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Mukhasar al Ma\'ani : Arabic
Mukhasar al Ma'ani : Arabic
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Details:  Al-Tajreed ma hashiya Mukhtasar Ma'ani : Arabic, New,
*[A4+] Large Hardback - 468 pages,
Mukhtasar Ma'ani by Imam Sad al-Din al-Taftazani [d.798h],
Al-Tajreed by Shaykh Mustafa al-Banani al-Masri [d.1238h],
Published by Majlis e Barakat,
Jamia al-Ashrafiya, Mubarakpur.




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Al-Tajreed sharh Mukhtasar al-Ma'ani - is the sharh, explanation [in the margins] of the classical text Mukhtasar al-Ma'ani by Imam Sad al-Din al-Taftazani, alayhi ar-Rahman w'al-Ridwan. It is a comprehensive manual on rhetoric (balaghah) as studied in the Dar e Nizami syllabus.


Al-Mukhtasar al-Ma’ani is based on Muhammad ibn Abdul-Rahman al-Qazwini’s Talkhis al-Miftah which was an abridgment of Abu Yaqub al-Sakkaaki’s Miftaah al-Ulum. Al-Qazwini took the last 3 of the 9 chapters of Miftaah al-Ulum and re-wrote them, calling it Talkhis al-Miftah. Imam al-Taftazani wrote a lengthy commentary on Talkhis al-Miftah and then abridged it in Mukhtasar al-Ma’ani.





Imam al-Taftazani :

He is Imam Sad al-Din Masud ibn Umar al-Taftazani. Imam al-Taftazani, may Allah have mercy upon him, was a renowned scholar from a distinguished scholarly family, born in the village of Taftazan in the northeastern Persian province of Khurasan. He was of the Hanafi school in matters of Fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence) and a Maturidi with regard to issues of Aqidah (Islamic creed).



He was author of numerous works on Arabic grammar, rhetoric, theology, logic, law, and Qur'anic exegesis (tafsir). His commentaries on well-known works in various fields of Islamic sciences were and are still widely used in madrasahs and Islamic seminaries. He passed away in Samarqand in 1390 Common Era.






More Dars e Nizami Texts.




Extra large hardback binding, decent print.

*Dimensions : 33.5 x 21cm.








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