Imam Al Ghazali Kitab Sharh 'Aja'ib al-Qalb On The Elucidation of The Marvels of The Heart

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Imam Al Ghazali Kitab Sharh 'Aja'ib al-Qalb On The Elucidation of The Marvels of The Heart

This is a translation of the book Kitab Sharh 'Aja'ib al-Qalb (On the Elucidation of the Marvels of the Heart). The original Arabic volume is Book XXI (21) of the classic work Ihya 'Ulum al-Din (the Revival of the Religious Sciences), which Imam Abu Hamid Al-Ghazzali wrote.

To appreciate the value of this book, there are no better words than Imam an-Nawawi who said that if all the books of Islam disappeared except The Book of Allah and the Ihya, it would suffice you.
This volume elucidates the marvels of the heart. The Imam deals authoritatively with heart diseases and their cures.

About The Authors

About The Authors

Abu Hamid ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad al-Tusi al-Shafi’i al-Ghazali

Abu Hamid ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad al-Tusi al-Shafi’i al-Ghazali (or al-Ghazzali) was born in 450/1058, in Tus (located in present-day Iran). He studied under the great theologian and jurist Imam al-Haramayn al-Juwayni (478/1085) and produced a number of texts on Islamic law and theology. At the age of 34 he accepted a position as rector and professor of the Nizamiyya College in Baghdad. He remained busy teaching, refuting heresies, and responding to questions from all segments of the community. During this period he produced the celebrated works The Objectives of the Philosophers (Maqasid al-Falasifa), followed by The Incoherence of the Philosophers (Tahafut al-Falasifa), in which he strongly challenged Peripatetic philosophy. Thereafter, facing a personal spiritual crisis, Imam Ghazali abruptly left his position and spent the next ten years in or between the cities of Damascus, Makka, Madina, and Jerusalem. During this period, he wrote the seminal Revivification of the Religious Sciences (Ihya’ ‘Ulum al-Din), a grand work of forty books outlining the significance and wisdom underlying the practices of Islam. At this point, Imam Ghazali returned to teaching in Nishapur and finally in his birth place of Tus, leaving a legacy of works that synthesized jurisprudence, philosophy, theology, and sufism. Imam Ghazali died in 505/1111 in Tus and in short time was recognized as the reviver (mujaddid) of the century, celebrated ever since among Muslims as the Proof of Islam (Hujjat al-Islam).

Edited & Illustrated By

Shaykh ‘Abdul Ghaffar Hasan

  1. Shaykh ‘Abdul Ghaffar Hasan, father of Shaykh Suhayb Hasan, was born in a family of scholars.
  2. Shaykh ‘Abdul Jabbar ‘Umarpuri (born in 1277H) was a great scholar and Muhadith. He studied with the following scholars:
  3. Qari Abdul ‘Aliy from Amritsar, and other scholars from Amritsar
  4. Shaykh Muhammad Mazhar An-Nanotwi from which he studied Fiqh, Usul Al-Fiqh and other books.
  5. Shaykh Ahmad ‘Ali As-Saharanpuri from which he studied Fiqh, Usul Al-Fiqh and other books.
  6. Shaykh Faydh Al-hasan As-Saharanpuri from which he studied Mantiq, Falsafah and other subjects.
  7. Shaykh As-Sayid Nazeer Husayn Ad-Dehlawi with which he stayed for a long time and studied Tafsir and Hadith, Sahih Al-Bukhari, Muslim, An=Nasai, ibn Majah and others.
  8. Shaykh ‘Abdul Jabbar ‘Umarpuri taught in the Madrasah Dar Al-Huda in Kishan Ganj (Hasan Ganj) in Dehli. He would give Dars of Tafsir everyday after Fajr prayer. He established the monthly magazine “Dhiya As-Sunnah” in which he refuted the Hadith rejector ‘Abdullah Chakralwi.

This magazine had many articles on topics: Islamic Khilafah, sending of the Prophet (saw), refutation of Qadiansim, refutation of Arians, ‘Ismah of Prophets, miracles of the Prophet (saw), particularity of the Arabic language, days of sacrifice, Fatwa on forbiddance of Mut’ah, Tasawauf and other topics.

