RidawiPress release : The Refulgent Treasure
Herein lies a concise yet astute analysis of Imam Ahmad Rida’s translation of the Quran, Kanz al-Iyman.
The author mentions 20 points which distinguish Kanz al-Iman from all other translations of the Quran. He highlights and walks the reader the various nuances and subtleties of the translation which may be lost upon the laity but are a source of delight and amazement for those with a keen eye.
The author mentions the distinguishing aspects of the translation, such as: simplicity of language, translation accuracy, reasons for revelation, consideration of theological implications, upholding prophetic reverence etc. so that laity may also appreciate the translation and revel in the mastery and genius of the Imam.
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An English translation of Mawlana Nayimuddin Muradabadi's primer on Islamic Beliefs, Kitaab al-Aqaid. This a short work containing introductory material on twenty articles of Islamic faith. Each topic is introduced via a brief summary followed by a catechized version of it's key points. This pattern ensures easy comprehension and review and aids memorisation. Besides, the translation itself is lucid and explanatory. It is hoped that these merits, combined, will increase it's usefulness and endear it to readers of all ages, especially the youth.
May Allah azza wa jall reward Mawlana Abu Hasan for this effort and reward him and his parents and loved ones for it.
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Latest infographic by Ridawi Press:
This is Alahazrat’s sanad in fiqh. Though he has many other sanads, he chose to mention this as his prominent sanad in his Fatawa Ridawiyyah. This brief infographic identifies the ulama and the dates of birth and demise, with brief biographies that were available. See the accompanying paper Annotations on Alahazrat’s Sanad in Hanafi Fiqh.
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NOTE: Infographic guidebook will be released shortly; don't forget to refer to it for some more details on the scholars.
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