Jazakallahu Khayr akhi. Now does anyone know if the arabic print in the book is in Naskh arabic print? in other words does it look arabic or does it look Urdu-ish? if you get what i am saying.
For example, most urdu books have this urdu print whereas books in arabic have a more "Kitaabi" type of arabic print...
Here is a downloadable version: http://www.almeshkat.com/books/open.php?cat=16&book=817
It seems that the Kafiyah is not normally studied in the Arab world and it is mainly studied in the Indian Subcontient. A Arab scholar of the arabic language once told me that the syllabus for nahw is:
1. Tuhfatusiniyya sharh on the Ajarumiyyah
2. Sharh Fawakihi on the Mutammimat Ajarumiyah
3. Kawakib ad Duriyya sharh on the Mutamimat Ajarumiyyah
4. Qatr An Nada wa Bal as Sada
5. Shudhur Adh Dhahab
6. Sharh ibn Aqeel on the Alfiyyah ibn Malik
7. and 8. Two more commentaries on the Alfiyyah which I don't remember the name of
9. Mughni Labib
This is the program only for somebody who wants to become extremly strong in nahw. In the intro of Qatr an Nada, ibn Hisham basically says that his book is end of nahw study for people who want to be able understand most Arabic texts like texts of fiqh, hadith, sirah, etc, but that Qatr An Nada is only the beginning for someone who wants to specialize in grammar and tafsir. Also, a different teacher of grammar I talked to said to forget about studying the commentaries on Mutamimat al Ajarumiyya before studying Qatr an Nada
because those commentaries are written in a scholarly style that is more difficult for students, while ibn Hisham wrote Qatr An Nada is a pseudo scholarly style that is intended to be easier for students. That being said, the actual matn of Mutammimat Ajarumiyya is written very clearly and can be read with a teacher after reading Tahfatusiniyya.