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wmamin
05-11-2009, 10:39 PM
Salaamun alaykum.

I have been studying the famous al-Ajrumiyyah by Abu Abdillahi Muhammad bin Muhammad bin Da’ud As-Sinhaji for a while now and recently I came across a full and accurate translation of the body of the text (matn) which includes a helpful introduction.

I've attached the translation to this thread and I hope that those wishing to study the Ajrumiyyah find it as useful as I have. I've also included the Arabic matn as well. My advice to anyone wishing to study this concise and easy to follow text is to have both documents printed out for comparison and study side-by-side.

Wassalam.

DesertSand
05-12-2009, 12:04 AM
There's also one that's translated by Ustaadh Amr, you might want to check that out too.

Abdul Muntaqim
05-12-2009, 03:32 PM
^^ Where can that be found?

DesertSand
05-12-2009, 08:38 PM
Here it is, post no. 5 is the updated version.

http://www.lisanularab.org/forums/showthread.php?t=485

abdul_ahad
04-02-2010, 11:18 AM
assalaamu alaikum W R W B

al-Ajrumiyyah in arabic can be downloaded as a pdf file at

http://www.baytulislam.org/Documents/arabic/ajrumiyyah/ajrumiyyah%20AR.pdf

wassalaam

abdul_ahad
04-02-2010, 03:00 PM
assalaamu alaikum W R W B

also the contents of al-Ajrumiyyah in an organized chart form

http://www.baytulislam.org/Documents/arabic/ajrumiyyah/AajooroomeeyahChartForm.pdf

wassalaam

Ayesha Nicole
07-06-2010, 07:31 PM
ASA . . . is this Arabic text available with all of the tashkeel, please? I know the pdf in post #6 has most, but not all tashkeel.

And it would be easier if it were also available in different format for beginners:

* Arabic text with tashkeel
* English translation/sharh
* WFW Arabic/English translation to learn the vocabulary in context
* Sound clips of Arabic

JAK. ASA.

Salaamun alaykum.

I have been studying the famous al-Ajrumiyyah by Abu Abdillahi Muhammad bin Muhammad bin Da’ud As-Sinhaji for a while now and recently I came across a full and accurate translation of the body of the text (matn) which includes a helpful introduction.

I've attached the translation to this thread and I hope that those wishing to study the Ajrumiyyah find it as useful as I have. I've also included the Arabic matn as well. My advice to anyone wishing to study this concise and easy to follow text is to have both documents printed out for comparison and study side-by-side.

Wassalam.

Ibn Saeed
07-12-2010, 12:55 PM
ASA . . . is this Arabic text available with all of the tashkeel, please? I know the pdf in post #6 has most, but not all tashkeel.

And it would be easier if it were also available in different format for beginners:

* Arabic text with tashkeel
* English translation/sharh
* WFW Arabic/English translation to learn the vocabulary in context
* Sound clips of Arabic

JAK. ASA.

Assalamaualiakaum

I have the book with all the tashkeels, it is the Sharh by Shiekh Uthaimeen. Its printed in UAE.

Check the sample here:
http://bookreviewsbyabooimraan.blogspot.com/2007/02/book-review-various-shurooh.html

Check the image of the inside of the book, though the book at the above link is from a different publisher, but the tashkeels are there.

skprincess
11-12-2012, 03:36 PM
assalaamu alaikum W R W B

also the contents of al-Ajrumiyyah in an organized chart form

http://www.baytulislam.org/Documents/arabic/ajrumiyyah/AajooroomeeyahChartForm.pdf

wassalaam

this is awesome ...really really easy one