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II, p. Yahya al-cAlawi. An important Javanese author of the late 19th century is Saleh Darat Salih b. He wrote commentaries in Javanese on several important works of fiqh, doctrine and tasawwufP K. Ihsan b. The names of all these authors except Kyai Mahfudz occur in the list of most popular kitab below. Misbah b. In the 19th century,pesantren in Madura and West Java did not use their own regional languages but had Javanese as medium: This, too, has changed, and there are now kitab kuning in Madurese and Sundanese as well.

There is a wider range of Sundanese kitab, and more of them are original works rather than simply translations. Three Sundanese authors stand out in the collection: Anwar various edifying booklets, and the great cdlim and poetcAbdallah b.

Besides their books, there are numerous simple booklets in 23 See Danuwijoto Most of Saleh's major works Danuwijoto lists 12 are now out of print and could not be obtained. Mahfudz has the reputation among present-day kyai of having been one of the most learned Javanese ulama ever. He was the highly respected teacher of several of NU's founding ulama including Hasyim Asy'ari.

Little has been written about his life; there are short notes on this in 'Abbas Of the Minangkabau authors, whose polemics at the beginning of this century have drawn some attention Schrieke , almost no works are still found in print.

Even the once influential Ahmad Khatib seems hardly to be read any more; only two of his works were found in print, and even these are not generally available. Two other Minangkabau authors, how- ever, Mahmud Yunus and Abdul Hamid Hakim, have attained the ranks of the top hundred, and are well represented in the collection; Both have written numerous textbooks, in Malay and Arabic, for use in madrasah, and several of these are very widely used, also in pesantren.

The curriculum of the madrasah, especially those owned or subsidized by the state, is more or less standardized, and is not as strongly oriented towards the classics as that of the pesantren.

The collection contains a fair number of modern books written for Egyptian madrasah, which are also used in similar Indonesian institutions, besides books especially written by Indonesian authors, in simple Arabic.

Pesantren differ from madrasah in, among other things, lack of uniform- ity in the curriculum. Many santri for this reason move from one pesantren to another in order to study a certain range of texts thoroughly. No single pesantren offers a 'representative' curriculum all by itself.

We have to take a number of pesantren together in order to establish with which works the average santri is confronted in the course of his studies. I have the strong impression based on what I found to be in stock in toko kitab in the various regions that the 'average' curriculum in Sumatra, Kalimantan and on the mainland still differs to some extent from that in Java. Kitab originally written in Malay, by such ulama as M. Books in Arabic Script used in the Pesantren Milieu Sumatra and Kalimantan, from the s on, of pondolc pesantren on the Javanese model and madrasah of the West Sumatran type has resulted, however, in the gradual displacement of these Malay kitab by standard Arabic works.

Van den Berg's study , although dated, still represents the most detailed survey of kitab commonly used in Javanese pesantren. We learn more, in fact, from an anecdotic autobiography such as that of K. Saifuddin Zuhri who was NU's min- ister of religion under Guided Democracy , with the glimpses it affords of the texts the author read or had read to him in the pesantren, of the way in which these were studied and of the impact they had on him Zuhri But there now exist a good number of monographs on individual pesantren, most of which contain shorter or longer lists of the texts studied there.

Well-known works are undoubtedly overrepresented in them, at the expense of less popular texts which are equally studied. Taken together, however, they give a reasonable indication of which are the most fre- quently used kitab at present. I have added to these a small number of similar lists compiled by Indonesian researchers in the course of a recent research project on the Indonesian ulama30, and thus collected data on a total of 42 pesantren, of which 18 are in East Java, 12 in Central and 9 in West Java, and 3 in South Kalimantan.

I have also added some data on Sumatra, although these are not really comparable because they do not relate to individual but to four idealized, 'average' pesantren.

They come from two aggregate lists of kitab used'mpesantren and by traditional ulama in Riau and Palembang respectively; the curriculum of an 'average' PERTI madrasah in West Sumatra; and the curriculum of one conservative surau 27 The catalogues of Arabic, Malay and Javanese manuscripts in the Jakarta and Leiden libraries also give a good idea of what was in use in the 19th century, although it remains doubtful how representative these collections are for the pesantren milieu.

