Ḥirz al-amānī wa-waǧh al-tahānī
al-Šāṭibī, al-Qāsim ibn Fīrruh, 1143‒1194
This book is a poem of 1173 verses, that illustrates Qurʾān recitations. It documents the rules of seven Qurʾān recitations out of the ten authentically adopted Qurʾān recitations. It was worldly perceived with well acceptance and massive concern. Muslim scholars were keen on explaining its content and symbols. Reciters have mostly regarded it as the base of learning Qurʾān recitations, therefore...
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