5 edition of Al-Kafi found in the catalog.
November 1985 by Tahrike Tarsile Quran .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Besides the introduction, the first volume consists of four books in the following order: The first book is kitab al-'aql wa al-jahl, which has one chapter consisting of thirty-four traditions. The next two chapters concern hunting said and ritual slaughter dhaba'ih. Al-Kulayni has taken great care in compiling the relevant traditions in such an order that the fundamental rules governing Islamic state and society are laid down in unambiguous terms. In this chapter knowledge 'ilm is dealt with on the basis of its basic early Islamic meaning of the traditional knowledge of Islam, i. However, it is agreed that it refers to a village in Iran, Kulain or Kulin; both were villages there. This chapter deals with personal prayers du'a' as distinct from the salat which is performed in a prescribed manner at prescribed times.
With it there is the Armaments of the Messenger of Allah. After marriage and children, the next subject is that of divorce al-talaq. He was a muhaddith, and it is generally believed that mahaddithun were anti-rationalists but in the case of al-Kulayni this yard-stick is not applicable. In the matter of traditions that are conciliating, the easiest way is suggested by the Imam Ai. This book deals with different aspects of the Quran and serves as a key to the understanding of the Holy Book. You expressed urgent need of such a book, and I hope that the present book would serve this purpose
It certainly lacks the detailed systematic approach that is so obviously present in the other two parts of the book. Aqiqa is actually a sacrifice performed on behalf of a seven-day old child. Al-Kulayni has tried to bring the most detailed, authentic and clear hadith at the beginning of each section, and the more concise and ambiguous ones later. The furu closes with a discussion of oaths, vows and the manner of atonement when the former two are broken in Kitab al-aiman wa-l-nudhur wa-'l-kaffarat. It is regarded as one of the four major works of Shi'i traditions.
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Howard Al-Serat, Vol. Besides the introduction, the first volume consists of four books in the following order: The first book is kitab al-'aql wa al-jahl, which has one chapter consisting of thirty-four traditions. This is a comprehensive survey of the elements of faith iman and unbelief kufr.
This book deals with different aspects of the Quran and serves as a key to the understanding of the Holy Book. Furthermore, al-Kulayni had no special connection with the Four Deputies.
All these commentaries have been published, though most of them nearly a hundred years ago. One of the principal features of the work is that the traditions are presented systematically in chapters according to their subject matter.
Do they know what al-Jafr is? Marriage nikah is the subject of the next book.
Although some do not consider it to be a part of al-Kafi, both al-Najashi and al-Shaykh al-Tusi have asserted that Rawda is al-Kafi's last chapter. Then the different kinds of slaves and the different methods of freeing them are discussed in kitab al-'itq wa'-l-tadbir wa-'l-katiba.
Jihad and the other principle 'enjoining good and forbidding evil', if elaborated in details and stretched to their logical corollaries, cover the whole socio-political system of Islam. Kitab al-du'a', "The Chapter of Prayer". This is explained by al-Kulaini in his introduction to the work: " You expressed urgent need of such a book, and I hope that the present book would serve this purpose This approach is aimed at preserving the purity of the traditions and is a clear sign of his objectivity.
Among them one tradition deals with the accompanying forces of reason 'uql and ignorance jahl. There were said to have been four hundred of such collections.
Agha Buzurg al-Tihrani, op. Hadith books are compiled by fallible people, and thus realistically, they inevitably have a mixture of strong and weak hadiths.
I Ibid. The name al-Kafi means "that which is sufficient" that is, the book was intended to be a comprehensive collection of Imami-Shi'i traditions.
Actually, it was the Al-Kafi book of the Shia scholarship for many centuries, at least the first four centuries after Hijrah, that Al-Kafi as well as the other three books of Hadith were Sahih in totality. The first part of this book contains arguments for the presence of a Divinely guided prophet or Imam in the earth, which can never remain without such guidance.Mar 24, · Rawdat Al-Kafi This is the last of the series of al-Kafi, a book that contains the khutab sermons or speeches and the letters of- the Infallibles.
The strictness observed by the earlier scholars in ensuring the authenticity of what they transmitted and recorded through various means and methods. Kitab al-zakat, consisting of 43 chapters and. Al Kafi Book 1: Intellect & Foolishness. Compiled by Shaykh Abu Jafar Muhammad ibn Yaqub al-Kulayni. Published by Taqwa Media LLC, USA.
After the Quran, no. Al-Kafi may have been entitled as such due to al-Kulayni's own statement in the chapter on Tahara, which reads, "This book is "Kafi" (i.e. sufficient) for all religious sciences". It also could have been named Al-Kafi due to a report that when it was presented to Imam al-Mahdi (a), he said, "Al-Kafi is Kafi (i.e.
sufficient) for our Shi'a.". The main criticism of al-Kafi as the basis for Shia fiqh, comes from prominent Sunni writers who argue that finding some hadiths in al-Kafi proves that the entire Shi'ite school is wrong. Shi'ites in reality do not rest the basis of their entire faith on the complete authenticity of.
Feb 19, · Maola ALI علیہ السلام ka HAQEEQI SHIAH kon??? GHADEER-e-KHUM??? (Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza) - Duration: Engineer Muhammad Ali Mirza - Official Channelviews. Al-Kafi – A Brief Outline. Al-Kafi is the first-ever complete English translation of the first and foremost comprehensive book of Hadith of the Holy Prophet, with his Ahl al-Bayt as narrators, compiled by Thiqatu al-Islam, Abu Ja’far Muhammad ibn Ya’qub al-Kulayni.