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Default best book for Muslim law and Jurisprudence?

recommend me any best book which covers whole syllabus
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Muslim Law and Jurisprudence
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Muhammaden Jurisprudence by Sir Abdul Raheem & Muhammaden Law by D.F Mulla are the best books.
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DF Mulla is too technical and extremely boring. Aatir Rizvi - short and (over?)simple - makes a good combination with Abdur Rahim - detailed but interesting.

If you're a fan of Law, however, go for Aatir Rizvi and Mulla instead of Abdur Rahim. I personally have greater interest in Jurisprudence, so I prefer the former scheme to the latter

Disclaimer: I am preparing the subject right now but no expert by any means
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Aatir Rizvi's book is a great place to start Muslim Law. Read other books for specific details about topics later

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