This article has multiple issues. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Known for its eloquent content, it is considered a masterpiece of literature in Shi’i Islam. There is content in Abdul hameed adam poetry books pdf free download al-Balagha whose authenticity can be debated.
The Shi’i do not give it the same status as Sahih books in the schools of Ahlul Sunnah. Nahj al Balagha is a collection of 241 sermons, 79 letters, and 489 utterances. Universe and the arrival of Imam al-Mahdi. Instead, only segments deemed to possess greater literary value are included.
Ali’s extant speeches, sermons, decrees, epistles, prayers, and sayings that are found in Nahj al-Balagha. Until then the sermons had been transmitted orally, between the generations and the wording was therefore open to change and misinterpretation. There is no chain of narration. Ali gave a detailed reply, a selection from which is hereunder: Woe to you. If it were so, there would have been no question of reward or chastisement and there would have been no sense in Allah’s promises or warnings. He has placed easy obligations on them and has not put heavy obligations.
He is disobeyed, not because He is overpowered. He is obeyed but not under force. He did not send down the Book for the people without purpose. He did not create the skies, the earth and all that is in between them in vain. Egypt, published a commentary on the book in Egypt. 13, page 225, printed in Egypt.
Akhbar-ul-Hukama of Ibn-ul-Quftee page 192 printed in Egypt. Oyoonul-Ambia of Ibn-e-Abi-Sabee’a page 25, printed in Egypt. Quazi of Baghdad Shaikh Quewaam-ud-din. His commentary has been printed very often and forms a part of the university course in Cairo and Beirut. Mohammed Mohiuddin Abdul Hameed, Professor of Lexicology of Alazhur University. His book was printed at Isthequamuth-e-Misr Press, Cairo.
During the third century five famous men took up this work. Abu Oosman Omero-ibn-Bahr-ul-Jahiz, who died in 255 A. Ibne-Quateeba-e-Daynoori, who died in 276 A. O’ Yoon-ul-Akhbar and Ghareeb-ul-Hadees quoted many sermons and discussed meanings of many words and phrases purportedly used by Ali. Ibne Wazeh-e-Yaquoobee, who died in 278 A. Akhbar-e-Tawal quoted many sermons and sayings. Kitab-ul-Mobard collected many sermons and letters.