Muqaddimah Jazariyyah – المقدمة الجزرية
Al-Muqaddimah al-Jazariyyah – is a New translation with Commentary of one of the famous poems of Imam ibn al-Jazari on the science of tajwid accompanied with tafsir [brief explanation].
Arabic poems are written on rhythmic patterns, known as Buhur, which is the plural of Bahr. The science that studies the rhythmic patterns of poems is called ‘Ilm ul-‘Arudh. Although these rhythmic patterns were used in pre-Islamic poetry, as a science it was developed by famous grammarian of the Arabic language, Imam Al-Khaleed bin Ahmad al-Faraheedi.
Muqaddimah al-Jazariyah is a brief commentray on the poem of Imam ibn al-Jazari, rahimahullah, in the science of Tajweed. Also included with this book is an A3 Wall Poster explaining Sifaat ul-Huruf with Permanent Sifaat with their Opposites and Permanent Sifaat that don’t have Opposites.
About Imam al-Jazari :
He is Sham al-Din Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn al-Jazari, rahmatullahi ta’ala ‘alayhi. He was a scholar born on the 25th of Ramadhan in Damascus in 751AH who went on to become a master in Qir’at, Tajweed, Hadith, History and Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh).
Some have noted over 90 different works in the different sciences from the Imam, yet his most famous work is the poem translated herein. He was also known as al-Shaykh al-Qurra.
|Author - مؤلف الكتاب|
|Publisher - الناشر|
|Edition - رقم الطبعة||
First Edition – الطبعة الأولى
|Year Published - سنة الإصدار||
|Language - اللغة||
English with little Arabic (Ayat & Ahadith)
|Numer of pages - عدد الصفحات|
|Volumes - عدد الأجزاء||
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