التكميل في أصول التأويل
Written by حميد الدين فراهي   
Wednesday, 30 June 2010 14:25

هذا كتاب لأستاذ الإمام الفراهي -رحمه الله- قد أفرده لذكر أصول راسخة لتأويل القرآن إلى صحيح معناه، فموضوعه: الكلمة والكلام من حيث دلالته على المعنى المراد


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الرائ الصحيح في من هو الذبيح
Written by حميد الدين فراهي   
Wednesday, 30 June 2010 14:23

تصدی الإمام الفراهي في هذا الكتاب لإبطال ما زعم اليهود من أن الذبيح إسحاق عليه السلام، والكشف عن تعريفاتهم لإثبات ذلك في التورة

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Teachers of Farahi
Written by Translated and Adapted from Sharf Uddin Islahi's Dhikr Farahi by Tariq Mahmood Hashmi   
Sunday, 20 June 2010 08:46

Hafiz Ahmad Ali Sakruri

The first name among the teachers of Farahi known to history is that of Hafiz Ahmad Ali of Sakrur. Farahi memorized the Holy Qur’an under his direction. Relevant archives of history do not contain much about his person more than his name. In the society of those times, memorizers of the Qur’an and religious teachers were held in high esteem. Though Farahi belonged to a well-off family, he opted for memorizing the Qur’an first and was guided in this regard by Hafiz Ahmad Ali.

Last Updated on Monday, 07 February 2011 08:29
Written by عبدالرحمن الشهري   
Sunday, 20 June 2010 08:39

In the following, please read the profile of Imam Hamiduddin Farahi in Arabic. This profile was taken from here.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 August 2010 12:02
Written by Shehzad Saleem   
Sunday, 20 June 2010 08:23

Among the exclusive group of the “born greats”, there are some who become legends in their own lifetimes, others who receive recognition just after they pass away and a few for whom the wheel of fortune must complete another rotation, before the world is able to appreciate their “extraordinary” genius. Hamid Uddin Farahi, a brilliant Muslim scholar, undoubtedly, belongs to this rare breed of men. It has taken almost half a century for a handful of Muslim scholars of the subcontinent to realize the tremendous amount of work done by him to redirect the Muslim religious thought from the path it had deviated. Perhaps, it will take another half a century before his name becomes as legendary as Abu Hanifa or Ibn Taymiyyah.

Last Updated on Friday, 30 July 2010 18:08

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