Al-Arba'in (3) of Mulla 'Ali al-Qari - The Excellence of the Clear Qur'anDar al-Turath (South Africa)
Why KitabCrate thinks you should read this book: There is an established tradition of Hadith scholars to compile 40 hadith. Why 40? It's a comprehensive number allowing for not too large of a work, yet not too little. 40 Hadith on a subject remain a digestible number to the average reader and student.
Al-Arba'in (3) of Mulla 'Ali al-Qari - Excellence of Clear Qur'an Paperback – 2010
by Mulla 'Ali al-Qari (Author)
Al-Arba'in of Mulla 'Ali al-Qari - The Excellence of the Clear Qur'an The Beneficial Effusion in Forty Hadith on The Excellence of the Clear Qur'an - by Mulla 'Ali al-Qari It is not possible to fully grasp the true gravity of the Qur'an, but this remarkable collection gathers forty hadith that each indicate the majesty of the Book of Allah. Whether describing the manifestation of the Qur'an as an intercessor on the Day of Judgement, or its effect on those who read it, every hadith in this collection is profoundly inspiring and likely to have a deeply transformative effect on the reader. Translated by Mawlana Mohammad Mohammadi. Commentary by Mohamed Ansa & Mawlana Mohammad Mohammadi. Mulla 'Ali al-Qari Mulla 'Ali al Qari, a Hanafi jurist, hadith expert and theologian, was born and grew up in Herat, afghanistan where he received his early Islamic education. He was deeply devoted to the Qur'an, and his mastery and precision of Qur'anic recitation and its science earned him the appellate "al Qari, or 'the Qur'an reciter'. His scholarship was exacting and his output profuse having composed works a great number being encyclopaedic in nature on just about every field and subfield of the traditional Islamic disciplines. ...... ''A fluid translation of an invaluable work on the Prophetic hadiths related to the virtues of the Qur an by a leading hadith master. The commentary and referencing make this work of great benefit to anyone seeking to become of the people of the Qur an, whom the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) described as, "the people of Allah and His most chosen." - SHAYKH FARAZ RABBANI