The Light of Islam


Movarounnahr is a place of scholars who have made a significant contribution to the development of Islamic sciences. The works of Islamic doctrines, rights and morals, written by scholars from this country, are popular not only in the Muslim world, but throughout the world. Examples include works stored in libraries around the world and recognized as rare manuscript sources.

One of such scholars is Abul Qasim Nasiruddin Samarkand. He lived in Samarkand in the 11th and 12th centuries, and studied Islamic sciences, in particular the Quranic sciences, doctrines, jurisprudence, ethics, history and lexicon, and contributed greatly to the development of science in Movarounnahr. The works of «al-Fiqh an-nofe’» are among the most important sources of Hanafi jurisprudence. This work is known as the science of fiqh and has been recognized by many scholars with commentary and commentary on it.

There are more than 30 manuscripts in the world’s libraries today. For this reason, the history of the writing of «al- Fiqh an-nofe’«, its structure, its manuscript copies, their source studies, and their specific features are researched and compared with historical sources.