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Tazkiratul Huffaz: A Biographical Dictionary of the Memorizers of the Quran in Urdu


Tazkiratul Huffaz (تØÚØÛ ØÙØÙØØ) is a famous book by Imam al-Dhahabi (d. 748 AH), a renowned scholar of Islamic history and hadith. The book is a biographical dictionary of the memorizers of the Quran (huffaz) from the time of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) until the author's era. It contains information about their names, lineage, birth, death, teachers, students, works, virtues, and anecdotes.


The book was originally written in Arabic and has been translated into several languages, including Urdu. The Urdu translation was done by Muhammad Ishaq (d. 1981), a scholar and teacher of hadith at Darul Uloom Deoband. The translation was published by Islamic Publishing House, Lahore in 1981. It consists of two volumes and 530 pages.


The book is a valuable source of information for anyone interested in the history and preservation of the Quran. It also serves as an inspiration for Muslims to learn and memorize the Quran and follow the example of its noble bearers.


The book can be accessed online at Archive.org [^1^] or Rekhta.org [^2^].


Some of the notable huffaz mentioned in the book are:


Abu Bakr al-Siddiq (d. 13 AH), the first caliph and the most beloved companion of the Prophet (peace be upon him). He was the first to collect the Quran in one book after the death of the Prophet (peace be upon him).


Uthman ibn Affan (d. 35 AH), the third caliph and one of the ten companions promised paradise. He was the one who standardized the Quran and distributed its copies to different regions of the Muslim world.


Abdullah ibn Masud (d. 32 AH), one of the earliest converts to Islam and a master of recitation and interpretation of the Quran. He was one of the four companions who were authorized by the Prophet (peace be upon him) to teach the Quran.


Zaid ibn Thabit (d. 45 AH), one of the scribes of the Quran and the chief compiler of the Quran during the caliphate of Abu Bakr and Uthman. He was also a scholar of Arabic language and Jewish law.


Ibn Abbas (d. 68 AH), the cousin of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and one of the greatest commentators of the Quran. He was known as the "interpreter of the Quran" and the "ocean of knowledge".


The book also includes biographies of many female huffaz, such as Aisha (d. 58 AH), the wife of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and a scholar of hadith and fiqh; Hafsa (d. 45 AH), another wife of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and a keeper of the original copy of the Quran; Umm Waraqa (d. 12 AH), a companion who led her household in prayer and recited the Quran from memory; Fatima bint Qays (d. 50 AH), a companion who narrated many hadiths from the Prophet (peace be upon him) and his companions; and Maryam al-Asturlabiyya (d. 377 AH), a famous astronomer and mathematician who memorized the Quran at a young age. aa16f39245






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