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Tashil al-Zaruri li Masa'il al-Quduri (Bushra)

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Mufti Ashiq Ilahi's simple and lucid commentary of Mukhtasar al-Quduri in question and answer format. This commentary also includes explanatory notes where the author considered it necessary.

Detailing about 12,500 legal questions and taught in seminaries across the world, Imam 'Abd al-Husayn Ahmad ibn Abi Bakr al-Quduri's Mukhtasar al-Quduri is one of the mainstays of the Hanafi school of law. It covers a whole spectrum of law, including worship, financial transactions, personal relations and judicial law.

In 2-colour print.

Mufti Ashiq Ilahi al-Barni was a prominent writer and eminent scholar of fiqh, hadith and tafsir from the Indian Subcontinent. He authored a number of well received books, including the ever-popular Zad al-Talibin. He was a disciple of the hadith scholar Shaykh al-Hadith Mawlana Muhammad Zakariyya. He migrated to the blessed city of Madinah where he spent the last 25 years of his life. He lays buried in the cemetary of al-Baqi'.

Author of Mukhtasar al-Quduri: He is Abu l-Hasan Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Ja`far ibn Hamdan al-Quduri al-Baghdadi, the Hanafi jurist, born 362 AH. 


Abu'l-Hasan al-Quduri took his knowledge of fiqh from Abu `Abdillah Muhammad ibn al-Jurjani, a student of Abu Bakr al-Jassas al-Razi. He attained hadith from various teachers, most famous amongst them al-Khatib al-Baghdadi.


He was among the ashab al-Tarjih (those who weighed and analyzed the strengths of differing verdicts in the Hanafi school of fiqh).  The leadership of the Hanafis in `

Iraq came to rest with him, and his renown rose.  His mention recurs in the well-known Hanafi books al-Hidayah and al-Khulasah. He died on 15th Rajab 428 AH in

Baghdad, and was buried in his home, but was later transported and buried beside Abu Bakr al-Khawarizmi, another Hanafi jurist.


He authored:


al-Mukhtasar, the fiqh summary bearing his name.

Sharh Mukhtasar al-Karkhi

al-Tajrid, in seven volumes, encompassing the disagreed issues between the Hanafis and Shafi`is.

al-Taqrib, also in issues of disagreement, a summary which he compiled for his son.