By: Haskafi, Muhammad (d. 1088/1677) / TamartashiShare
«The Durr-ul-Mukhtar: being the commentary of The Tanvirul Absar of Muhammad bin Abdullah Tamartashi». Translated to English, with the Arabic text included, this is the work by Muhammad Ala-al-Din al-Haskafi (1025/1616 - 1088/1677). It is a commentary on the earlier work of Tamartashi, and is a prominent treatise of the Hanafi school of thought. English translation of B.M. Dayal
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Haskafi, Muhammad (d. 1088/1677) / Tamartashi
Kitab Bhavan, New Delhi, 2008 Edition c. 1913
14.5 x 22.5 cm / 5.75 x 8.75 in
Early Work - Islamic Jurisprudence - Hanafi - Tamartashi
FROM THE PUBLISHER: This book was written in 1070 Hijri by Sheikh Muhammad Alaud-din who was a Mufti at Damascus for a long time. This work was translated by justice B.M. Dayal with great authority. It is an authentic work on Marriage, Dower, Talaq, Rights and obligations of spouses, Nalqah, Wakf, gift, wills and Inheritance.