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Authored By: Al-Imam Ibn Hajar Al-Haytami
Tahqiq By: 'Abdullahi Muhamud Muhammad 'Umar
Hardback 2136 Pages (4 Volumes)
Published by Dar Al Kotob Al-Ilmiyyah
About the Book:
Tuhfatul Muhtaj Bisharhil Minhaj, is extensive and well detailed as well as the most referenced book in the Shafi't madhahb which is a commentary on al-Imām al-Nawawī’s Minhāj al-tālibīn who represent a high point in the Shāfi'ī scholarship. Imam Ibn Hajar Al-Haytami coupled with Imam Ar-Ramli represent the entire late school of the Shafi'i madhab, so therefore when you find the term 'Shaykhayn' in the later books after the 10th century AH, it almost always refers to the above mentioned couple while whatever preceded the 8th century AH refers to Imam Nawawi and Imam Al-Rafi'i.
A Brand New print of 2010 from Dar Al-Kotob Al-Ilmiyyah.
About the Author:
Shihab al-Dīn Abū al-ʿAbbās Aḥmad ibn Muḥammad ibn ʿAlī ibn Hajar al-Haytamī al-Makkī is born in 909 H in Abū Haytam, western Egypt. Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Hajar al-Haytami was a student of Zakariyya al-Ansari. He represents the foremost resource for legal opinion (fatwa) in the entire late Shafi`i school. He died in 974 AH (CE 1566). He was the Shāfiʿī Imām of his time, a brilliant scholar of in-depth applications of Sacred Law, and with al-Imām Aḥmad al-Ramlī, represents the foremost resource for fatwa (legal apinion) for the entire late Shāfiʿī School. He was educated at al-Azhar, but later moved to Makkah, where he authored major works in Shāfiʿī jurisprudence, hadīth, tenets of faith, education, hadīth commentary, and formal legal opinion. His most famous works include Tuhfah al-muḥtāj bi sharh al-Minhāj, a commentary on al-Imām al-Nawawī’s Minhāj al-ṭālibīn whose ten volumes represent a high point in Shāfiʿī scholarship; the four volume al-Fatāwā al-kubrā al-fiqhiyyah; and al-Zawājir ʿan iqtirāf al-kabāʾir, which with its detailed presentation of Qurʾān and Hadīth evidence and masterful legal inferences, remains unique among Muslim works dealing with taqwa (godfearingness) and is even recognized by Hanafi scholars like al-Imām Ibn ʿĀbidīn as a source of authoritative legal texts valid in their own school. After a lifetime of outstanding scholarship, the Imām died and was buried in Makkah in 974 H.
The Development of the Shafi'i Madhab and its books: Weight: 4150
The following books are only fiqh books and therefore you wont find fiqhul hadith in this list nor takhrij al-ahadith books such as Al-Takhlisul Habir of Ibn Hajar Al-'Asqalani or the Iqna' of al-mundhiri or Imam Al-Bayhaqi's.
01: Al-Umm; By the Imam himself; Imam Ash-Shafi'i; (d. 204)
02: Al-Imla'; By the Imam himself; Imam Ash-Shafi'i; (d. 204)
03: Al-Mukhtaṣar; an abridgement of imam shafi'is Al-Umm; by Imam Al-Buwayti (d. 231)
04: Al-Mukhtasar; Abridgement of Al-Umm; By Imam Al-Muzni who was student of Imam Ash-Shafi'i; (d. 246)
05: Al-Hawi Al-Kabir Sharh Mukhtasar Al-Muzni; which is an explanation of Al-Muzni's abridgement. By Imam Al-Mawardi; (d. 450)
06: Al-Muhadhab Fi Fiqh Al-Shafi'i; By imam Abi Ishaq Al-Shayrazi; (d. 476)
07: Al-Tanbih; By Imam Abi Ishaq Al-Shayrazi (d. 476)
08: Al-Tatimmat; By Imam Matawaliy; (d. 478)
09: Nihayatil Matlab Fi Darayatil Madhab; which is explanation of Imam Muzni's abridgement of Al-Umm. By Imam Al-Juwayni; (d. 478)
10: Ghayat Al-Ikhtisar or Mukhtasar Abi Shuja’ or Ghayat At-Taqrib or Matn of Abi Shuja’; By Imam Abu Shuja’ (d. 488) or (d. 593 at 160 years)
11: Al-Basit; which is an abridgemnt of Juwayni's Nihayat; By Imam Al-Ghazali; (d. 505)
12: Al-Wasit; which is an abridgement of Al-Basit by the same Author Al-Ghazali; (d. 505)
