Mir-at ul-Israr – Urdu translation. Uploaded by. Talib Ghaffari. Anwar Qutb e Madina by Khalil Ahmad Rana. Uploaded by. Tariq Mehmood Tariq. Akhbar Ul. Name: Akhbar ul Akhyar. Name: اخبار الاخیار. Author: Hazrat Alama Shaikh Language: Urdu. Publisher: Akbar book saler. Publish Date: Aug Urdu translation of Akhbar ul-Akhyar by Shaykh Abdul-Haqq Muhaddith Dahlawi.

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Written quite recently so also contains accounts of some saints of not too distant past. He would make circumambulation and would offer Namaz in consonance with its position and then they used to take away the Khana e Kabah.

Yes, my password is: So he indulges himself in it if he cannot imitate to them. From Makkah, we proceeded to Madina. Draft saved Draft deleted. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Through these records of conversations we get a glimpse of the medieval society in all its fullness; if not, in all of its perfection- the moods and tension of the common men, the inner 1 Aina e Malfuzat pg.

Originally written in Arabic the book gives a comprhensive, in-depth analysis of the 4 Sunni madhabs and their founders, giving details of their biography and the methods they used in reaching their legal conclusions.

It has been proved that the narration is wrong as well as Prof. Do you already have an account? You must log in or sign up to reply here. His ancestors were natives of Bokhara[ citation needed ] and later while visiting Delhi was ennobled and attached to the Mughal Royal Court at Delhi.


Some other books which have stories and biographies of saints are: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Malfuzat also fill up the gaps of medieval history because most of the Indian historians were obsessed with the Iranian concept of historiography. This page was last edited on 11 Novemberat Help Center Find new research papers in: Mohammad Fazil Khan, pages. Ser ul Aqtab Urdu Ed. However, to some extent, the Malfuzat relieve the difficulty of these historical events.

Retrieved 28 July Anees ul Arwah Persian Ed.

Later the Hadith collectors like 4 On sources and source material pg. At the minimum, he shall receive the honour to resemble them.

The book contains biographical accounts of nearly saints of the Subcontinent area. English akhyra by Dr. Regarding the authenticity of Malfuzat, it is not necessary to mention dates or arrange them chronologically. Anees ul Arwah English Ed.

Lives Biographies of Muslim Saints awliya? In the same manner, while compiling the Malfuzat of the Sufis, it is not necessary that it should be chronologically arranged. This simply determined that Prof. Take the example of the Hadith of the Holy Prophet, noted by some of of his Companions Sabahah to preserve it.

Lives (Biographies) of Muslim Saints (awliya)?

Iqtibas ul Anwar Urdu Ed. Archived from the original on Khan Sahib Salim Ul Haq eldest son d. The book is in Urdu. Akhbag ul Jamal Persain Ed. Retrieved from ” https: Akhbar ul Akhyar Urdu Ed. Log in or Sign up. Views Read Edit View history. Also can people please list names of awliya who have had biographies written about them in English, Urdu, Farsi, Arabic: Mashariq ul Anwar Urdu Ed. Share This Page Tweet. This is so because the historical accounts that were recorded in this period are useful only in getting details of the events which were taking place in the royal courts, battles, and campaigns.


By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Further, it should be understood that writing a book and compiling Mulfuzat are two different things.

Upon his return to Delhi, he taught for half a century, and authored more than works he wrote more than books in totalnoted among them a history of Medina, a biography of Muhammadand a work on the lives of saints. Not to be confused with Abd al-Haqq I. It concerns the perception of the audience and the cure of the diseases of their heart and spiritual enhancement.

It is a narration of his household that whenever Khwaja Mawdud Chishti had an overpowering fondness of viewing Khana e Kabah, the angels were ordered to bring the Khana e Kabah before him. The one’s I am aware of are: Habib observes that the narration of Khwaja Naseeruddin and argues that 4. The book has biographical accounts of 70 saints of the Subcontinent area.