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Mizan (English: balance; scale, Urdu: ميزان‎) is a comprehensive treatise on the contents of Islam, written by Javed Ahmad Ghamidi, a Pakistani Islamic scholar. It is published in Urdu by Al-Mawrid Institute of Islamic Sciences. The book is also available in the form of different booklets. The book has also been published in English language in Renaissance Islamic Journal.


Published: Dar-ul-Ishraq, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2006

  • Sources of Islam [1]
    • Principles of understanding the Qur'an[2]
    • Principles of determining the Sunnah[3]
    • Principles of understanding the Hadith[4]


  • Framework of Islam [5]
  • Beliefs
    • The Basic Premise of Religion [6]
      • The Essence of Faith [7]
    • Belief in God: His Being [8]
      • Attributes of God [9]
      • The Dealings and Practices of God [10]
    • Belief in the Angels [11]
    • Belief in the Prophets [12]
      • Some Traits of the Prophets [13]
      • Some Issues pertaining to Prophethood [14]
    • Belief in Divine Books [15]
    • Belief in the Hearafter [16]
      • The Signs and Events of the Day of Judgement [17]
      • The Phases and Abodes of the Day of Judgement [18]
  • Morals and morality [19]

The Book

  • The Islamic law of worship rituals
  • The social law of Islam
    • Basic principle [34]
    • Matrimony, marriage rites and prerequisites [35]
    • Relations prohibited for marriage [36]
    • Pre-requisites of Nikah (Marriage)[37]
    • Rights and obligations of the spouses [38]
    • Polygamy [39]
    • Etiquette of sexual intimacy [40]
    • Eila and Zihar(ايلا و ظهار)
    • Divorce[41]
    • Directives relating to widows [42]
    • Norms of gender interaction [43]
    • Rights of parents [44]
    • Rights of orphans [45]
    • Slavery [46]

See also


External links

  • Complete Mizan (in Urdu)[47]
  • Complete Mizan (in English)[48]
  • Complete Al-Islam (condensed version of Mizan): Urdu[49], English[50]
  • Articles available on the internet written by Javed Ahmed Ghamidi.[51][52]
  • Books to download, written by Javed Ahmed Ghamidi.[53]
  • Books available at Worldcat, written by Javed Ahmed Ghamidi.[54]
  • The Law of Evidence by Javed Ghamidi
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