WORKS OF SPECIAL REFERENCE

The Holy Quran

 

Lugh’at-ul-Quran, 4 Volumes

Allama Ghulam Ahmad Parwez. Idara-e-Tolu-e-Islam 1960.

Islam-A Challenge to Religion

Allama Ghulam Ahmad Parwez. Idara-e-Tolu-e-Islam 1982.

Mat’alib-ul-Furq’an, 6 Volumes.

Allama Ghulam Ahmad Parwez. Idara-e-Tolu-e-Islam 1976

Tabweeb-ul-Quran 3 Volumes

Allama Ghulam Ahmad Parwez. Idara-e-Tolu-e-Islam 1976

OTHER WORKS OF REFERENCE

Al-Alf’az-ul-Mutradif’at

Ali Ibn-e-Isa ar-Ramani (D 384 H)

Al Ilmul Khif’aq fi Ilmul Ishtiq’aq

Nawab Siddique Hasan Khan. A magazine in which the basic qualities of the roots are explained

Anw’ar at-Tanzil wa Asrar-at-Tawil

Abd Allah ibn Umar al-Baidawi (D 685 H)

Encyclopaedia of Islam

 

Kit’ab al Qurtbani

Imam Ibn-e-Qutaiba (D 277 H)

Kit’ab-ul-Ishtiq’aq

Ibn-e-Dureed (D 321 H)

Lane

William Edward Lane, Arabic- English Lexicon - London.

Lat’aif-ul-Lugh’at

Ahmad bin Mustafa al-Bafedi

Manar

Muhammad Rashid Rida (Tafseer-al-Manar) Cairo 1367-72 H.

Al-Mufrad’at fi Ghar’aib-al-Quran

Abdul Qasim Hussain Ar-Raghib (D 503 H)

Muq’abis-ul-Lugh’at

Ibn-e-Faris - Six Volumes - printed in Egypt in 1952.

Moheet-ul-Moheet

Patras Bustani - Two Volumes - Beirut 1870.

Muntahil Arab

Arabic - Persian dictionary - Lahore 1925.

Q’amoos

Abu-t-Tahir Muhammad Ibn Yaqub Al-Q’amoos

Raghib

See Al-Mufrad’at fi Ghar’aib-al-Quran

Tafseer Al-Minar

Allama Muhammad Abdohu.

Taj-ul-Urus

Murtaza-az-Zabidi (D 1205)

Since this was compiled after Lis’anul Arab (by Ibn Mukarram or Ibn Manzoor) it contains all the essential details. It is in ten volumes. The first print was in 1306 H. Even Lane’s Lexicon is based on Taj-ul-Urus.