A book translated into Tajik which mentions some prohibitions that people take too lightly. It also confirms that Allah showed us obligations which we are not permitted to ignore, limits which we are not permitted to transgress, and prohibitions which we are not allowed to violate.
A book translated into Tajik in which Sheikh Abdurrahman ibn Nasir as-Sadi emphasized that the brilliance of material civilization should not blind us from the reality of misery that humanity endures. As a result, he tried to uncover religious, realistic reasons and means to achieve the useful ways of having a happy life.
A book translated into Tajik contains the forty Prophetic hadiths that Imam Nawawi chose to be included in this book. Each hadith contains a great Islamic rule. All seekers of hereafter reward have to know and study these hadith, for they include important Islamic bases.
A book translated into Tajik explains and shows the creed of Ahl As-Sunnah wal Jamaah regarding believing in Allah, his names and attributes, his angels, his books, his messengers, last day, and the predestination based on the Islamic perspective.
A book in Tajik the following points: Pillars of Islam, fundamentals of Islamic faith, belief in Allah, His angels, His books, His messengers, the last day, and predestination from the Islamic perspective in addition to mentioning the objectives of the Islamic faith.
A book in Tajik explains the five pillars of Islam: The two testimonies, prayer, zakah, fasting, and pilgrimage. All of them are simply handled in detail concerning meaning, proofs, wisdom, and conditions.
A summarized book in Tajik which has a great benefit to the reader. It includes the basics and principles of Islamic Monotheism. It covers the following points about it: Characteristics and nullifiers. Each statement is supported by clear-cut proofs from the Quran and the Sunnah.
A book compiled by Imam Nawawi and translated into Tajik, who was a great scholar of hadith and Islamic jurisprudence of his time. It is one of the most widespread books of Islamic knowledge in the world. It contains the most important issues that Muslims need in daily life and acts of worship.
A book translated into Tajik answers 54 questions about the Islamic belief based on the Quran and Sunnah to reassure the reader about the answer authenticity, for the monotheism doctrine is the basis of one's happiness in this world and the world to come.
A book in Tajik in which the author shows the fundamentals principles that a Muslim has to know about Allah, Islam, and the Prophet Muhammad. He also shows the types of worship that Allah commanded in a brief and easy explanation.
A book translated into Tajik, originally written in Arabic by Dr. Haytham Sarhan, to provide us with a useful summary of the biography of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), and his attributes. It is indispensable for anyone who has the slightest desire to know his Prophet, biography, physical and ethical descriptions, kinship, and wives. The author made it in a beautiful way of tables and sections followed by questions and tests, all without disturbing abbreviation or boring lengthening.
A book translated into Tajik confirms that steadfastness in Islam is a basic requirement for every sincere Muslim who wants to follow the straight path with determination and understanding. As a matter of fact, the current societies in which Muslims live, types of temptation they painfully face, and whims, desires, doubts, and confusion from which they are suffering made Islam something strange. As a result, those adhering to Islam are like those adhering to a burning coal.