Sublime Etiquettes And Mannerisms of Nabi
This brief work is a portion of Imam Ghazali's Ihya 'Ulum al-Din. It deals with the sublime character, features, mannerisms and miracles of the Prophet (peace and blessing upon him).
In the original work, the hadiths quoted therein were not referenced, nor the chain of narrators quoted.
This book was rendered into Urdu by Mufti Muhammad Shafi' 'Uthmani, former Grand-Mufti of Pakistan, as 'Adab al-Nabi (sallallahu 'alayhi wasallam). This was published along with Hafidh Zayn al-Din al-'Iraqi's verification of all the hadiths quoted therein.
About Mufti Muhammad Shafi
The Late Mufti-e-Azam of Pakistan Mufti Muhammad Shafi was born in 1314/1896, graduated in AH 1336 at the age of 22 years. He had from the very beginning a natural affinity with Fiqh and Literature.
In 1350/1922 he was appointed to the Mufti's post. In 1368/1949 he went away to Pakistan, where, as a member of the Board of Islamic Teachings in the Constituent Assembly, he helped in compiling the Islamic constitution.
In 1951 he established a seminary under the name Darul Uloom at Karachi, which is now an important and great centre of Islamic learning there.
He is an author of many books on Tafsir, Hadith, Fiqh numbering almost 200.
Mufti Muhammad, during his tenure of office nearly 26,000 fatwas were written.