Islam Ka Ahkam Wa Adaab (Urdu Language)
Author: Abu Zikriya Yahya
Size: 8.5 x 5.7 x 0.7 inch
Publication Year: 2007
About This Book:
An Arabic term that has several implications, akham (plural of ukm, "rulings") has significance in Islamic terminology. The word hukm is used all over the Quran to refer to God's will, authority, arbitration. In the context of conduct, adab (Arabic: ) refers to the rules of Islamic etiquette, characterised by "refinement, good manners, morals, decorum, decency, and humaneness." Al-Adab can be translated as "decency, morals" in Arabic. This Book talk about the akham or will of GOD and also about the rules of islam about our daily life.
About The Author:
Al-Nawaw, commonly known as Imam Nawaw, was a Sunni Shafi'ite jurist and hadith scholar he lived from October 1230 to December 1277. His Arabic name is Ab Zakariyy Ya'y ibn Sharaf. Al-Nawawi died suddenly at a relatively young age of 45.Despite this, he created a large number of comprehensive books that are still read nowadays, such as hadith, theology, histories, and works of law.