Nazam Al-Aqa'id al-Nasafiyyah : Arabic/Urdu : New,
*[A5] Paperback - 111 pages,
Matn al-Nasafiyyah by Imam al-Nasafi [d.537h],
Nazm Arabic; by Mufti Ibrahim Ali Hamduh al-'Umar,
Nazm Urdu; by Shaykh Muhammad Salman Faridi al-Misbahi,
Published by Dar al-Sunnah.
Nazm al-Aqidah al-Nasafiyyah : This edition of Aqaid al-Nasafiyya is in the poetic form, to aid learning and memorisation. Beautifully printed in two colour's on cream matt graded paper. See image below for sample page.
Imam Abu Hafs al-Nasafi, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi, wrote this short treatise, which is a succinct and accurate summary of the authentic Islamic doctrine in his popular work, al-'Aqa'id al-Nasafiyyah. This work has been unanimously praised by all the scholars for its brevity, accuracy and completeness.
Imam al-Nasafi compiled and enumerated numerous points of belief, each one of them being established by a Qur'anic ayah or from sahih Hadith. There is consensus (ijma) about all these fundamental beliefs mentioned in it's pages and there is no disagreement about them. Imam Sa'ad al-Din al-Taftazani's Sharh al-Aqa'id is the most widely used commentary of this work.
About Imam al-Nasafi [d.537h];
He is al 'Allamah, Imam Abu Hafs, Najm al-Din, Siraj al-Din, Umar b. Ahmad b. Ismail b. Muhammad b. Ali b. Luqman al-Nasafi, al-Samarqandi, al-Hanafi, alayhi ar-Rahman. He was born in a town called Nasaf near Samarkand in Turkestan in the year 461 Hijri/1068 CE.
Imam al-Nasafi was a renowned Hanafi scholar and the author of approximately one hundred books on such diverse topics as fiqh, literature, tafsir and so on, of which he was recognised as the 'Master' of within his time. His teachers numbered in excess 550 whom he mentions in his work Ta'adud Shuyukh Umar. Some of the most well known Teachers are:
--- Abu al-Ma'in al-Nasafi (d. 508); the author of Bahr al-Kalam,
--- Khawahir Zadah (d. 483),
--- Abu al-Yusr al-Bazdawi.
Some of his well known students are;
--- His son, Ahmad b. Umar Abu al-Layth al-Majd al-Nasafi (d. 552),
--- Burhan al-Din al-Marghinani (d. 593), the author of the famed al-Hidayah.
Amongst his numerous titles are:
--- Al-Taysir fi'l Tafsir,
--- Al-Najah Sharh Sahih al-Bukhari,
--- Talabat al-Talabah fi'l Istilahat al-Fiqhiyah ala Madhab al-Hanafiyyah,
--- Al-Qand fi 'Ulama Samarqand in twenty volumes,
--- Nazm al-Jami' al-Saghir lil Shaybani,
--- Al-'Aqa'id; also referred to as al-Nasafiyyah,
Imam Umar al-Nasafi passed away in 537 Hijri / 1142 CE in Samarqand.
*Dimensions : 21.8 x 14cm.