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Some works which have collected references for Nahj al-balagha are listed below: Istinad Nahj al-balagha by 'Alikhan 'Arshi, translation and marginal notes by Murteza Ayatullah zadih Shirazi.
Masadir Nahj al-balagha wa asanidah by Sayyid Abd al-Zahra al-Husayni al-Khatib Mustadraks Supplements Since Nahj al-balagha is just a selection of Imam 'Ali a 's sayings not all of them; therefore, some researchers tried to collect all of them. Abi Talib a , researched and completed by Sadiq al-Musawi, raised to prove the authenticity of Muhammad 'Assaf's book; referenced and corrected by Farid al-Sayyid.
Nahj al-sa'adah fi mustadrak Nahj al-balagha, chapter of sermons and sayings, written by Muhammad Baqir al-Mahmudi, corrected by Aziz Al Talib. Mastadrak Nahj al-balagha…, al-Hadi Kashif al-Ghita. Studying sermons and treatises of Arab men of literature and poets after Islam, a researchers can see that very few of them have not benefited from Imam 'Ali a 's words. Muhammad, the last caliph of Marwan rule. They say that writing skill [in Arabic] begins with him.
Sermon , In this sermon Ali praises Allah and talks about the ways of life. Sermon , This sermon is said to have been delivered during a period of severe drought.
In it Ali prays to God for rain. Sermon , Ali advises people to spend their wealth in good causes. Sermon , Ali praises his loyal and faithful companions. Sermon , A sermon to those people that claimed to be true supporters of Ali, but whenever were needed during war, would cowardly back down.
Sermon , Reminds people that the Ahl al-Bayt are the true guardians of Islam. Sermon , A sermon directed to the Kharijites. Sermon , Part of a sermon delivered on a battlefield containing advice to strong and brave people to help the weak and nervous. Sermon , Instructions to his soldiers, some consider this part of the previous sermon.
Sermon , A sermon considering the arbitration at the Battle of Siffin, which led to the creation of the Kharijites sect. Sermon , When Ali started distributing the Baytul Mal or Public Treasury to all Muslims irrespective of race and status, the rich felt that Ali's caliphate was more sympathetic to the poor. The rich and wealthy decided to send a delegation to Ali to protest. At this occasion Ali delivered this sermon. Sermon , This sermon was delivered when Ali found out that the Kharijites were massacring Muslims simply because they had different views.
Sermon , A sermon commenting on worldly activities. Sermon , Part of a sermon believed to be delivered when Ali went to see Abu Dharr al-Ghifari , a companion of Muhammad who was forced into exile by Uthman Ibn Affan. Sermon , An advice to the people of Kufa who had gathered around Ali. Sermon , A sermon on death and how to be prepared for it. Sermon , Thought to be a portion of a very long sermon, containing attributes to Allah, Muhammad ibn Abdullah and the Qur'an. This sermon was the reply of Ali.
In the sermon Ali gives the second Caliph permission to appoint an experienced officer but not to head the invasion himself. In this sermon Ali criticizes Mughira, "By Allah!
The Lord will never grant victory to those whom you support the third Sunni caliph. Sermon , A sermon about the Mahdi and the Dajjal. Ali told the Caliph not to lead the army himself but rather appoint someone else to lead the army. Sermon , to be edited Letters[ edit ] Nahj al Balagha also contains a collection of 79 letters, including letters to Muawiyah I. The following is a short summary to each letter, relevant quotes have been used out of the original letters.
Letter 4, A Letter to one of the commanders of his army. Letter 5, A letter to Ash'ath ibn Qays. Letter 7, Muawiyah I had been sending Ali letters giving him hypocritical advice and falsely accusing him. Letter 7 was reply to Muawiya's false accusations on Ali. Some delay occurred in Jarir's return which made Ali worried about his safety. Ali wrote this letter to Jarir, in this letter he told Jarir to force Muawiyah I to reply to Ali's previous letter giving a final answer; Peace in which case Muawiyah I would have to swear oath of allegiance to Ali or War.
In it Ali mentions that he has no comparison with Muawiyah; "In Islam there is no rank, no honour, no position and no merit for him as it is for me". Letter 10, Ali reminds Muawiyah I that all his wealth is only in this World and would not help in the hereafter; "The possessions, the riches and the luxuries that you have surrounded yourself with, belong to this World …".
Letter 11, Instructions to his marshal when Ali sent to a battle. In it Ali tells them what to do before and during the battle. Letter 12, Instructions to an expedition of soldiers, who were sent to fight against the Syrians.
Letter 13, Instructions to two of his commanders, in it he tells his commanders that he has appointed Malik ibn Harith as the Chief of Staff and they must follow his orders.
Letter 14, At the Battle of Siffin Ali gave instruction in Letter 14 to his soldiers before the battle began. Letter 15, This letter has the words in which Ali used to invoke Allah whenever he faced an enemy. Letter 16, This letter has the words in which Ali used to advise his followers during a battle. Abdullah was appointed as 'acting governor' of Basra, he was accused of ill treating the Banu Tamim clan.