Shaykh ‘AbdurRahman Al-Mubarakpuri (author of Tuhfatul Ahwazi), Shaykh AbdusSalam Al-Mubarakpuri (author of “Sirah Al-Bukhari), Hakeem ‘Ubayd Ar-Rahman ‘Umarpuri, Hafiz Abu Yahya Muhamad Shah Jahanpuri, Shaykh Abu Nu’man A’zam Ghari, Shaykh Zia Ar-Rahman ‘Umarpuri had articles in this prestigious magazine.

Shaykh ‘Abdul Jabbar ‘Umarpuri authored some books as well:

  1. “Samsam At-Tawhid fir ad At-Taqlid”: this epistle of 32 pages refutes Taqlid Shakhsi
  2. “Irshad As-Saailin ila Masail Ath-Thalatheen”: This is a small Majmu’ah of Fatawa gathering 30 different topics.
  3. “Tazkeer Al-Ikhwan fi Khutab Al-Jumuah bi Kulli Lisan”: a 20 pages epistle about translating the Khutbah in other languages
  4. “Irshad Al-Anam bi fareedhatil Jumu’ah fi Kulli Maqam”: a 30 pages epistle about the Jumu’ah prayer being obligatory in villages as well as cities. A refutation of Nizamudin, a Hanafi scholar’s epistle called “Tanbih Al-Anam”
  5. “Tabsirah Al-Anam”: A 112 p book refuting the book “Siyanat Al-Anam” of the same Hanafi scholar Nizamudin who refuted “Irshad Al-Anam”.
  6. “Nasihah Al-Ikhwan fi Hijab An-Niswan”: a 32 p epistle refuting the modernist Sayid Mumtaz ‘Ali Al-Lahori’s views on Hijab.
  7. “Al-Baraheen Al-Qati’ah fi Rad Al-Anwar As-Sati’ah”: an epistle refuting the Mawlid. Shaykh Suhayb Hasan published this Risalah in different parts in the magazine “Sirat Al-Mustaqeem of Birmingham, and it has recently been pubslished as a single epistle by Dar Al-Khuld Lahore.
  8. “Risalah fi Inkar Majlis Al-Mawlid wa Al-Qiyam”: refutation of the innovations of standing in the sittings of the Mawlid
  9. “Diwan” (Arabic poetry)
  10. “Kasoti”: A poem written about adhering to the Book and Sunnah.

Shaykh ‘Abdul Jabbar ‘Umarpuri was a great Arab and Persian poet. He would recite some of his poems in the annual conference held in Dar Al-Ulum Nadwah Al-Ulama and they were appreciated by scholars. Shaykh Abul Hasan An-Nadwi gave some of these poems to Shaykh Suhayb Hasan.

Shaykh ‘Abdul Jabber ‘Umarpuri passed away in Shawwal 1334H, 1916. He was buried near his beloved teacher Mian Nazeer Husayn Ad-Dehlawi in Shaydi Purah cemetery in Dehli.

About the Publisher

Ta-Ha Publications (Taha Publishers)

Ta-Ha Publishers Ltd. was established in 1400 AH/1980 CE, when our first small book was published. Since that time, we have been responsible for over 250 publications, some 150 of which are currently in print and distributed worldwide.

Our titles range from recent translations of early classical works by Muslim scholars to more modern issues tackled by contemporary authors. In fact, there is something for Muslims and non-Muslims of every age.

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Additional Product Information

  • ISBN 13: 978-188775-23-12
  • ISBN: 10: 1887752312
  • ISBN: 9781887752312
  • SKU 1: TISAWTB1ONE
  • SKU 2: TIS
  • SKU 3: 21352
  • SKU 4:9781887752312
  • MPN: 5231
  • ASIN: 9781887752312
  • EAN: 5231
  • REF.NO: 5231
  • Author: Abu Hamid ibn Muhammad ibn Muhammad al-Tusi al-Shafi’i al-Ghazali
  • Edited and illustrated By:  Abdul-Ghaffar Al-Hanafi
  • Publisher: Ta-Ha Publishers Ltd AKA (Taha Publishers)
  • Imprint: Ta-Ha Publishers Ltd AKA (Taha Publishers)
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Cover: Paperback / Softcover / Paperboard / Softbound
  • Format: Paperback / Softcover / Paperboard / Softbound
  • Binding: Paperback / Softcover / Paperboard / Softbound
  • Pages: 294
  • Dimensions: 148 x 210cm Approx
  • Weight: 294g
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