At-Tadhkirah - The Reminder About the Condition of the Dead and the Events of the Hereafter By Al-Imam Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Ahmad bin Abu Bakr bin
Author: Al-Imam Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Ahmad bin Abu Bakr bin Farah
Book Binding: Paperback
Size: 8.3 x 5.7 x 1.1 inch
About This Book:
The timeless Islamic work "At-Tadhkirah," also known as "The Reminder," explores the profound facets of the afterlife, addressing the state of the deceased and the events that take place in the Hereafter. Al-Imam Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Ahmad bin Abu Bakr bin Farah al-Qurtubi, who passed away in 671 AH/1272 CE, is the eminent scholar who authored this work.
The book is expertly split into four sections, each of which addresses important topics related to the afterlife. The first section informs us of the state of the dead in their graves, describing the angels Munkar and Nakir's interrogation and the potential punishment or blessing of the cemetery. The second section focuses on what happened on the Day of Resurrection. The sounding of the Trumpet, the ascension of the dead, the assembly of humanity, the assessment of actions, the crossing of the Bridge, and the final resting places of Paradise or Hell are examples of key events that fall under this category. In the third section, Paradise and Hell are vividly described, along with their various levels and the profound pleasures or agonies that await their residents.
The fourth and final section, which offers crucial foresight into the future, illuminates the indications that preceded the Hour.This is an abridged version of At-Tadhkirah- by Muhammad bin Ahmad bin Abu Bakr bin Farj al-Ansari, al-Khazraji, al-Andalusi and then al Qurtubi may AlL11-1 forgive him, his parents and every Muslim - Amlin! He says: Absolute praise belongs to Allah The Most High, Al Wall, Al malwa ,The One Who created and gave life and has ruled that His creation shall die and perish before Resurrection in the abode of recompense for every matter to be judged over and settled, so that every soul be recompensed for what they used to do.I deemed that it would be suitable to write a concise book that will act as a reminder to myself, and a righteous deed to put forth for me after I die regarding the reminders of death, the condition of those who have died, the event of gathering the creation on one plain, the Resurrection, Paradise, Hellfire and the trials and signs of the Final Hour. All of which I cited from the books of the highly regarded Muslim scholars and the trustworthy vanguards of this (Muslim) nation in accordance to its transmission and how it has reached me, as you will come to see insha Allah.