Shamsul-hasan Shams Barelvi
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Shamsul-hasan Shams Barelvi (b. Bareilly, British India, 1917 d. Karachi 12 March 1997) was a Pakistani Islamic scholar and a prolific translator of classical Islamic texts from Persian and Arabic into Urdu. He was the professor of Persian and Arabic at Manzar-e-Islam in Bareilly, prior to his migration to Karachi, Pakistan. He also wrote Nizam-e-Mustufa, a treatise on the economic and cultural aspects of the prophets of Islam.
He lived and died in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan where he migrated from British India. The later years of his life were plagued by health problems. He had nine children in various countries and his wife died before him. He received the Sitara-i-Imtiaz for his academic work in 1995. He also received the literary award Hilal-e-Quaid-i-Azam.
- Nizam-e-Mustufa (LCCN 88-931463)
- Aʻlā Ḥaz̤rat Imām Ahl-i Sunnat Maulānā Shāh Ḥāfiz Aḥmad Raz̤ā K̲h̲ān̲ Raz̤ā ke naʻtiyah kalām kā taḥqīqī aur adabī jāʾizah (LCCN 77-930773)
- Imām Aḥmad Raz̤ā kī ḥāshiyah nigārī/jāʼizah nigār (translation ) by Ahmad Raza Khan (LCCN 85-930203)
- Avarif al-Ma'arif (translation) by Abu Hafs Umar al-Suhrawardi