T h e Serat Centini, probably compiled in the early 19th century, refers to a large number of kitab; there is a close correspondence between these and Van den Berg's list see Soebardi For an earlier period, Drewes , appendix has compiled an interesting list of works in use in 18th-century Palembang.

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On Central and East Javanese pesantren, there is a series of monographs prepared by the Research and Development Desk of the Ministry of Religious Affairs, prepared over the years 1 9 8 0 - 1 9 8 3. These data do, however, confirm the general im- pression of the Banjarese pesantren as being old-fashioned. The differences be- tween the Sundanese and Javanese parts of Java are, because of fuller data, brought out more clearly.

I have lumped together texts matari and untitled commentaries on such texts; only commentaries that are generally known by a different title have been listed separately. Even so, the total number of texts mentioned is well over ; the tables below list only those that occur most frequently, grouped according to subject. Within each table, genealogically related works i. The latter is roughly indicated by the notes in the final column on the educational level at which the books are usually studied.

The word khawass 'the special ones' denotes a more advanced level. The tables give the titles of the kitab in their commonly used short form, transliterated in the Indonesian style. In the text the full names are given, in a transliteration more closely approximating English usage. The instrumental sciences see Table I The instrumental sciences, ilmu alat, are in the first place the various branches of traditional Arabic grammar: There is a bewildering array of different texts on these subjects.

In this case, our entire collection and the list of most popular titles can be compared not only with Van den Berg's list, but also with a list of the manuscripts of such grammatical texts in the Leiden and Jakarta libraries compiled by Drewes Although Drewes gives more titles 31 The Riau and Palembang data are derived from interviews with various local ulama, those on Pariaman from interviews and observation in loco, all in the context of the said research project.

These are a recent development, following the East Javanese example. The level of teaching here is still relatively low. Before these pesantren came into being, people used to study privately with a teacher, using mainly Malay kitab especially M.

Books in Arabic Script used in the Pesantren Milieu than Van den Berg, the latter's list corresponds in fact more closely with ours. In the traditional system, the student usually began with the basics of sarf, which meant that he had to commit the first tables of verbal and nominal inflection to memory. The simplest work of this category is the Bina Al-bina' wa 'l-asas, by a certain Mulla ad-Danqari. Having reached this stage, the student would turn to the first works on nahw before going on to more difficult sarf works if he ever got so far.

One of the simplest, and most widely popular works on nahw was the Awamil Al-Cawamil al-mi'a, by cAbd al-Qahir b. This introductory curriculum was Standard in regions that were wide apart.

The same texts were studied, in this order, in traditional madrasa in Kurdistan except for the last-named work, which is not known there , in 19th-century Javanese pesantren, and in West Sumatran surau? A The same works are still in use, but a certain shift has occurred. The Bina and the Izzi are most certainly under-reported in the curriculum lists, in favour of more advanced works, but they seem to have retained their place better in West Java and Sumatra than in Java proper.

A recent but also tra- ditional introductory work that is quite popular in Javanese pesantren is 33 Almost all the works mentioned by Van den Berg are still in use and, what is more, among the more popular. Drewes, on the other hand, lists many titles that are not used at present, while the presently popular texts do not stand out in his list.

In library collections, relatively rare items generally tend to be over-, and the more c o m m o n ones under-represented the rare, after all, seems to be much more worth collecting.

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Neither mentions the Kailani and the Maqshud with their commentaries, the Amtsilah, the Bina, or the Asymawi; Drewes mentions Dahlan's work as a commentary on the Jurumiyah rather than the Alfiyah. Neither mentions any work on balagha; it is unclear whether there are no manuscript works on the subject in'the libraries, or whether Drewes does not consider this as part of grammar. Bozarslan a n d M. Snouck Hurgronje describes a West Sumatran manuscript textbook containing, in that order, a list of grammatical expressions, inflection tables, an untitled text which seems to be part of the Izzi, the Awamil and a commentary on the Jurumiyah by Shaykh Khalid b.

