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Tahqiq-ul-Haq Fi Kalima-tul-Haq. It gained wide approbation in the Islamic world because of its high scholarly and analytical content, and the erudite discussion on important religious and spiritual issues contained in it.
Ina second edition of the book, containing Urdu translation along with Persian text, was published. Finally, a third hard-bound edition was published, with further amplifications and printing improvements, in December A provides a masterly exposition of the concept of "Wahdat-ul-Wajood" and helped clear many of the prevailing misinterpretations of the concept.
Reason for writing the book.
It appears, however, that during the course of his spiritual journey, he was so overcome by excessive absorption in the concept of Tawhid-e-wujudi Unity of Being as to indulge in a rather distorted interpretation of the concept in his above-mentioned book.
In effect, he described idols false gods to be "at par with Allah", through a mis-interpretation of the word "ilah" god used in the Kalima-e-Tawhid.
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Maulana even went a step further and asserted that the entire Muslim Ummah was under an obligation to accept his aforesaid version of Wahdat-ul-wajood, and that ulama past or present who rejected this version were, or would be, guilty of misguidance. Taking serious note of this, some contemporary ulama denounced Maulana Abdul Rahman's views as amounting to heresy, although very few of them were able to effectively counter the many learned and weighty arguments that the Maulana had advanced in support of his view-point.
The result was that the issue threatened to disrupt the unity of the entire Muslim ummah. In this book, he refuted Maulana Abdul Rahman's stand on the the point at issue with powerful and convincing arguments derived from Quran and the hadith. He conclusively proved that the meaning and interpretation of Kalima-e-Tawhid, which had been unanimously accepted and acted upon by the Islamic ummah ever since the period of the Holy Prophet Muhammad P.
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H and with his full approval, but which Maulana Abdul Rahman had differed from in his booklet, were enough to preserve the iman of a Muslim, and to rid him from "kufr" unbelief and shirk association or ascribing "partners" to Allah. At the same time, however, Hazrat desisted from dubbing Maulana as a heretic, as many other ulama had done. Instead he considered the latter's views to be based, not on any willful or ill-intentioned distortion but on an "overpowering spiritual experience", and therefore attributable to a state of mind beyond the Maulana's own control.
The subject covered in Hazrat's book was highly delicate and sensitive. Furthermore, the arguments advanced by the Maulana in support of his point of view had been very strong and scholarly, and they could only be refuted by reasoning equally logical and convincing. Because of this, Hazrat's book was necessarily a highly erudite and scholarly piece of writing, and its contents could be truly understood only by persons well-versed in both the Arabic language in which the book was written, and the intricacies and subtleties of the spirit.
Indeed the book was hailed by distinguished scholars and sufia as a work of outstanding merit and a masterpiece. Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi, who occupies a position of eminence among the Sub-continent's ulama, was reported to have observed. Thanks to this book, the controversy which threatened to divide the ummah into two bitterly opposed groups was amicably resolved and laid to rest for all time to come".
Topics covered in the book. H is the Messenger of Allah "; and. H on this and related subjects. Shamsul Hidayah. As mentioned earlier, this book was written by Hazrat R. A as a part of his fight against Qadianism or Ahmadiya movement. The book was, therefore, acclaimed by the Muslim ulama of all schools of thought.
This book was written in the year Reason for writing the book - in Hazrat's R. A own words. A summary of reasons given by Hazrat in the beginning of the book for its compilation is reproduced below:. In short, the book Shamsul Hidayah established the case for Jesus Christ's ascent to heaven "alive and in person" in such forceful and incontrovertible terms as to totally demolish Mirza's interpretation and claims. The adverse and abusive remarks made about it by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and his followers in their various writings and sayings were an indirect proof of their helplessness in providing an effective answer to the arguments and reasoning presented by Hazrat in the book.
The book has gone through three editions since it was published, the latest one having been published in As Hazrat had made out a very strong case in his book "Shamsul Hidayah" to expose the fallacy of the arguments put forward by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad to back up his claim to be the masil of Jesus Christ and later the Promised Messiah in person.
Besides negating those arguments, Hazrat had also called upon Mirza to explain the true inner meaning of the Kalima-e-Tayyibah. About two years of the publication of Shamsul Hidayah, the Qadyani camp published two books by way of rejoinders to Shamsul Hidayah. Concerning his own book, Mirza put forward the claim that it was beyond human power to reply to the arguments contained in that book Ijaz-ul-Masih.
In this book, an effort was made, besides other things, to give a detailed explanation of the Kalimah There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is His Messengeras had been demanded by Hazrat in his book Shamsul Hidayah. Similar criticism were made of the contents of Shams-e-Bazighah, in which an effort had been made by Mirza to spell out the meaning of the Kalimah There is no god but Allah and Muhammad P.
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As clarified by Hazrat in his introductory remarks, this book, like Shamsul Hidayah, was also written by Hazrat on the insistence of some ulama and other people rather than on his own initiative, and its real purpose was to explain the correct position of the related issues from the standpoints of the Quran and the Hadith for the information and guidance of people rather than to indulge in polemics with Mirza and his followers.
Saif-e-Chishtiyai elaborated further upon the arguments contained in Hazrat's earlier book Shamsul Hidayah, and also gave convincing rejoinders to the objections raised by Mirza concerning that book. In addition, it made nearly one hundred critical comments on the incorrect meanings and logic, errors of Arabic grammar, diction and idiom which are crucially important in relation to the Quran and the Hadith, since even the slightest error can completely distort the meanings of the relevant ayat and ahadith in respect of Surah Al-Fateha contained in Mirza's Ijaz-ul-Masih.
