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Tareekh e Tabri is Written by Allama Abi Jafar Muhammad bin Jareer Al- Tabri. Click on the following links to read online or download full volumes in Urdu. Tareekh-e-Tabri Urdu Complete 7 Volumes Free Download. Urdu Translation of Tareekh Tabri by Allama Abi Jafar Muhammad bin Jareer Al-Tabri Pdf Version. Tareekh-e-Tabri. by Abi Jafar Muhammad bin Jareer ut Tabri. Click to download. Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Volume 4 Volume 5 Volume 6 Volume 7.

After this he would give lessons in jurisprudence. Then he would return to his house to spend time with his family. He treated Khawarij and Rawafid as infidels, i. However, later he apologized and eulogized Imam Hanbal ar. VII ; p.

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Those instances in the Quran where Allah abrogates a commandment which was originally meant for a previous people and replaces it with a new one. He would not digest the facts and attempt at their reconstruction and interpretation for the reader. His work is also an important source of Sirah literature. Since the science of genealogy has been approved by the Quran as a source of knowledge Al- Quran , Tabari has used it in his Tarikh.

However, being a prolific writer, he has other numerous publications to his name but only the above mentioned two are extant. Some of the other publications include: 1. Historians have recorded an instance46 wherein al-Tabari had estimated that his work would be well over 30, pages but then had to concise it to one-third because his pupils had expressed concern that such a work will never be completed in a lifetime.

This compilation was a huge script spread over 18 volumes, dealing with the styles of reciting the Quran. It was a juristic treatise.

Chains of Transmission: Ibn Jarir gives the various chains of transmission of the traditions from the Holy Prophet s and, in most cases, analyzes them55 to eliminate the slightest of doubts. He often gives his opinion on the reports themselves, without putting any constraints on the reader. In other words, he explains some words of the Quran according to the diction in which Arabs used these words in their poetry as well as day-to-day life, which sometimes gives a deep insight of the real meaning of the words.

Opinion of Linguists: Al-Tabari records the opinions of different prominent linguists pertaining to some of the words of the Quran. One of the more useful of many printed editions of this work is the one containing the comments of Ahmad Shaakir on the isnaads of the many narrations cited by the author. Page 6 of 14 7.

Abstention from Mundane Discussions: Tabari does not go deep into digging those aspects of the Quran which he believed were indifferent toward the benefit of people. For instance, he does not discuss at length the contents Allah sent in Man-uss-Salwa as he believes that speculations of such sort are a wastage of time. Superiority of the Quran: Al-Tabari considers that the Quran is superior to any other text and presents the infallible facts explained therein comparing them to the other sacred texts and thus establishes its superiority over them.

Jurisprudence: Al-Tabari also gives space to the views and opinions of other jurists and scholars regarding those aspects of the Quran dealing with jurisprudence and concludes them with his own opinion and supplements it with canonical sources. Unsound Reports: Critics have pointed out that the Tafsir contains some unconfirmed reports. Page 7 of 14 authority of M. Sulaim b. Asad, a revert from Judaism, without any hesitation.

Ibn Abbass, Ibn Masood, H. Asad, a revert from Judaism, had a special study in Jewish Haggada.

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VIII ; p. He even sung couplets in praise of his own works. He was an erudite who attracted large gatherings and never missed an opportunity to participate in public debates and hence left the people in awe.

He also was a student of Abu Mudar. He used Persian for some of his works also. Most of his other treatises have survived till today.

Some of these works are: 1. It is an Arabic Dictionary. He has given the occasions and the contexts in which the words were employed.

What is still more remarkable is the arrangement of the Asaas which is in the alphabetical order to the first letter of the word.

It is unique in its attention to original and the metaphorical usages of the Arabic language. It was a geographical dictionary.

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In its Preface, he says that it took him two years to write the entire commentary. Arabic Poetry: Zamakhshiri believes in the usefulness of Arabic poetry in expounding the Quran. Al-Zamakhshiri, in his own capacity, tries to explain these huruf as well. After the afternoon prayer, he would go to the mosque and give lessons in Quran until the first evening prayer.

