Lawaqih al-Anwar al-Qudsiya : 2 Vols, Arabic

 Lawaqih al-Anwar al-Qudsiya ...
fi bayan al-Uhud al-Muhammadiya Arabic, New,
*[A4] Hardback - 1285 pages within 2 Volume Set,
by Imam Abd al-Wahhab al-Sharani,
Published by Dar al-Taqwa.

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Lawaqih al-Anwar al-Qudsiyya fi bayan al-'Uhud al-Muhammadiyya or "The Fecundating Holy Illuminations in Clarification of the Muhammadan Covenants."

Described as a spiritual hadith commentary, in each chapter Imam al-Sha’rani, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi, opens with saying “A general covenant has been taken from us from Allah’s Messenger, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, that we... ,” and proceeds to mention divine commands and prohibitions given by Allah and His Messenger, as well as the spiritual benefits obtained by doing them (in the case of obligations) and the spiritual harms of violating them (in the case of prohibitions). He explains in his introduction the Covenants that the commands encompass the recommended (mustahabb) and the obligatory (wajib), and the prohibitions encompass the offensive (makruh) and the unlawful (haram).

Imam ‘Abd al-Wahhab al-Sha’rani (b. 898/1493) was one of the scholarly saints and revivers of Islam in the sixteenth century. He is generally hailed as a reviver (mujaddid) of Islam and is considered one of the most prolific writers in the early Egyptian-Ottoman period, composing legal, spiritual, and theological works that continue to enjoy wide circulation throughout the Muslim world. One of his ancestors, Musa b. ‘Imran was the son the Sultan of Tlemcem, Algeria and a student of the famous Algerian spiritual master Abu Madyan (d. 594/1197). Musa b. ‘Imran’s grandson Ahmad moved to a village in Upper Egypt called Saqiyat Abu al-Sha’ra, whence the ascription “al-Sha’rani”.

Imam ‘Abd al-Wahhab al-Sha’rani went on to study the Islamic sciences in al-Azhar University, and was a student of Shaykh al-Islam Zakariyya al-Ansari. His spiritual teachers include Shaykh Ibrahim al-Matbuli (d. ca. 877/1492) and ‘Ali al-Khawwas, both of whom were illiterate, albeit spiritually illumined masters. His greatest contributions to Islamic spirituality and scholarship are his over three hundred books, the most famous of which include his al-Mizan al-kubra (The Supreme Scale), Lata’if al-minan wa al-akhlaq (Subtle Blessings and Qualities of Character), and al-Uhud al-Muhammadiyya (The Muhammadan Covenants),

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*Single volume Dimensions : 24.7 x 17.8cm.

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