Muhammad Taqi Amuli
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|Full Name||Muhammad Taqi Amuli|
|Professors||Shaykh 'Abd al-Nabi Nuri, Mirza Hasan Kirmanshahi, Mirza Na'ini, Aqa Diya' 'Iraqi, and Sayyid Abu l-Hasan Isfahani|
|Works||Glosses on Manzuma, Glosses on Sharh Isharat,Glosses on al-Makasib,Commentary on 'Urwat al-Wuthqa|
Muḥammad Taqī Āmulī (Persian: محمدتقی آملی) (b. 1304/1887 - d. 1391/1971) was a Twelver faqih who educated under some great teachers like Mirza Na'ini, Aqa Diya' 'Iraqi, and Aqa Sayyid Abu l-Hasan Isfahani in Najaf, then he came back to Tehran and started teaching and researching there. He passed away in Tehran.
Family and Birth
He learned primary lessons from his father. Then, he educated under scholars such as Shaykh 'Abd al-Nabi Nuri and Mirza Hasan Kirmanshahi. In 1340/1992, he immigrated to Najaf. There, he took part in classes of great teachers such as Mirza Na'ini, Aqa Diya' 'Iraqi, and Sayyid Abu l-Hasan Isfahani.
Coming back to Tehran
Amuli came back to Tehran and began teaching and writing. He was a solitary faqih. He was not willing to accept leadership, and avoided to write the Risalah Amaliyya (Manual of Islamic law) until the end of his life. A group of erudite jurists were his students and cherished him.
- Commentary on 'Urwat al-Wuthqa
- Kitab al-salat. (lessons of Mirza Na'ini)
- The material for this article is mainly taken from محمد تقی آملی in Farsi WikiShia.