Sharh Hadith Jibreel : Urdu, New,
*[A5] Paperback - 85 pages,
by Mawlana Ata Muhammad Chishti Bandyalwi [d.1419h],
Mawlif : Mawlana Nazir Husnain Chishti Golrawi,
Published by Ustad al-Ulama Acdemy.
Now in Stock July 2021
Sharh Hadith e Jibreel, alayhi salaam. The Hadith of Gabriel (Jibril, alayhi salam) is considered by scholars to be one of the fundamental texts of the deen of Islam. This particular work in urdu, provides an explanation by the renowned scholar Ustad al-Ulama; Mawlana Ata Muhammad al-Chishti Golrahi, al-Bandyalwi, rahmatullahi 'alayhi.
This narration focuses on four things that are essential to Islamic practice; Islam, Iman, Ihsan, and Yawm al-Qiyaamah (The Day of Judgement). The main points of the Hadith e Jibril, are that we can say that Islam is a religion that demands of its followers that they do something, that they believe something, that they embody something and that they prepare for something. This is the essence of Islam, in this particular context.
About the Author :
He is Ustad al-Ulama, Malik al-Ulama, Sadr al-Mudarriseen, Hadrat Allama wa Mawlana Hafiz, al-Haaj, Ata Muhammad al-Chishti, Golravi, Bandiyalvi, rahimahullah. He was born in 1916 (1334Hijri) in Punjab, Hind. His fathers name was Allah-Bhaksh bin Ghulaam Muhammad, rahimahullah.
He travelled extensively seeking knowledge, and studied numerous darsi kutub with a large range of ulama. Amongst his teachers were: Hafiz Ilaahi Bhaksh, Qadi Muhammad Bashir, Mawlana Yaar Muhammad, Mawlana Maher Muhammad Icharwi, Mawlana Ghulam Mahmood, Mawlana Muhib an-Nabi Chishti Golrawi, Mawlana Ameer Muhammad and Allama Wali'ullah. He taught at Jamiya Mazhariya Imdadiya, in Bandyal as well as at other madrasah's. In tariqah he was bayt with Shaykh Sayyid Pir Mehr Ali Shah al-Chishti, al-Golrawi, al-Jaylani, rahmatullahi ta'ala alayhi.
Amongst his students were: Sayyid Mahmood Ahmad Ridawi, Allam Ghulam Rasool Ridawi, Allama Abd al-Hakim Sharf al-Qadiri, Mufti Muhammad Ashraf Syalwi, Allama Ali Ahmad Sandhaylawi al-Lahori and Allama Sahibzada Abul Khayr Muhammad Zubair.
It is believed that Ustad al-Ulama was the author of at least 30 books and that he never shied away from speaking the truth no matter whose feelings were hurt. He was also a staunch defender of the creed of the Ahl al-Sunnah w'al-Jama'ah. He passed away on the 4th Dhu'll Qa'dah (21st February 1999) and is buried in Bandyal, Punjab, Pakistan.
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*Dimensions : 21.2 x 14cm.