Imam al-Marghinani's (r.a.) al-Hidayah

بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ

In the 12th century, Shaykh al-Islam Imam Burhan al-Din al-Farghani al-Marghinani (r.a.) wrote a 60-volume work on Hanafi fiqh.  After realising it would be too much for a person to read through, Imam al-Marghinani (r.a.) condensed it into the 4-volume work, al-Hidayah fi Sharh Bidayat al-Mubtadi, commonly known simply as al-Hidayahal-Hidayah is the book of Hanafi fiqh, and no scholar of Hanafi jurisprudence is reliable unless he has read this book.  Imam al-Marghinani (r.a.) himself was one of the greatest scholars of jurisprudence in Islam, a light upon the ummah, and a giant of this field.


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