Bahishti Zewar is a volume of Islamic beliefs and practices written by Mawlānā Ashraf Ali It was originally written in the Urdu language but has been translated into a host of other languages including English. Barbara Daly Metcalf’s Bahishti Zewar (translated as Heavenly Ornaments), was written by Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi. Rahmatullahe Alaihe. is a 8 volume comprehensive handbook of. Bahishti Zewar has already been translated into English in India and these translations are quite easily available. However, the main draw-back for.
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Bahishti Zewar (English)
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Apparently, Zam Zam Publishers’ copy and translation are of better quality, while Darul Ishaat’s edition is actually referenced. The Zam Zam print is of better quality but lacks any sort of reference, whilst the Darul Isha’at print is well referenced but is of poorer quality. That might not be what some are looking for. I remember reading a copy of Bahisti Zewar at one brother’s house in Canada and, although the quality wasn’t as good as zam zam, the book did have references from classical Hanafi fiqh sources.
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It was a while ago so I don’t remember the publisher. It may have been from Darul Ishat Call the bookstore from the Buffalo Madrasah.
They may have the one you’re looking for. The link in your first post is the zam zam publisher edition.
You could also order it from here: Or the male version, egnlish by a South African Alim here: Does this claim have any basis? Does anyone else have a copy of this book by Darul Ishaat? I would greatly appreciate your experiences regarding the quality.
As-salamu alaykum, I apologise for reviving an old thread, but I just wanted to reply to the last question: I have had both the ZamZam and the Darul Isha’at versions.
I presently only have the latter, as I gave the ZamZam away as a gift.
The ZamZam print is somewhat better and the cover is much nicer the ZamZam version I had was in leather binding with gold letters whereas the Darul Isha’at one is not I haven’t seen the “male version” mentioned, but from the two Zeaar had I would definitely recommend the Darul Isha’at version unless you just want it to look pretty on the shelf.
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