Featured Infographic : The Preface of Fatawa Ridawiyyah Explained

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  1. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    we did not omit it - and it was not deliberate.
    the infographic was made based on the 30 vol.edition. i did not expect a word to be missing in the book. but as you have pointed out, it is there in the old edition (published in alahazrat's own lifetime).

    if i get time to correct, i will fix it in sha'Allah.

    wa billahi't tawfiq.
    Last edited: Dec 22, 2022
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  2. hamza1

    hamza1 Active Member

    Please forgive if this is a dumb question or pondering over something minute. Is there a particular reason why اهله is omitted?

    I ask because in the Khutbah of the 30 Vol. editions it’s also omitted whereas the older one includes it.


    30 Vol. Editions:


    I noticed because it’s present in Allamah’s recitations too.
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  3. hamza1

    hamza1 Active Member

    My favourite part is the references to the Four Imams:

    khutba excerpt.png
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  4. abu Hasan

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  5. hamza1

    hamza1 Active Member

    Thank you for the translation, Mawlana. Was following the text with recitation of Allama Khadim when I noticed.
  6. abu Hasan

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  7. hamza1

    hamza1 Active Member

    In the Arabic text, just before subscript 81, shouldn't it be "wal Haqiqat" instead of "wal Tariqat"?
  8. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    one 'waaw' was missing in the arabic text. it has been added now and the newer images uploaded. please download the corrected version.

    26th november 2016 / 1.28PM madinah time

    also please inform us of any other mistakes you may find.
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  10. abu nibras

    abu nibras Staff Member

    Ridawi Press : Infographic Release ( Safar 1438 )

    The Preface of Fatawa Ridawiyyah Explained

    Alahazrat's magnum opus, Fatawa Ridawiyyah begins with a beautiful preface. The opening praise of Allah ta'ala and blessings upon the Prophet sallAllahu alayhi wa sallam [hamd and salawat] are both composed using the names of books, imams and appellations. This infographic lists the names, along with the authors of books mentioned, a mapped color coded translation will in sha Allah help us appreciate the eloquence and brilliance of this masterpiece. subHan Allah !

    Low Resolution - Translation Colour (~10 MB)
    Low Resolution - Translation Mono (~10 MB)
    High Resolution - Translation Colour (~28 MB)
    High Resolution - Translation Mono (~32 MB)
    Last edited: Nov 26, 2016

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