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Arabic Grammar : Darsi

Diya at-Tarkeeb : Urdu
Diya at-Tarkeeb : Urdu
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  • Authored by: Imam Abd al-Qahir al-Jurjani

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Fi Hal Sharh Mia'tu 'Amil,
*[A4] Hardback - 454 pages,
Miatu Amil by Abdul Qahir al-Jurjani [d.470h],
Sharh Mia'tu 'Amil by Abdur Rahman Jam'i [d.898h],
Edited by Abu Uways Muhammad Yusuf al-Qadiri,
Published by Shabbir Brothers, Lahore.

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Ziya ut-Tarkib fi hal e sharh Mia'tu 'Amil ;  The Mia'tu 'Amil which means the 'hundred variators' of the ism, fil and harf are an incumbent part of the knowledge of the Islamic syllabus (Dars al-Nizami).

It's commentary known as the sharh Mia'tu 'Amil is authored by the prolific scholar al-Shaykh Mawlana Abd ur -Rahman al-Jami, rahmatullahi ta'a'a alayhi, whilst the Mia'tu 'Amil is authored by the renowned scholar Imam Abd al-Qahir al-Jurjani, rahmatullahi ta'a'a alayhi. The urdu tarjuma is by Ustad Abu Aways Muhammad Yousuf al-Qadiri, mudarris at Jamiya Nizamiya Ridawiyya, Pakistan.

Diya at-Tarkeeb ; This work is particularly useful in that it details the essence of each sentence defining it's root cause. This is known as the 'tarkib' i.e. the method. It combines it's found formulations to result an explanation or evaluation in a particular sentence. Click on images below for sample pages.

About Imam al-Jurjani :

He is Abu Bakr, Abd al-Qahir ibn Abd al-Rahman al-Jurjani, rahimahullah. He was born early in the fifth century of the Islamic calendar, (11th Gregorian century), in Jurjan, a town in today’s Iran. He belonged to an ordinary Persian family, but he distinguished himself in Arabic linguistics because whoever wanted to be a scholar in the Muslim world at the time had to attain a high standard in Arabic. Muslims needed Arabic in order to learn the Qur’an and the Hadith.

Abd 'ul-Qahir studied under a large number of scholars in his hometown. He studied Arabic linguistics under Imam Abu al-Husayn Muhammad ibn Hasan, a nephew of Abu Ali Al-Farisi, one of the major figures in Arabic scholarship. Abd al-Qahir pursued his studies further, reading books by earlier major figures, such as al-Jahiz, Sibaweih, Ibn Qutaybah, Abu Ali al-Farisi, al-Hamadhani, etc.

Although Abd al-Qahir attained a high standard in the study of Fiqh and other disciplines of Islamic studies, he owes his great fame to his excellence in Arabic scholarship. His writings centered mainly on Arabic linguistics, style and literature. He became the scholar students traveled to meet and learn from. His circle was full of students from all over the Muslim world seeking to study the Qur’an, its style and literary merits. His writings were voluminous. He wrote an annotation of an earlier book Al-Idah, completing it in 30 volumes, then summarised it in three volumes. He also wrote a whole book (commentary) explaining the Surah al-Fatihah.

Imam 'Abd al-Qahir al-Jurjani belonged to the Shafi'i school of Fiqh, and was an Ash'ari in creed. He was known for being devout and God-fearing. Another characteristic of this great scholar was his contentedness.

It is reported that one day he was in his night worship,
or tahajjud, when a burglar broke into his home. He
saw the burglar taking whatever he found worth taking,
but he did not stop his prayer. He felt that the theft of
his things was too trivial a matter to merit the
interruption of his prayer.

About Mawlana Jami' :

He is al-Shaykh al-Imam Nur al-Din Abd 'ar-Rahman ibn Ahmad Jami, alayhir al Rahman, was from the decent from the well-known jurisprudent of the second century, Ibn al-Hasan al-Shaibani [d.897h]. He was a famous Naqshbandi Sufi, a revered poet. 

Mawlana Jami' was born in a village near 'Jam', (vicinity of Mashhad) but a few years after his birth, his family migrated to the cultural city of Herat in present day Afghanistan where he was able to study Peripateticism, mathematics, Arabic literature, natural sciences and Islamic knowledge at the Nizamiyyah University of Herat. He went to Samarqand city, the most important center for scientific studies in the Islamic World and completed his studies there. Shaykh Jami wrote approximately 87 books and epistles.

Also see Al-Tarkeeb by Mufti Muhammad Akmal al-Qadiri,

More Arabic Grammar books,
More Dars e Nizami books.

More Urdu books,
Also see Arabic Books.

*Dimensions : 24.2 x 19.5 x 2.3cm.

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