Sharh al-Mirqat : New,
*[A5+] Paperback - 143 pages,
Mirqat by Allama Fadl e Haq Khayrabadi [d.1278h],
Hashiya by Allama Abd al-Hakim Sharf Qadiri [d.1428h],
Published by Majlis e Barakat,
Jamiya Ashrafiya, Mubarakpur, India.
Back in Stock August 2019
- This is Allama Abd al-Hakim Sharaf Qadiri's, rahimahullah
, renowned sharh
- commentary of Allama Fazl e Haqq Khairabadi, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi's
, on the principles of mantiq
(logic). See image below for sample page.Allama Fazle Haq Khayrabadi
(1212/1791-1278/1861), rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi
was the son of Allama Fazle Imam Faruqi Khayrabadi (d.1244/1829), the
'Sadr us Sudoor' of Delhi. Allama Fazle Haq received his education in
Islamic Sciences from Shah Abd 'al Qadir (d. 1230/1815) and Shah Abd' al
Aziz, the Muhaddith
of Delhi (1239/1824) and in rational
sciences from his father. He had a phenomenal memory and memorised the
Quran in a little over 4
months. Ha also completed the curriculum in Arabic, Persian and
religious studies by the age of 13 and engaged himself in teaching.
being a scholar of Islamic studies and theology, he was also a literary
persona. More than 4,000 couplets in Arabic are attributed to him. He
edited the first diwan
of Mirza Ghalib on his request. On account of his deep knowledge and erudition he was called Allama
and later was venerated as a great Sufi. He was also bestowed with the title Imam Hikmat & Kalaam
of logic, philosophy and literature). He was considered the final authority on issuing fatwas
or religious rulings. He is perhaps most remembered for issuing a fatwa
in favour of Jihad
against the 'British' in 1857 and against the Wahhabi
extremists. He sadly passed away in custody in the Adaman Islands, in 1861.
Allama Abd 'al-Hakim Sharaf Qadiri, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi, was born in the town of Mirzapur in the home of Mawlana Allah Ditta on 24th Sha’ban 1363h (13th August 1944). His family migrated to Lahore whilst he was a child and he started his primary education there. He thereafter studied under the leading Ulama of his era among them were Muhaddith-e-Azam Pakistan Mawlana Sardar Ahmad Qadiri, the spiritual mentor of his mother, `Allamah Gulam Rasool Rizwi commentator of Sahih Bukhari, Mufti-e-Azam Pakistan Sayyid Abul Barakat Ahmad Qadiri son of Sayyid Deedar `Ali Shah Alwari, Mufti `Abdul Qayyum Hazarawi ex-President of Jamia Nizamiya, and `Allama `Ata Muhammad Bandyalawi, senior teacher at Jamia Mazhariya Bandyal.
Sayyid Abul Barakat Ahmad became the Spiritual Mentor (Murshid) of Allama Sharaf and many other Shuyukh also gave him khilafat in various Sufi pathways. Allama Sharf Qadiri was a renowned scholar, a muhaddith and a prolific author. He passed away on the 19th of Shaban 1428 Hijri in the city of Lahore.
*Dimensions : 24.5 x 16cm.