Ali wrote this letter to Ibn Abbas, to treat them equally. Letter 19, A letter to one of his governors. In it Ali tells about the ways of divine rule. It shows how Ali was training Muslims to behave tolerantly towards other religions, how a minority was to be treated and what should those who hold a different creed, expect of a Muslim ruler. Letter 20, By ibn Abbas, Ziyad was appointed commissioner of Basra. He was totally corrupt and was therefore dismissed by Ali.
At the time of Ziyad's birth he was branded as illegitimate as no one claimed to be his father. He was known as "His Father's son" a nickname given to him by Aisha. Later on Muawiyah I, in order to get support from Ziyad, claimed that Ziyad was his half-brother, thus Abu Sufyan's illegal son.
Because of this Ziyad became a staunch ally of Muawiyah I. Ali wrote this letter to Ziyad when he was still commissioner of Basra. Letter 21, Another letter to Ziyad, in it Ali tells Ziyad the right way of living.
Letter 22, This letter was an advice to ibn Abbas. Ibn Abbas later reported that except the advice of Mohammad, no other advice had been more beneficial to him. Letter 23, Was a letter by Ali, to his family, shortly before he was martyred in Kufa. Letter 24, is Ali's will. It was written shortly after the Battle of Siffin. Letter 25, Directions to assessors and collectors of Zakat Letter 26, has instructions to Zakat collectors.
During the caliphate of Ali he was appointed Governor of Egypt. This Letter was sent to Muhammad by Ali, in it Ali instructs Muhammad how to govern in a fair and just way. Letter 28, is a famous reply of Ali to Muawiya's letters. Letter 29, A letter to the people of Basra.
Letter 30, A letter to Muawiyah I. In it Ali advises him how to lead a successful life. Letter 32, Another letter to Muawiyah I, "You have misguided the whole generation of men around you.
Having no faith in the truth of Islam you have led others to go astray. O Muawiya! Letter 34, A letter to Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr. Muhammad felt sad about this, when Ali found out about the sadness of Muhammad, he wrote letter 34 to him.
Letter 37, A short letter to Muawiyah I. How hopelessly you are engulfed in your inordinate and sinful desires. Letter 40, A letter to a commissioner of a province, it is unknown to whom this letter was addressed.
Letter 41, An unknown Governor of a province ran away with the public treasury. This letter is to the unknown Governor. When Ali found out about this he wrote this letter to Ziyad. Letter 45, Uthman ibn Hunayf was appointed Governor of Basra.
Once he attended a luxurious dinner given by a rich man of Basra. Ali wrote this letter regarding this matter. Letter 46, A letter to one of his Governors.
Letter 47, contains the words in which Ali advised his sons, Hasan and Husayn , shortly after being wounded by Abdur Rahman ibn Muljim , while offering the Fajr salat morning prayers. Letter 48, A letter to Muawiyah I. Letter 50, A circular to the chiefs of his army. Letter 51, A letter to the collectors of taxes and revenues. In it Ali tells the tax collectors that they have a huge responsibility, and they must carry out the duty sincerely and with fairness and justice.
In it Ali informs the timing of prayers.
The Asr prayers can be performed till the sun is still bright and enough time of the day is left for a person to cover a distance of six miles. The maghrib prayers should be performed when people open their fast and when Hajj pilgrims return from Arafat. And the time for Isha prayers is when the red glow of the evening twilight disappears from the west… The morning prayers are to be performed when there appears enough light of the dawn for a man to recognize the face of his companion.
Never say to yourself, "I am their lord, their ruler and all in all over them and that I must be obeyed submissively and humbly". Letter 54, A letter to Talhah and Al-Zubayr , "…both of you know very well that I did not approach the people to get the oath of allegiance but they came to me with their desire to make me their Amir ruler … And you to were among those who had flocked round me to swear the oath". Letter 55, A letter to Muawiya, "I swear, and my oath is such that I have no intention of breaking it, that if fate so arranges as to bring us face to face against each other than I shall not leave the battle field: Until Allah judges between us, and He is the best judge.
Mishah al-saliefn and its abridgement Mukhtasar Misbah al-salikin, and Minhaj al-'arifin, a commentary on Mi'at kalimah li-'Amir al-Mu'minin by al Jahiz.
Sharh by al-Hasan ibn Muhammad ibn al-Hasan al Saffati d. In later centuries, numerous commentaries were written in Arabic and Persian, details of which can be found in the Kitabnameh-yi Nahjul Balaghah and al-Tawhid English , vol.
In addition to these several other works were compiled with regard to the sources of the contents of Nahjul Balaghah in Arabic, Urdu and Persian, among which the following can be mentioned here: 1. Kitabnameh-yi Nahjul Balaghah by the above-mentioned author Sham. Barrasi-yi Nahj al-baldghah wa asnad-e an by Sayyid Jawad Mustafawi. Commentaries available in Arabic 1. Also translated into Persian and published twice. A number of translations and commentaries on the Imam's letter to Malik al-'Ashtar have been written in Persian which number around fifty, of which some were in verse.
The complete text of Nahjul Balaghah was also translated in verse many a time. In Arabic, too, the letter to Malik al-'Ashtar was commented upon by numerous scholars. Al-Khutbat al-Shiqshiqiyyah had been also attracting the attention of Arab commentators and Persian translators.