Other introductory texts are also widely available. This is commonly followed by an extensive commentary on the Izzi, the Kailani named after its author, cAlI b. Not mentioned by them, but frequently encountered, is the Asymawi, a com- mentary on the Jurumiyah by a certain cAbdallah b. Zaynl Dahlan, commonly called Dahlan Alfiyah. Qatr an-nadd' [wa ballas-sadd'], by Ibn Hisham36 d. To some extent, these classical works are giving way to more modern teaching materials.

In , the Dutch consul in Jeddah, E. In the s, these bookswere in use in the more modern madrasah of Sumatera Thawalib in West Sumatra, along with other contemporary Egyptian textbooks and books 35 In several editions, the Bina and Izzi are printed in combination with other introductory works on sarf, viz. All these texts are quite short: Yusuf b. These textbooks are now widely used in madrasah and state schools for teachers of religion PGA ; growing numbers of pesantren are folio wing suit, as is reflected by Table I.

Lebanese and Egyptian editions.

This, too, was used in West Sumatra already in the s, along with Al-balaghat al- wadih, by the same authors. This brings us to the final major branch of Arabic grammar: Two classical kitab dominate this section of the curriculum, viz.: The Jawhar was translated into Javanese by K. Bisri Mustofa of Rembang. The total number of texts in our collection, of course, exceeds by far that of the texts mentioned here. It should perhaps be noted that three of the texts listed by Van den Berg were not to be found in print.

It is among the very first subjects studied as the titles of the texts listed, meaning 'Gift for children' and 'Guidance for little boys', emphasize. They are both found in several collections of short texts, usually together. The third auxiliary science is mantiq, Aristotelian logic which will prove its usefulness when the student proceeds to fiqh, jurisprudence.

Two other, untitled, commentaries which are often encountered are those by Hasan Darwlsh al-Quwaysin! Despite its title, this work is not a translation of Porphyry's Isagoge, as has often been assumed see Arminjon Jurisprudence flqh and its principles Table II Fiqh is still considered as the Islamic science par excellence. It has the most concrete implications for everyday behaviour, for it tells us what things are forbidden and what actions recommended.

Works on fiqh form the real substance of pesantren education, and this is reflected by the composition of the top list. The fiqh work mentioned by Van den Berg as the most important work of reference, the Tuhfa Ibn Hajar's Tuhfat al-muhtaj , does not occur in this list, and an Indonesian edition of this text does not even exist.

Never- theless, leading traditional ulama agree that this is the ultimate work of reference, to which they take recourse in difficult cases. Under modernist influence, fiqh works of a different genre are coming into use in pesantren as well. There are several pesantren now where Ibn Rushd's Bidayat al-mujtahid is taught besides or instead of the Shafici classics it was recently also printed in Indonesia, which indicates a grow- ing interest.

The multi-volume Fiqh as-sunna by the modern Egyptian author Sayyid Sabiq is rapidly gaining wider acceptance too so far, only an Indonesian translation has been locally printed, suggesting that the work appeals primarily to a modernist audience.

These works have not yet, however, reached the list of most popular works, all of which are squarely within the ShafR tradition. Bold print indicates works of which Indonesian editions exist and have been acquired for the collection. Important fatwa are based on these works, especially on the Tuhfa. In daily practice, however, the Tuhfa is not so often consulted, and it is very hard even to find a copy of it in the shops.

Sahal Mahfudz, Abdurrahman Wahid, and other leading ulama. These preferences are not the same among all Shafici: An abridged Javanese translation must have existed in the early 19th century39, but apparently has fallen into disuse with the improved avail- ability of other texts. There is hardly apesantren where not at least one of these texts is studied.

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Various other works of the same family are also widely used in Indonesia, and there are several translations. Mukhtasar many Indon. AbQ Shuja', -d. Keijzer in and reprinted by Roorda The Fath is a commentary on, or a reworking of, an earlier text by the same author entitled Qurrat al- c ayn; neither is directly based upon Ibn Hajar's Tuhfa. The Qurra itself never became popular in Indonesia, but in the 19th century Nawawi Banten wrote another commentary on it Nihayat az-zayri that is widely used.

Two of Nawawi's younger contemporaries in Mecca wrote extensive glosses on the Fath al-muin. It became the most frequently consulted work of ShafH fiqh already in the author's lifetime cf.

