The concept of ascribing Ya with the Messenger of Allah,
---[11]. The concept of the Messenger of Allah being Omnipresent,
---[12]. The concept of a 'good' innovation (bid'ah) in Islam
.


Sharha Miatu Amil with As-Siddiqiyatu-l-Kamil :

---[A] : Transcription and Grammar Notes : (Total 40 pages)

---[1]. Transcription & Transliteration,
-------a. The Arabic Alphabet,
-------b. The Transcription Chart,
-------c. Notes:- Vowels,
----------Vowels,
----------Short Vowels,
----------Long Vowels,
----------Extra long Vowels / Mad,
----------Madde muttasil,
----------Madde munfasil,
----------Vowel-less,
-------d. Nunation / Tanwin,
-------e. The difference between Alif and Hamzah,
----------The Otiose Alif,
----------The Accusative Noun,
----------The Alif not bearing any Vowels,
-------f. Glottal stop,
-------g. The Arabic alphabet corresponding to the English language,
-------h. Ta-marbutah / Ta-e-Mutaharrikah,
-------i.  Shaddah,
-------j.  Elision of the Hamzah,
-------k. The definite article prefixing with the Solar and Lunar letters,
-------l.  The usage of the dash (-) within the Arabic text,
-------m. Distinguishing the Syllables,
-------n.  Implementing Arabic to English Transliteration,
-------o.  Final note on transcription.

---[2]. About the Analysis : The Two Analysing Modes,
-------Marar tu bi Zaydin,
-------Wa hiya sab'ata 'ashara harfan,

---[3]. Pronouns,
-------The mustatar (hidden) pronouns are inclusive upon two types,
---------Damir mustatar jaizu-l-istitar - the pronoun of permissible latency,
---------Damir mustatar wajibu-l-istitar - the pronoun of inevitable latency,
-------Damir bariz - Apparent pronoun,
-------The other pronouns,
-------Step forward with scrutiny,
-------The Fe 'l-madi,
-------The Fe 'l-mudari,
-------The Ismu-l-fa'il and the ismu-l-maf'ul,
-------The other pronouns,
-------Damir mansub,
-------Damir mansub muttasil,
-------Damir mansub munfasil,
-------Damir majrur muttasil.

---[4]. The Jar Majrur mut'alliq concept,

---[5]. Arabic terminology.


---[B] . Sharha Miatu Amil : Study Section with Commentary : (Total 439 pages),

-----[1]. Introduction,

-----[2]. 1st Chapter : Huruf e Jarrah,

-----[3]. 2nd Chapter : Huruf e Mushabbah bi-l-fe'l,

-----[4]. 3rd Chapter : Ma wa La Mushabbahatani bi-Lays,

-----[5]. 4th Chapter : Hurufun tansibu-l-isma,

-----[6]. 5th Chapter : Hurufun tansibu-l-fe'la-l-mudare'a,

-----[7]. 6th Chapter : Hurufun tajzimu-l-fe'la-l-mudare'a,

-----[8]. 7th Chapter : Asmaun tajzimu-l-fe'la-l-mudare'a,

-----[9]. 8th Chapter : Asmaun tansibu-l-asmau-n-nakirati,

-----[10]. 9th Chapter : Asmaun tusamma asmau-l-af'al,

-----[11].10th Chapter : Af 'alu-n-naqisah,

-----[12]. 11th Chapter : Af 'alu-l-muqarabah,

-----[13]. 12th Chapter : Af 'alu-l-madha wa-dh-dham,

-----[14]. 13th Chapter : Af 'alu-l-qulub,

-----[15]. The Qiyas (analogically) deduced seven 'awamil (governors).


---[16]. Crediting of the merits,
---[17]. References,
---[18]. Glossary.









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*Dimensions : 25.7 x 18.2 x 6cm.










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