Jamal al-Qur'an with Slipcase : Urdu,
*[A4] Hardback - 736 pages with Separate encased box,
by Pir Karam Shah al-Azhari, Back in Stock,
Published by Ziya al-Qur'an.
Jamal al-Qur'an is the Qur'an translation in urdu by Justice Pir Muhammad Karam Shah, rahmatullahi 'alayhi, who graduated from al-Azhar Islamic University, Cairo, Egypt.
This particular edition is a top quality publication with 12 lines of bold arabic text with the urdu translation directly below. High grade paper is used with ornate borders and gold edged pages. It comes finished with it's own slip-case; a separate beautifully decorated box which the Qur'an slides into.
Makes a great gift for parents, family or friends.
About the Author: Shaykh Muhammad Karam Shah Al-Azhari, May Allah be pleased with him, was born on 1st July 1918, in Bhera Sharif, Pakistan. The Shaykh studied at Al-Azhar University, where he obtained the highest degree in Islamic Jurisprudence. When the shaykh returned to Pakistan, he did bayah with Shaykh-ul-Islam wa’l-Muslimeen, Khawaja Muhammad Qamar-al-Din Sialvi, (1906-1981).
Shaykh Karam Shah was a Saint in the Chishti Nizami Sufi Order. After completion of his studies, Shaykh Muhammad Karam Shah, founded the famous Dar-ul-‘Uloom Al-Muhammadiya Al-Ghawthiyya, (DMG University Bhera, Pakistan). This was one of the first educational institutes of its kind to use syllabus of both Islamic Knowledge and B.A. in English, for both boys and girls. The shaykh went onto translate the Noble Qur'an into Urdu, by the name of Jamal-ul-Quran and provided the detailed exegesis of the Holy Quran in five volumes, by the name Zia-ul-Quran.
The Honourable Shaykh also wrote the detailed masterpiece, Seerah of the Noble Prophet Muhammad, Salla Allahu 'alaihi wa Sallam, in seven volumes, by the name Zia-un-Nabi. Shaykh Muhammad Karam Shah served in the Federal Shariah Court as the Chief Justice, and also held the position of Judge on the bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, on the request of the Government of Pakistan till the day of his passing away. In April 2004, on the death anniversary of the shaykh, Pakistan Post Office issued a commemorative postage stamp of two rupees. The Honourable Shaykh was known as, The Luminary Light of the Islamic Nation (Ziya ul-Ummat).
Jamal al-Qur'an also available in English.
Other Urdu translations, including Kanz al Iman.
*External Dimensions with Slipcase : 26 x 19.5 x 4.2cm.