Snouck Hurgronje a: Ibn Hajar's Minhaj is used all over Java; the Hawashl, long hard to find, were very recently reprinted in Surabaya. BashTn d. Husayn b. Tahir Bacalawl, d. Besides, there are several other adaptations and commentaries by Indonesian culama.

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They will be dealt with in the order in which they occur on the list. Husayn al-Makkl al-Maliki, entitled Anarat ad-duja''. This text com- monly known as Syarqawi ala Tahrir , too, is widely available in Indonesia.

The Riyadlul Badiah is one of the texts that are little known elsewhere which were introduced to Indonesian Muslims by Nawawi Banten. The author is one Muhammad Hasballah, perhaps an older contemporary of Nawawi. GAL Sullam al-munajdt is another work by Nawawi Banten.

It is a commen- tary on the guide for worship, Safinat as-salah, by c Abdallah b. Two Javanese translations and commentaries are in circulation, viz. By now it has gradually fallen into disuse, and many santri do not even recognize its name.

Muhadzab Al-muhadhdhab is a work of Shaffi fiqh by Ibrahlm b. The following two are recent texts in simple Arabic, especially written for madrasah: Al-mabadi 'l-fiqhiyya cala madhhab al-imam ash-Shafil 4 tiny volumes was written by c Umar cAbd al-Jabbar; Al-fiqh al-wadih by the well-known Minangkabau scholar Mahmud Yunus. To the above titles I would add one important Malay text, in spite of its low rating in the present list, with its heavy Javanese bias.

It was written, so the author says, because the earlier Malay fiqh handbook, Sirat al-mustaqlm by ar-Raniri printed in the margin , contained too many regionalisms and was therefore difficult to understand. Al-BanjarI's work is rarely found in Java, but is still quite popular in the Malay-speaking area, and several recent editions of it including an Egyptian one are available.

This may be due to an oversight, for Van Ronkel's catalogue of the Jakarta library mentions several copies of commentaries on the Waraqat and the Janf al-jawamic see below , which suggests that these works must have been relatively well-known, at least around the turn of the century. They were probably, however, not part of the ordinary pesantren curriculum. Mahfudz of Termas d. The range of works used is not very wide, however.

Our collection includes fourteen different titles, many of which are related to one another as commentaries or glosses. Only eight of these are sufficiently popular to warrant inclusion in the list.

Various commentaries on this work are generally available in Indonesia our collection contains five different ones, one of them by the Minangkabau reformist Ahmad Khatlb, entitled An-nafahatcala sharh al-waraqat.

Ibn Rushd's Bidayat al-mujtahid, which compares the rulings of the four 'orthodox' and various other madhhab, was again used first by the Minang- kabau kaum muda. It is actually taught in very few pesantren, but many of the more learned kyai use it as a work of reference. Doctrine tawhfd, aqfda, usul ad-din Compared with the number and the sophistication of fiqh works studied in pesantren, doctrine occupies a much less prominent place in the curricu- lum.

Could this perhaps be because of the old adage that too great an interest in matters of doctrine can only lead to unbelief? All these texts are commonly known by the names of their authors.

In fact, Nasaft's cAqa'id was among the first works to be translated into Malay. A sixteenth-century manuscript with an interlinear Malay translation is still extant Al-Attas Our collection alsocontains a version of this work with an interlinear Madurese translation by H.

Santri commit the entire text itself to memory, and study various commentaries on it. An anonymous Malay scholar and two Java- nese ulama, Saleh Darat of Semarang and Ahmad Subki Masyhadi of Pekalongan, wrote extensive commentaries in their regional languages, which are commonly known by the same title oiJauharatut Tauhid.

Saleh Darat's Javanese commentary, especially, is interesting in that it reflects contemporary Javanese views and concerns. The remaining three titles are modern works, which were first adopted by Egyptian-influenced madrasah and from there are gradually penetra- ting the entire pesantren world. The author was renowned as editor of a journal in which he attempted to reconcile Islam with modern science and philosophy GAL S This book was first used in Indonesia, in Sumatera Thawalib madrasah, in the s Yunus Nantikan update selanjutnya..

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Books in Arabic Script used in the Pesantren Milieu the margin, so that both may be studied together.