Islami Aqa'id : Urdu, New,
Sharh urdu Umdat al-Aqa'id,
*[A5] Hardback - 374 pages,
Umdat al-Aqa'id by Imam Abul Barakat al-Nasafi [d.710h],
Urdu Sharh by Ghulam Hussain Maturidi,
by Maktaba al-Murtada,
Islami Aqa'id : Sharh urdu Umdah al-Aqaa'id - by Abu Asim Allama Ghulam Husayn al-Maturidi. This work is the commentary in urdu of the classical work 'Umdat 'Aqidat Ahl al-Sunnah wa'l Jama'ah, by Al-Imam Abu al-Barakat al-Nasafi [d.710h], rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi.
This Edition : Islami Aqa'id covers a range of subjects according to the creed of the Ahl al-Sunnah w'al Jama'ah. Sub-continent print quality and condition. See image below for sample page.
About the Author of Umdat al-Aqa'id : :
He is Imam
Abu al-Barakat Hafiz al-Din Abd Allah b. Ahmed bin Muhammad al-Nasafi,
al-Hanafi. He was born in town called Idhaj, in Samarqand and he died
there as well in 710 hijri. He travelled to Iraq for knowledge and learned much from the scholars when he eventually returned to his home town.
He was an expert on Usul, Fiqh, Kalam, Hadith being an Imam in all those fields. He was Sufi
and didn't value much of the world and lived a humble life. He was
raised in an enviroment of scholarly upbringing. Imam al-Lacknawi
called him "The full fledged Imam, head of jurisprudence and Usul, expert in Hadith sciences and its finery" while Ibn Hajar said of him "the expert [scholar] of the world".
Amongst his teachers were the likes of;
---Shams al-A'imah al-Kurdi, Muhammad b. Abd al-Sattar [d. 642h],
---Badr al-Din Khawahir Zadah, Muhammad b. Muhamud [d. 651h],
---Hamid al-Din al-Dharir, Ali b. Muhammad [d. 666h],
and many others. Imam Abu al-Barakat al-Nasafi also had many popular students ;
---Al-Hussayn b. Ali b. Hajjaj Hisam al-Din al-Safnaqi [d 714h],
---Muhammad b. Muhammad al-Jayli.
Some of his popular published works include;
---Madarik al-Tanzil waHaqa'iq al-Ta'wil (Tafsir al-Nasafi),
---'Umdat 'Aqidat Ahl al-Sunnah wa'l Jama'ah,
---Kashf al-Asrar fi Sharh al-Manar,
---Kanz al-Daqa'iq (Hanafi fiqh),
---Al-Manar al-Anwar fi Usul al-Fiqh.
*Dimensions : 21.5 x 14cm.