Item #B4473 14 Important Hadiths Selected and Translated Into Persian from Bihār al Anwār. Seyyed Mohammad Bagher Ibn Mohammad Taghi Moussavi Esfahani, 1260 A. H./1843.
14 Important Hadiths Selected and Translated Into Persian from Bihār al Anwār

14 Important Hadiths Selected and Translated Into Persian from Bihār al Anwār

Iran: c.1830. Binding: Recent full cream vellum. Covers with gilt ruling. Spine in five compartments. Label on two with gilt title. 104 leaves. 13 lines per page, cream paper, script in naskh, occasional red underlining. , Notes: Text in Farsi. Shi’a theological work. Through examination of these 14 hadiths, the author, an early 19th century Shi’a scholar, argues that there have been references and foretellings from the Twelve Imams regarding the establishment of the Saffavid dynasty, as they were instrumental in establishing Shi’a as the official religion of Iran.
The Safavid dynasty (from 1501-1722, with a brief restoration from 1729-1736) was one of the most significant ruling dynasties of Iran. They ruled one of the greatest Persian empires after the Muslim conquest of Persia and established the Twelver school of Shi\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'a Islam as the official religion of their empire, marking one of the most important turning points in Islamic history.
Bihār al Anwār is a comprehensive collection of traditions (ahadith) compiled by the Shi\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'i scholar Mulla Muhammad Baqir, known as \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Allama Majlisi (d. 1110/1698). The collection is the most comprehensive (as a single collection) and one of the most important among all Islamic hadith collections. The author collected narrations related from the Prophet Muhammad, along with statements by Fatima (the daughter of Muhammad) and the Shi\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'i Imams, using both Shi\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'i and Sunni sources.
, Size: 12mo (148x101mm), Category: Book Asia Middle East Iran; Book Religious Islam; Book Manuscript. Very good condition. Text is clean. Item #B4473

Binding: Recent full cream vellum. Covers with gilt ruling. Spine in five compartments. Label on two with gilt title. 104 leaves. 13 lines per page, cream paper, script in naskh, occasional red underlining. , Notes: Text in Farsi. Shi’a theological work. Through examination of these 14 hadiths, the author, an early 19th century Shi’a scholar, argues that there have been references and foretellings from the Twelve Imams regarding the establishment of the Saffavid dynasty, as they were instrumental in establishing Shi’a as the official religion of Iran.
The Safavid dynasty (from 1501-1722, with a brief restoration from 1729-1736) was one of the most significant ruling dynasties of Iran. They ruled one of the greatest Persian empires after the Muslim conquest of Persia and established the Twelver school of Shi\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'a Islam as the official religion of their empire, marking one of the most important turning points in Islamic history.
Bihār al Anwār is a comprehensive collection of traditions (ahadith) compiled by the Shi\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'i scholar Mulla Muhammad Baqir, known as \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Allama Majlisi (d. 1110/1698). The collection is the most comprehensive (as a single collection) and one of the most important among all Islamic hadith collections. The author collected narrations related from the Prophet Muhammad, along with statements by Fatima (the daughter of Muhammad) and the Shi\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'i Imams, using both Shi\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'i and Sunni sources.
, Size: 12mo (148x101mm), Category: Book Asia Middle East Iran; Book Religious Islam; Book Manuscript.

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