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Uzbekistan: a land multifarious geniuses. ABU HAFS UMAR AN-NASAFI (Part 5)

“Kitab al-qand” by Abu Hafs an-Nasafi Up to the beginning of the 20th century, “Kitab al-qand” by Abu Hafs an-Nasafi was considered to have been lost in the course of time. Its discovery was good news in the field of studies of the history of our country, especially the history …

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Uzbekistan: a land multifarious geniuses. ABU HAFS UMAR AN-NASAFI (Part 4)

In 1113-1114, on the way to pilgrimage to Hajj, Abu Hafs an-Nasafi visited Baghdad, attended the lessons of the local sheikhs and listened to their Hadiths. During his stay in this city, he copied a number of Hadiths from Abu-l-Qasim ibn Bayan in Amir Khumar-Tegin ibn Abdullah madrasah. An expert …

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Uzbekistan: a land multifarious geniuses. ABU HAFS UMAR AN-NASAFI (Part 3)

Abu Hafs an-Nasafi’s contribution to the science of Hadiths It is true that Abu Hafs an-Nasafi was one of the leading scholars and estimated experts in the science of Hadiths. He atten­ded and took an active part in the lessons on Hadiths delivered by leading specialists in this field. As …

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Uzbekistan: a land multifarious geniuses. ABU HAFS UMAR AN-NASAFI (Part 2)

Having spent his youth in Nasaf, at the beginning of the 12 century, Abu Hafs an-Nasafi took his way to Samarkand and spe the main creative part of his life there. In 1113-1114, he made pilgrimage through Baghdad to Holy Mecca for hajj. His visit Mecca took a year and …

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FROM THE HISTORY OF ACTIVITIES OF JADIDS

Saidrasul Saidazizov (1866 – 1933) Saidrasul Saidazizov was born in 1866 in Tashkent. His father Saidazizhoja was one of the educated men of his time and created all the conditions for his son’s education. In the beginning Saidrasul Saidazizov read mahalla’s primitive school. From 1880, he continued his studies at …

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Uzbekistan: a land multifarious geniuses. ABU HAFS UMAR AN-NASAFI (1068-1141)

An encyclopaedic scholar of the Middle Ages Abu Hafs an Nasafi was actively engaged in different branches of science. The number of the scientific works he created exceeds a hundred. As “Al-aqaid” written by him is well known in the Islamic world, th interest to this work in Europe grew …

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Uzbekistan: a land multifarious geniuses. ABU ZAYD DABUSI (Part 2)

The most important scientific works written by Abu Zayd Dabusi are as follows: “Taqvimu-l-adilla”. There are four important works of the .uithor devoted to “usul” (style) and “khilaf” (comparative law). They are: “Taqvimu-l-adilla fi usuli-l-fiqh”; “Ta’sisu-n-nazar”; “Kitabu-l-asrar fi-l-usul va-l-furu”; “At-Ta’liqa”. “Taqvimu-l-adilla” has its own place among the other books. Consisting …

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Uzbekistan: a land multifarious geniuses. ABU ZAYD DABUSI (978-1039)

Having studied law on Iraqi direction from Muhammad ibn Hasan Shaybani,the classical follower and disciple of Abu Hanifa, the lawyer Abu Hafs Kabir (768-832) returned to his native country, made the ancient Bukhara a centre of legal studies and prepared a number of students in law. Having studied law under …

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Uzbekistan: a land multifarious geniuses. AL-HAKIM AS-SAMARQANDI (Part 2)

The main creative work written by al-Hakim as-Samarqandi is, of course, his book “As-savad al-a’zam” which reflects the viewpoints of the Hanafian order in Islam at the crossroads of the 9th-10lh centuries in Maveraunnahr. The problems discussed in this book are not only limited with the common problems of Islam. …

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Uzbekistan: a land multifarious geniuses. AL-HAKIM AS-SAMARQANDI (Died in 953)

The full name of the scholar known as Sheikh ul-Islam al-Hakim as-Samarqandi was Abu-l-Qasim Is’haq ibn Muhammad ibn Ismail ibn Ibrahim ibn Zayd al-Hakim as-Samarqandi. He was a famous expert in the sciences of Hadiths, law and kalam. He was also known as a vaiz in the Islamic world. In …

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