The adequacy of the preservation of the explanation of the reference in the science of the wording of the words, the Sheikh Ali bin Ali al-Azi famous (Mukhlati), died a year (1277 e)

  • Hashim Mohammed Tayawi Saladin Education Directorate

Abstract

Writing is the very first thing used by human to get rid of the illiteracy; as well as it is used to acquire the religious and noetic sciences. It is one of the noblest crafts, which produces a decent impact on the writers; additionally, the holy book of Quran was numbered by it.
This is a thesis of Sheikh Ali Bin Ali AluzziAlmukhalalati (died 1277 H.), in which he tackled the rules of the regular dictation, as well as some of the Ottoman calligraphy rules. He combined between theorizing and practicing in his thesis; it was titled: (KifaiatAlhufazLisharhIsharat Al-alhaz Fi Elm Ma Yoursam Min Al-alfaz). It was meant to give an explanation of Arjosh of (Isharat Al-alhaz Fi Elm Ma Yoursam Min Al-alfaz) of Al-damaliji (died 1234 H).
As a researcher, the following are some of what led me to investigate the above-mentioned thesis:
Defining Sheikh Ali Bin Ali AluzziAlmukhalalati, probing his works in Arabic; as he is not well-known for most of Arabic students.
Highlighting a new style of the rules of the regular dictation, as well as some of Ottoman calligraphy rules of what had been differed over in opinions. However, this new style is one of the very few styles that had been researched about in the contemporary period.
Sheikh Ali never missed to note about some implied and nice issues, nor presenting the benefit within some books and notes; providing his thorough explanation of Arjosh.

Published
Mar 30, 2019
How to Cite
TAYAWI, Hashim Mohammed. The adequacy of the preservation of the explanation of the reference in the science of the wording of the words, the Sheikh Ali bin Ali al-Azi famous (Mukhlati), died a year (1277 e). Journal of Al-Frahedis Arts | مجلة آداب الفراهيدي, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 32, p. 179-234, mar. 2019. ISSN 2663-8118. Available at: <http://jaa.tu.edu.iq/index.php/art/article/view/228>. Date accessed: 20 oct. 2021. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.25130/art.v1i32.228.