Similar criticisms were made of the contents of Shams-e-Bazighah. The details of these various comments, which can be properly understood only by those well-versed in Arabic language and in religious issues, may be seen in the book itself.
In Saif-e-Chishtiyai, Hazrat had inter alia predicted that since Mirza was an impostor, he would never have the privilege of visiting Madina Munawwara and paying his respects at the tomb of the Holy Prophet P. Hwhich, according to a hadith was one of the things which Jesus Christ the real Promised Massiah was destined to do, along with the performance of Hajj, after his future descent to earth.
This prediction was proved correct when Mirza died a few years later neither performing Hajj nor visiting Madina. Saif-e-Chishtiyai was hailed by contemporary religious scholars as a masterpiece on the subject.
It was quoted extensively by writers of Quranic commentaries and other religious authors as a reference to prove their various points. As intended, this book did effectively stem the advancing Qadyani tide, making it almost completely ineffective. It helped thousands of Muslims to rediscover the truth about the issues that Qadianism had raised, besides making many Qadianis themselves repent and rejoin the ranks of orthodox Muslims.
First Published in A. Purpose of the book. This book was written by Hazrat R.
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A to present the correct and balanced view, according to the Quran and Sunnah, concerning certain issues of day-to-day significance, which have been a constant source of controversy among ulama of different schools of thought. The book was meant to rectify the extremist and diametrically divergent views that had come to prevail over time among ulama of different schools on these points.
For the benefit of these ulama, Hazrat wrote the book in Persian. AlFatuhat-us-Samadiyyah Divine Bounties. This book published in A. The questions posed by the non-conformist ulama had been carefully chosen, so as to cover several different branches of Islamic sciences.
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This was not done presumably in the hope that no single person could be so widely learned as to be able to do justice to all of them. Hazrat gave detailed replies to each one of the Questions. Twelve questions posed by Hazrat to the non-conformist ulama, which were never answered.
The twelve questions addressed by Hazrat to non-conformist ulama at the end of the book Futuhat-us-Samadiyyah, which, as stated earlier, never elicited any answers from the latter, are summarized below:. Reproducing a saying of Syedna Muhammad bin Ali with respect to the alphabetic system, Hazrat asked the ulama to explain the meaning of that saying, and the reason for their present sequential order. Citing one of the observations of Uwaisa-ibn-ul-Kamal on this subject, Hazrat asked for the reasons behind it.
Hazrat sought a solution to one of the conundrum riddles attributed to Sahib Abi Madyan, which was more concise than the one that the ulama had asked Hazrat to decipher. Citing some of the observations of leading scholastic theologians like Ashari, Ibn-e-Kalab Hishm-bin Al-Hikam, Ibn Sina and others about the Word of Allah and about letters and sounds, Hazrat asked his opponents to analytically prove the correctness of anyone of those observations.
Which is the geometrical figure that proves tawhid Unity of Allah? And which is the figure relied upon by a Trinitarian Christian to justify his creed of Trinity. Also indicate how the latter can be disproved with the help of Euclidean geometry itself? Make three circles whose radiuses are equal in length to three given lines, of which one touches the circle on the inside and the other on the outside.
Describe also the nature of relationship between the three radiuses which is conducive to the solution of the problem. A question on this subject is also reproduced in full because of its importance:.
Please reconcile the two. How many scholars have objected to this hadith, and why? Give the reasons for this from the hadith and the ayah themselves. H ummah? And why was this intervention considered necessary at all considering that the Holy Prophet P.
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H himself had been blessed by Allah with the knowledge of everything — past, present and future? Hazrat sought clarification as to why in the following Quranic ayat, which relate excerpts form the conversation between the Prophet Moses and Khizar, the latter used the singular pronoun for himself in the first ayah and the plural one in the second:. XVIII, Aand on the points arising out of that commentary.
Hazrat sought an explanation of some of the Quranic verses containing reference to celestial bodies sun, moon, stars etc.
In particular, he enquired about the reason for the phases of the moon having been specified as twenty-eight Moreover, these questions still remain unanswered. The major cause of discord between the two sects has been the divergence of views between them about the manner in which the question of succession to the Holy Prophet P. H was settled after his passing away, and especially about the order in which the four Pious Caliphs Abubakar, Umar, Usman and Ali were installed in the office.
The Prophet P. H himself had not nominated a successor, and had left the question to be decided on the basis of democratic consensus in accordance with the true principles of Islam. Although the matter was resolved with unison and amity at the time, issues seeking to sow the seeds of dissension were raised concerning it, long after the event, by forces which could only be regarded as ill wishers of the Muslim Ummah that had attained dizzy heights of glory in a short period of time.
Because of the ruinous effects of this schism on the unity and integrity of the Muslim Ummah, moderation-living ulama have endeavored from the beginning to bridge it through their writings and pronouncements.
Unfortunately, the schism has continued to persist, largely because the voice of moderation and restraint has often been stifled amidst the tumult of extremism, and also because the ill wishers of the Islamic Ummah have, through their machinations and conspiracies, not allowed the controversy to be resolved once and for all.
Realizing the grave and fundamental significance of this matter, therefore, Hazrat decided to write on the issue in what was meant to be yet another effort to effect a lasting reconciliation between the two sects. In this book, he quoted extensively from Quran and Hadith to establish the legitimacy of the decision taken consensually on the question of Khilafat succession to the Holy Prophet P.
The balanced but scholarly and convincing tone in which the book has been written cannot but elicit the admiration of all fair-minded readers.