After this he would give lessons in jurisprudence. Then he would return to his house to spend time with his family. He treated Khawarij and Rawafid as infidels, i. However, later he apologized and eulogized Imam Hanbal ar. VII ; p. Those instances in the Quran where Allah abrogates a commandment which was originally meant for a previous people and replaces it with a new one.

He would not digest the facts and attempt at their reconstruction and interpretation for the reader. His work is also an important source of Sirah literature. Since the science of genealogy has been approved by the Quran as a source of knowledge Al- Quran , Tabari has used it in his Tarikh.

However, being a prolific writer, he has other numerous publications to his name but only the above mentioned two are extant. Some of the other publications include: 1.

Historians have recorded an instance46 wherein al-Tabari had estimated that his work would be well over 30, pages but then had to concise it to one-third because his pupils had expressed concern that such a work will never be completed in a lifetime. This compilation was a huge script spread over 18 volumes, dealing with the styles of reciting the Quran.

It was a juristic treatise. Chains of Transmission: Ibn Jarir gives the various chains of transmission of the traditions from the Holy Prophet s and, in most cases, analyzes them55 to eliminate the slightest of doubts. He often gives his opinion on the reports themselves, without putting any constraints on the reader. In other words, he explains some words of the Quran according to the diction in which Arabs used these words in their poetry as well as day-to-day life, which sometimes gives a deep insight of the real meaning of the words.

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Opinion of Linguists: Al-Tabari records the opinions of different prominent linguists pertaining to some of the words of the Quran. One of the more useful of many printed editions of this work is the one containing the comments of Ahmad Shaakir on the isnaads of the many narrations cited by the author.

Page 6 of 14 7. Abstention from Mundane Discussions: Tabari does not go deep into digging those aspects of the Quran which he believed were indifferent toward the benefit of people. For instance, he does not discuss at length the contents Allah sent in Man-uss-Salwa as he believes that speculations of such sort are a wastage of time.

Superiority of the Quran: Al-Tabari considers that the Quran is superior to any other text and presents the infallible facts explained therein comparing them to the other sacred texts and thus establishes its superiority over them.

Jurisprudence: Al-Tabari also gives space to the views and opinions of other jurists and scholars regarding those aspects of the Quran dealing with jurisprudence and concludes them with his own opinion and supplements it with canonical sources. Unsound Reports: Critics have pointed out that the Tafsir contains some unconfirmed reports.

Page 7 of 14 authority of M. Sulaim b. Asad, a revert from Judaism, without any hesitation.

Ibn Abbass, Ibn Masood, H. Asad, a revert from Judaism, had a special study in Jewish Haggada. VIII ; p. He even sung couplets in praise of his own works. He was an erudite who attracted large gatherings and never missed an opportunity to participate in public debates and hence left the people in awe. He also was a student of Abu Mudar.

He used Persian for some of his works also. Most of his other treatises have survived till today. Some of these works are: 1. It is an Arabic Dictionary.

He has given the occasions and the contexts in which the words were employed. What is still more remarkable is the arrangement of the Asaas which is in the alphabetical order to the first letter of the word. It is unique in its attention to original and the metaphorical usages of the Arabic language. It was a geographical dictionary.

In its Preface, he says that it took him two years to write the entire commentary. Arabic Poetry: Zamakhshiri believes in the usefulness of Arabic poetry in expounding the Quran.Lexicography: In his Tafsir, al-Zamakhshiri proceeds on the basis of a scientific etymological analysis of the structure of the vocabulary of the Quran.

Israeliyat: Zamakhshiri rarely uses Israeli traditions. He often gives his opinion on the reports themselves, without putting any constraints on the reader. In addition to the three major expeditions to Hunanyn, Ta'if, and Tabuk, it describes in detail the circumstances surrounding the illness from which he died and the subsequent crisis of leadership faced by the nascent Muslim community. Tabari's work is one of the major primary sources for historians.

However, being a prolific writer, he has other numerous publications to his name but only the above mentioned two are extant. The author depicts with admirable fairness all the various opinions and divisions that existed within the community.

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