13: Al-Wajiz; which is an abridgement of Al-Wasit; By Imam Ghazali; (d. 505)
14: Al-Khulusat; by Imam Al-Ghazali; (d. 505)
15: Tahdhib Al-Fatawa; By Imam Al-Baghawi; (d. 516)
16: Al-'Uddah; By Imam Abi Ishaq Al-Ruwyani; (d. 523)
17: Bahrul Madhab Fi Furu'il Madhab Ash-Shafi'i; By Imam Al-Ruwyani; (d. 523)
18: Al-Bayyan; By Imam Al-'Imrani Al-Yamani; (d. 558)
19: Al-Muharrar; which is an abridgement of Imam Al-Ghazalis Al-Wajiz; By Imam Al-Rafi'i; (d. 623)
20: Al-Sharh Al-Kabir or Fath Al-'Aziz Sharh Al-Wajiz; An explanation of Imam Ghazali's Al-Wajiz; by Imam Al-Rafi'i; (d. 623)
21: Sharh Al-Saghir; which is another explanation of Imam Ghazali's Al-Wajiz; by Imam Al-Rafi'i; (d. 623)
22: Al-Rawdatul talibin Wa 'Umdat Al-Muftiyyīn; An abridgement of imam Al-Rafi'i's Fath Al-'Aziz Sharh Al-Wajiz; By Imam Nawawi; (d. 676)
23: Al-Minhajul Talibin; An abdrigement of Imam Al-Rafi'is Muharrar; By Imam Al-Nawawi; (d. 676)
24: Al-Majmu' Sharh Al-Muhadhab; a explanation of Imam Al-Shayrazi's Muhadhab; By Imam Nawawi; (d. 676)
25: Tuḥfạtul Ḥabib; an explanation of Imam Abu Shuja's Ghayat Al-Ikhtisar; By Imam Ibn Daqiq Al-'Id (d. 702)
26: Al-Kifayat Sharah Al-Tanbih; an explanation of Imam Al-Shayrazi's Al-Tanbih; By imam Al-Rif'at; (d. 710)
27: 'Umdatul Saalik; By Imam Ahmed Ibn Naqib Al-Misri (d. 769)
28: Kifayatil Akhyar Sharh Ghayatil Ikhtisar; an explanation of Imam Abu Shuja's Ghayat Al-Ikhtisar; By Imam Taqiyud Deen al-Husni (d. 829)
29: Rawdatul Talib; which is an abridgment of Imam Nawawi's Al-Rawdatul Talibin; By Imam Ibn Al-Muqri (d. 837)
30: Zubad Ibn Raslan; a poem form over 1000 lines in fiqh; By Imam Ibn Raslan Al-Ramli (d. 844).
31: Kanz Al-Raghibin Sharh Minhaj Al-Talibin; an explanation of Imam Nawawi's Al-Minhajul Talibin; By Imam Jalalu Deen Al-Maḥalli (d. 864).
32: Al-Rawd; an abridgement of Imam Nawawis Al-Rawdatul talibin; By Imam Al-Sharaf al-Muqri
33: Al-Irshad; 2nd abdrigement of Imam Nawawi's Al-Rawdatul talibin; by Imam Al-Sharaf al-Muqri
34: Fatḥul Qarib Al-Mujib; an explanation of Imam Abu Shuja's Ghayat Al-Ikhtisar; By Imam Ibn Qasim Al-Ghazzi (d. 918)
35: Asna Al-Maṭalib Sharh Rawḍ Al-Talib; an explanation of Imam Ibn Al-Muqri's Rawdatul Talib; By Imam Zakariyyā Al-Anṣari (d.925)
36: Manhaj Al-Tullab; an abridgement of Imam Nawawi's Al-Minhajul Talibin; By Imam Zakariyyā Al-Anṣari (d.925)
37: Fathul Wahhab Bi Sharḥ Manhaj Al-Tullab; an explanation of his own book Manhaj Al-Tullab; By Imam Zakariyyā Al-Anṣari (d.925)
38: Al-ʿUbab; another abridgement of Imam Nawawi's Al-Rawdatul talibin; By Imam Al-Muzajjad (d. 930)
39: Al-I'ab Sharh Al-'Ubab; an explanation of Imam Al-Muzajjad's Al-'Ubab; By Imam Ibn Hajar Al-Haytami; (d. 974)
40: Tuhfatul Muhtaj Bisharhil Minhaj; an explanation of Imam Nawawi's Al-Minhajul Talibin; By Imam Ibn Hajar Al-Haytami; (d. 974)
41: Fathul Jawad Sharh Al-Irshad; an explanation of Imam Al-Sharaf al-Muqri's Al-Irshad; By Imam Ibn Hajar Al-Haytami; (d. 974)
42: Nihayatil Tadrib Fi Naẓm Ghayatil Taqrib; an versified version of Imam Abu Shuja's Ghayat Al-Ikhtisar; By Imam Sharafu Deen Al-'Amriti (d. 989)
43: Nihayatil Muhtaj ila Sharhil Minhaj; an explanation of Imam Nawawi's Al-Minhajul Talibin; By Imam Shamsu Deen Al-Ramli (d. 1004)
44: Mughni Al-Muhtaj ila Ma'rifat Al-Ma'ani alfaẓ Sharh Al-Minhaj; an explanation of Imam Nawawi's Al-Minhajul Talibin; By Imam Al-Shirbini (d. 977)
These are some of the main books used in the shafi'i madhab even though there are too many abridgements or explanations on mst of these books but we have kept it short so that the list doesn't get too long and too confusing. Any additional information or correction will be most welcomed.
By Mohammed Abdullahi Artan
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