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Hadhrat Ayesha Siddiqa: Her Life & Works By Sulaiman Nadvi
[#0918 2E2 PB 96pp Darul Ishaat, Biography, most important reporters of Ahadith, contributions]

Hadhrat Ayesha Siddiqa: Her Life & Works By Sulaiman Nadvi

Hadhrat Ayesha Siddiqa : Her Life and Works By Nadvi 
By Allamah Syed Sulaiman Nadvi
English Translation By Syed Athar Hussain
English Translation Edited By Sister Maryam Jameelah
Paperback 96 Pages 
Publisher : Darul Ishaat, Pakistan

English Translation

About The Book

Hadhrat Ayesha (may Allah be pleased with her) who carried the name of Siddiqa was addressed as the mother of Believers. She had no children, her father was Abu Bakr (The Fist Khalifah) and her mother was Umm Roman, Extraordinary people reveal their greatness from their earliest years. Ayesha was no exception, her manners were sublime.

The life of Ayesha is proof that a woman can be far more learned than men and that she can be the teachers of scholars and experts. Her life is also proof that a woman can exert influence over men and women and provide them with inspiration and leadership.

The 'Life of Ayesha Siddiqa' is an extremely important and useful book written in Urdu by the Late Allamah Syed Sulaiman Nadwi, a noted historian and scholar in Indian sub-continent, this marvellous book is based on the most authentic sources about the life of the Prophet's wife Ayesha Siddiqa, may Allah be pleased with her. She became one of the most important reporters of Hadith. Both men and women came to learn about Islam from her. Her life shows how a Muslim woman can use her intelligence and scholarship to make enormous contributions to the cause of Islam.

About The Author

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 : 

  • Sirat-un-Nabi
  • Ardh al-Qu'ran
  • Seerat-e-Ayesha 
  • Durus-ul-Adab
  • Khutbat-e-Madras
  • Rahmat-e-Aalam
  • Naqush-e-Sulaiman
  • Hayat Imâm Malik
  • Ahl-us-Sunnah-wal-Jama'ah
  • Yad-e-Raftagan
  • Barid Farang
  • Seir-e-Afghanistan
  • Maqalat-e-Sulaiman
  • Khayyam
  • Hayat-e-Shibli.

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