Saturday, 8 September 2012

Ibtidai Deeni Nisab

Ibtidai Deeni Nisab (ابتدائی دینی نصاب)


Masaib-o-Pareshani-Ka-Aasan-Hal (مصائب و پریشانی کا آسان حل)

Islami Asbaaq (اسلامی اسباق)

Islami Asbaaq (اسلامی اسباق)

Ahkaam-e-zakaat (احکام زکوٰۃ)

Ahkaam-e-zakaat (احکام زکوٰۃ)

Waqiyat Padhiye Aur Ebrat Leejiye (واقعات پڑھئے اور عبرت لیجئے)

Waqiyat Padhiye Aur Ebrat Leejiye

 (واقعات پڑھئے اور عبرت لیجئے)

A Word-for-Word Meaning of the Qur’an

A Word-for-Word Meaning of the Qur’an – Mohar Ali-
*a must have for all Quran students!*
This 3 Volumes Book gives you indepth definitions to Qur’an words, while having the Qur’anic text right next to its side on the same page. This way you can recite Qur’an whilst looking at the meaning of words indepth right besides it!

Arabic-English Dictionary of Qur’anic Usage

Arabic-English Dictionary of Qur’anic Usage 

Anwar ul Bayan fi Hall e Lughat il Qur’an by Ali Muhammad – Urdu

Anwar ul Bayan fi Hall e Lughat il Qur’an by Ali Muhammad – Urdu

The 4 volume Urdu book of about 3091 pages gives grammatical and vocabulary notes on Qur’anic words, along with translation and explanation. An important book for serious students.

Volume 1 (28.9 MB, 758 pages)  

Volume 2 (64 MB, 723 pages) 

Volume 3 (46.7 MB, 732 pages)

Volume 4 (50.9 MB, 878 pages) 

Lughaat ul Qur’an by Abdur Rasheed Naumani – Urdu

Lughaat ul Qur’an by Abdur Rasheed Naumani – Urdu

Arabic-Urdu Dictionary of Qur’anic Words of about 2190  pages in 6  volumes. gives meanings and explanations of the words along with brief grammatical information. For example, it explains the word zann (root zuay nuun nuun) and some related words on 9 pages quoting alot of important explanations and opinions on the word. Dictionary is arranged according to words instead of roots.

Volume 1 (9.23 MB , 333 pages)

Volume 2 (9.72 MB , 333 pages)

Volume 3 (9.16 MB , 307 pages)

Volume 4 (11.2 MB , 387 pages)

Volume 5 (15.2 MB , 499 pages)

Volume 6 (10 MB , 331 pages)

Taj ul Uroos min Jawahir il Qamoos by Az Zubaydi – Arabic

Taj ul Uroos min Jawahir il Qamoos by Az Zubaydi – Arabic

Taj ul Uroos, completed by about 1768 C.E is a compilation from the best and most copious of the preceding Arabic lexicons and other lexicological works. It was derived using Lisan ul Arab and more than 100 other works. Lane said in his Arabic English Lexicon, “I found, from the portion before me, that it would of itself alone suffice to supply the means of comprising an Arabic Lexicon far more accurate and perspicuous, and incomparably more copious, than any hitherto published in Europe.” 

Total Size = 389 MB. 
Total pages = 21803, 
Total PDF files = 44, 
Total Volumes = 40

Most of the below PDFs are about 10 MB in size and contain more than 500 pages usually. The ones with p mentioned in the end are smaller files of initial introductory pages from the same volume. Download all in single folder as PDFs are linked and can be used to access other PDFs directly. 

Cover ,   Volume 1p ,   Volume 1 ,   Volume 2 , 
Volume 3p ,   Volume 3 ,   Volume 4 ,   Volume 5 , 
Volume 6 ,   Volume 7 ,   Volume 8 ,   Volume 9 , 
Volume 10 ,   Volume 11 ,   Volume 12 ,   Volume 13 , 
Volume 14 ,   Volume 15 ,   Volume 16 ,   Volume 17 , 
Volume 18 ,   Volume 19 ,   Volume 20 ,   Volume 21 , 
Volume 22 ,   Volume 23 ,   Volume 24 ,   Volume 25 , 
Volume 26 ,   Volume 27 ,   Volume 28 ,   Volume 29 , 
Volume 30p ,   Volume 30 ,   Volume 31 ,   Volume 32 , 
Volume 33 ,   Volume 34 ,   Volume 35 ,   Volume 36 , 
Volume 37 ,   Volume 38 ,   Volume 39 ,   Volume 40 . 

Mutaraadifaat ul Qur’an - Urdu

Lisan ul Arab by Ibn e Manzoor – Arabic

Lisan ul Arab by Ibn e Manzoor – Arabic

Among the best-known and most comprehensive dictionaries of the Arabic language. Ibn e Manzoor compiled his book from the material found in 5 books mainly : Tahdhib al-Lughah by al-Azhari, al-Muhkam by Ibn Sidah, as-Sihaah by al-Jawhari, Hashiyyat as-Sihaah by Ibn Barri, and an-Nahayyah by Ibn al-Athir. He also used material from Jamharat al-Lughah by Ibn Durayd, but doesn’t mention it in his introduction. He cites Qur’an, Hadith, and prose of poetry in explaining the words. He has also rewritten information from some books in a more sequenced manner. Lane indicated that Taj ul Uroos which was his main source for his Arabic English Lexicon was mainly derived from Lisan ul Arab.


 Lisan ul Arab (216 MB, 4980 pages) 

Friday, 7 September 2012