Hujjat-Allah al-Baligha : Arabic, New,
*[A4] Hardback - 864 pages, 2 Volumes within 1 book,
by Shah WaliUllah Muhaddith ad-Dehlawi,
Edited by Ahsan Nanotwi*
& by Mahmud Tama al-Halabi,
**Published by Qadimi Kutub Khana, Karachi.
£16.95 Reduced to Clear!
The Conclusive Argument of God is the master work of Shah Wali Allah of Delhi (1762), may Allah be pleased with him
, considered to be the most important Muslim thinker of pre-modern South Asia.
work, originally written in Arabic, represents a synthesis of the
Islamic intellectual disciplines authoritative in the 18th century. In
order to argue for the rational, ethical, and spiritual basis for the
implementation of the hadith injunctions of the Prophet Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace
. Shah Wali Allah develops a cohesive schema of the metaphysical, psychological, and social knowledge of his time.
work provides an extensive and detailed picture of Muslim theology and
interpretive strategies on the eve of the modern period and is still
evoked by numerous contemporary Islamic movements.
Volume 1 - 464 pages,
Volume 2 - 400 pages.The Author : Shah Wali-Allah Muhaddith al-Dehlawi
He is Qutb al-Din Ahmad ibn 'Abd al-Rahim, popularly known as Shah Wali'Ullah
, was born
in 1114AH / 1703CE near Delhi (Dehlawi
), a member of a distinguished intellectual
and religious family. He received a highly structured education and
spiritual instruction at the madrassah
established by his father, Shah
'Abd al-Rahim, at Delhi. As well as the Qur'an, he studied Arabic and
Persian grammar and literature and the higher philosophical,
theological, metaphysical, mystical and juridical texts. He graduated
from the school when he was barely fifteen years old; in the same year,
his father initiated him into the famous Naqshbandiya
Wali-Ullah of Delhi, arguably the greatest Muslim scholar of
eighteenth-century India, made an immense contribution to the
intellectual, economic, social, political and religious life of the
Muslim community in India, the effects of which persist to the present
Shah Wali-Ullah wrote in both Arabic and Persian. He
published between fifty and seventy works, with his writings playing a
major role in the intellectual and spiritual life of the Muslims in the
Indo-Pakistan subcontinent, a role which continues today. Some of these
works have greatly changed the Muslim approach to the study of the
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**Subcontinent print quality & condition. Usual bumps and bruises.
Dimensions : 24.5 x 19 x 4.8cm.*
Includes editing & notes by a deobandi, unbeknown to us. Hence price reduction.