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Qasasul Ambiyaa - Stories of the Prophets (Idara) (Seoharwi)

By: Seoharwy. Maulana Hifzur Rahman (Seoharwi, 1900-1962)Share

Language: English

Hardcover

It is a summary of the famous book 'Qasas-ul-Quran' by Maulana Hifzur Rahman Seoharwy originally written in Urdu. The Author's main aim is to draw the attention of the readers towards the 'results' of the stories, so as to enable them to adopt a right path - Islamic Way of Life - for the great success in both The Worlds. Apart from the lessonable stories of The Holy Prophets (Alaihimus Salam) and other saintly personalities, the language and style used are very interesting and heart touching, not only for well educated persons but for a common man too. The special heading 'Results and Lessons' at end of every chapter is, undoubtedly, remarkable and praiseworthy. Translated into English by Molvi Yousuf Karaan of South Africa.

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Product Details
By:Seoharwy. Maulana Hifzur Rahman (Seoharwi, 1900-1962)
Language:English
Format:Hardcover
Pages: 658 pp, Ribbon Placeholder
Publisher:Idara Impex , New Delhi, India, 2017 English Edition
Dimensions:14.5 x 22.5 cm
ISBN:8171014240
ISBN-13:9788171014248
Topic:Islam - Early Muslims - Prophets

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Maulana Hifzur Rahman Seoharwi (1900 - 2 August 1962) was an Indian Sunni Islamic scholar and an activist of the Indian independence movement. He fought against British rule for about 25 years (1922-1947) and spent eight years in jail.[1] He was a politician as well, he served as member of Indian Parliament for the Indian National Congress from Amroha (Lok Sabha constituency) from 1952 to 1962. (Wiki)
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