Tarikh e shia by Syed ul Ulema


Tarikh e shia by Syed ul Ulema

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Hujjatul islam Marhoom Syed Ali Naqi saheb.

Syed Ali Naqi Naqvi (مولانا سيد على نقى نقوى) (born 1905 – 1988), also known as Naqqan, was a mujtahid from Lucknow, India who graduated from Najaf, Iraq. He is famous for his writings in Urdu, including the books Shaheed-e-Insaniyat and Tareekh-e-Islam.

He was one of the most highly regarded scholars of Shia Islam at his time.

He was born on 26th December 1905 (26th. Rajab; 1323 Hijri) He died on 18th May 1988 (1st. Shawal; 1408 Hijri)

His first journey to Iraq with his family was in 1327 Hijri. His ‘Bismillah’ at the age of seven in Rauza-e-Imam Ali in Najaf, Iraq. He received his initial religious training by Aaqae Syed Mohammad Ali Shah Abdul Azeemi. After his father, Syed Abul Hasan, received his ijtihad, the family moved back to Lucknow when Syed Ali Naqi Naqvi was aged 9.

He taught Arabic and Persian at Lucknow University, Lucknow, India. Later he joined the Aligarh Muslim University in the Department of Shia Theology where he was its Chairman and was also on numerous occasions the Dean of the Faculty of Theology. He taught both the undergraduate students as well as post-graduate students. He was respected by all at the University.

His second journey to Najaf was for his religious education in 1927, (1345 Hijri). He had already written and published four books before his journey to Iraq

  1. Rooh Aladab Sharah Alamiyatal Arab
  2. Albait Al Mamoor Fi Emaratal Qubur
  3. Faryaad e Musalmanane Aalam
  4. Altawae Haj Per Sharaee Nuqtae Nazar Se Bahas

His first book published in Arabic was in Najaf during his days as a student and was the first ever book to be written against Wahabis, it is called “Kashf annaqab ann aqaaed Abdul Wahab Najdi”. His second book in Arabic was in defence of the act of “Matam, by the name of “Aqalatalaashir fi eqamatalshaaer”.

Other books in Arabic, written by Syedul Ulema Maulana Syed Ali Naqi Naqvi include:

  1. Munjaah al Tabsheer
  2. Naqd al Faraid
  3. Mushnif al Nazeer fi Masalae al Tasweer

Reference for above: Syed ul Ulema-Hayaat Aur Karnaame

Listen Few Majalis Of Hujjatul islam Marhoom Syed

Ali Naqi saheb

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Contributed By:- Aaali Janab Mirza Jamal Saheb

( mirzajamal@gmail.com )

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9 thoughts on “Tarikh e shia by Syed ul Ulema”

  1. This is a history written with a biased mind.Maulana writes that first jihad fought against apostates was actually a war against shiane Ali(a.s) which is totally wrong in the light of historical facts.Maulana also writes that first and second khilafat were full of injustice, where the fact is that this khilafat was matchless in the world history.Both khalifas never gain any worldly benefit from their rule , even they didnt give any post to their kith and kins.That is why Umar,s name was included in The hundred all time great men by a christian writer.
    Further Maulana writes that 72 of karbala were most dedicated persons that history ever seen.What about the 320 of jange badar for whome Rasool(SA) preyed to Allah that if all thease souls would die no one will remain for worship thy almighty till last day.
    History never bound with notion but notion always in need of authentic history.Jazak allah

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  2. Jazzak Allah!!!
    Thanks for uploading this very usefull information about Shiaism. This is indeed very helpful for the new generations to know and understand the history of Shiaism.

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  3. A O A,
    I am very happy to read the history of shia by Allama Ali Naqi Naqan may god bless all the momineen and also all the workers whose are working for shiet.

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