Siratun Nabi (S)
By Allama Shibli Nomani & Syed Suleman Nadwi
Hardback 3134 Pages
7 Volumes Set
Publisher: Darul Ishaat
About The Book
Translation of the acclaimed work by ‘Allama Shibli Nomani, completed by his reputable student ‘Allama Syed Sulayman Nadwi.
A comprehensive scholarly, deeply analytical work on the life of Allah’s Messenger Muhammad (upon him be peace) in 7 volumes.
The names of the volumes are as follows: Life of the Prophet Muhammad (upon him be peace) and Battles, Era of Peace, Miracles, Prophethood and Beliefs, Worship in Islam, Ethics in Islam, Mutual Dealings and Behaviour.
Most certainly a valuable and indispensable resource for any student of the Sirah.
About Allamah Shibli Nomani
Allamah Shibli Nomani (1857 - 1914) was a respected scholar of Islam and Historian from Indian subcontinent during British Raj. He was born in Bindwal, Azamgarh district of present-day Uttar Pradesh. He founded the Shibli National College in 1883 and the Darul Mussanifin in Azamgarh.
He was also a poet and was fluent in Arabic, Persian, Hindi, Turkish and Urdu.
He went to Makkah for Hajj and there he devoted his time to furthering his studies in Islamic theology, history, philosophy and Sufism from different scholars in Arabia.
On his return from Makkah he met Sir Syed Ahmed Khan who had just established Aligarh Muslim University. Allamah Nomani was offered and joined a teaching position at the university in 1882.
He left Aligarh after the death of Sir Syed Ahmed in 1898.
He was Greatly inspired by the progress of science and education in the West. He wanted to inspire the Muslims to make similar progress by having recourse to their lost heritage and culture, and warned them against getting lost in Western culture.
About Allamah Sulaiman Nadwi
Allamah Syed Sulaiman Nadvi, was born on November 22, 1884 in the Desna, Bihar a village of Patna (then in British India). His father, Hakeem Syed Abul Hasan was a Sufi. In 1901, he was admitted into Darul-uloom Nadwatul Ulama at Lucknow . He studied for seven years at Nadva. He was also appointed sub-editor of the journal, An-Nadva. His first article, Waqt (Time) was published in the monthly Urdu Journal Makhzan edited by Abdul Qadir. In 1906, he graduated from the Nadva. In 1908, he was appointed an instructor of Modern Arabic and Theology at Dar-ul-Uloom Nadva. June 1950 (after the partition of India), he moved to Pakistan and settled in Karachi. He was appointed as Chairman of Taleemat-e-Islami Board to advise on the Islamic aspects of Pakistan's constitution. He died on November 22, 1953 in Karachi at the age of 69.
The following is a list of some of the most famous works of Syed Sulaiman Nadvi :
- Ardh al-Qu'ran
- Hayat Imâm Malik
- Barid Farang
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