شرح قطر الندى وبل الصدى
Sharh Qatrul Nada waballa as-Sada : Arabic Only
+ Sabil al-Huda Bitahqiq Sharh Qatrul Nada
By Imam Abu Muhammad Abdullah Jamalu Din ' bin Hisham al-Ansari
Compiled By Muhammad Muhyuddin Abdul Hamid
Hardback 367 Pages
Publisher : Dar al-Tala'e & al-Maktaba al-Asriyah Lebanon
About The Book
A master book in the science of 'Arabic Grammar, or also known as Nahw. Written by one of the experts of this field, you can rest assured that there is nothing that comes even close in its vivid explanation, in its break down of the terminologies as well as laying out the foundational structure of nahw.
This work was originally written as a basic work for students that needed direct approach to Arabic Grammar.
However after a short while the author compiled an explanation on it so as to further ease the understanding of the student..
- Good Quality
- Clear Font
- Ideal For The Students of Nahw (Arabic Grammar)
About The Author
al-'Allamah, al-shaykh Abu Muhammad 'Abd Allah Jamalu Din bin Ahmad bin 'Abd Allah bin Hisham al-Ansari was born in the month of Dhul Qihdah 708 Hijri, which is in agreement with 1309 A.D.
He was born in Egypt. He quickly became a lover of knowledge as youn age and would just sit with scholars and in the circles of study.
Imam Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani mentions him in his book al-Durar al-Kamina that he took knowledge from all the great scholars of his time such as Taj al-Tabrizi, Taj al-Fakahani, Shuhab ibn al-Marhal and Ibn Jama'ah.
His students didn't not become well known but however it was testified that a lot of scholars from Egypt took from him.
He quickly became famous for his works in the science of arabic grammar, such as:
- Mughni al-Labib 'an Kutub al-'a'arib,
- Awdhah al-Masalik ila al-Fiyyat ibn Malik.
- Sharh al-Burdah.
He wrote over 28 titles or works in regards to Nahw, Sarf and Lughah, all being in the science of Arabic Grammar.
His fame was not limited to Egypt but quickly reached in the lands of east and west.
While mentioning this, Imam Ibn Hajar al-'Asqalani quotes ibn Khaldum saying: 'Everywhere we went in Morocco we would hear that there has come from Egypt an unparalleled scholar in the science of Arabic Grammar, not even reached by Sibawayh'.
He was a Shafi'i in Madh-hab and later became lenient towards the Hanbali Madh-hab.
He passed away in friday evening 5th of Dhil Qa'dah 761 which is in agreement with 1360 A.D.
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