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بہارِ شریعت
AuthorImam Ahmad Raza Khan and Amjad Ali Aazmi
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Bahar-e-Shariat (Urdu: بہارِ شریعت; 1939) is an encyclopedia of Islamic fiqh (jurisprudence), according to the Hanafi school. Spreading over 20 volumes, Seventeen of its volumes were written by Amjad Ali Aazmi, a disciple of Ahmed Raza Khan. The final three books were compiled by his disciples after his death. The book is written in simple Urdu and has 11,624 topics.[1][2]

There are separate parts for theology, prayer, ablution, fasting, charity and pilgrimage. The second part includes topics like Talaq (Divorce) and Khula, (trade matters involving buying and selling of goods) and Kufria sentences etc. Parts 14 to 20 are compiled in the third volume, which includes topics such as Inheritance, Qassas, Diyat etc. The topics encompassing the whole life of a person are discussed by the author. The book has been published by many publishers across India and Pakistan. Ilyas Qadri's Dawat-e-Islami has done work on a computerized version [3]

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  1. ^ Moulana Mohammad Iliyas Attar Qadri. Method of Salah. TANVEER AHMED. pp. 123–. GGKEY:41U7ZHH6L4N.
  2. ^ Rahman, Tariq (2008). "Language, Religion and Politics". Revue des Mondes Musulmans et de la Méditerranée (124): 93–112. doi:10.4000/remmm.6019.
  3. ^ Alam, Arshad (2009). "Contextualising Muslim Identity: Ansaris, Deobandis, Barelwis". Economic and Political Weekly. 44 (24): 86–92. JSTOR 40279110.

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