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Seerat e Ummul Momineen Aisha [r. Notify me of new posts via email. In spite of this, the figure of 30 years is not reached. On the basis of the unseen knowledge of the Holy Prophet S he knew all that was to occur till Judgment Day. Agr mukhtalif trh ki jankari ek jagah chahiya to is kitab ko padho. Now the readers may haiqan that Taftazani says the Caliphate of Abu Bakr was only two years.
Then in order to complete the figure, scholars include the short Caliphate of Imam Hasan a.
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But there is a great divergence from the view of Taftazani regarding the period of Caliphate of Ali a. If it had really been authentic, the period would have definitely reached 30 years. So how could he not know the duration of Caliphate? Skip to main content.
Abu Bakr for two years, Umar for ten years, Uthman 12 years and Ali a. Also the view of Taftazani, that the Caliphate of Ali a. Then in Seeratul Muhammadiya 5 it is given as two years, three months and 4 or 5 nights.
Please assist thank you. From this aspect the figure of 30 is reached easily. None of the books mention it to be 6 years. Similarly, in Tarikh Abul Fida 4 it is given as two years, three months and ten days.
But this also seems incorrect, because his control on Islamic lands had ceased to exist. Ye book lazmi parni chahey.
Thus, the view of Taftazani is incorrect. I hope to see more translation of the great Muslim work. You have done what the Arabs with their riyals are not interested in translating great book from the Islamic world. Thus, the period of 30 years can never be made to fit Caliphate.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your WordPress. While in Seeratul Muhammadiya it was 10 years, 7 months and 5 nights, in Abul Fida 6 and Hayatul Haiwan this period is 10 years, 6 months and 8 days or 5 nights.
But some have written 11 years, 11 months and 14 days. You have done what an immense work, may Allah reward you here and the next world. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Bahut Shukria keh apne aisi nayab kitabain bhi rakhhi hain jazakumullah. May Allah support you in this great and un parelleled job. Some have written, 13 nights instead of jayatul nights. Jazakallah, Aap se guzarish hai k Hazrat Thanvi R.
Musalman bhai, Hindi me kaha maujood hai.??? Sir this is great job done I am extremely grateful it helped so much.
According to the writer, this tradition itself seems baseless. Taftazani says it was 6 years but on page of Seeratul Muhammadiya, it is 4 years, 4 months and in Hayatul Haiwan it is 4 years and 9 months. You are commenting using your Facebook account. A tradition of Safina is hhaiwan in Tirmidhi 1 haiean according to the Holy Prophet SCaliphate is only for thirty years, and after that, there is kingship.
This control had passed into the hands of Muawiyah.
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According to Taftazani, the Caliphate of Umar was 10 years. Some have calculated the period of Caliphate of Imam Ali a.
Author of Sharhe Maqasid, Allamah Taftazani says: A tradition like this is also seen in Sunan Abi Dawood. Notify me of new comments via email. Email required Address never made public. Its a great service you people are doing. The conclusion of all this calculation is the Caliphate of all these four Caliphs together does not add up to 30 years.
Volume 1 Volume 2. Thus, this tradition is a fabricated one. Sharhe Fiqhe Akbar also indicates that the period of Caliphate is thirty years.