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Saviours of Islamic Spirit

This work of historical importance by the eminent Islamic scholar of the 20th Century (late) Sheikh Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi has not become as popular as it should have been. Unfortunate also is the news that the publication of this significant work by the original publisher has been stopped!!

The series written in four volumes under the title Saviours of Islamic Spirit is of immense value to a student of Islamic history and civilization. Muslims, especially those of Asian origin, will find an oceanic depth of information about their past.

Dear brothers and sisters, please know that the knowledge about the past is important for a Muslim to live in the present and plan for the future. Otherwise, Allah wouldn’t have revealed the stories of the earlier Prophets!!

Presenting here the PDF of all the 4 volumes, and before that, a gist of topics covering these volumes:

Volume 1, 413 pages

Vol 1 deals with the life and times of:

Umar ibn Abdul Aziz

Hasan al Basri

Ahmad bin Hanbal

Abul Hasan al Ashari

Abu Hamid al Ghazali

Abdul Khader Jilani

Ibn al Jawzi

Salahuddin al Ayyubi

Sheikh ul Islam Izzuddeen

Jalaluddin Rumi

Volume 2, 383 pages

Ibn Taimiyah

Khawaja Nizamuddin Awliya

Sharfuddin Yahya al Maneri

Volume 3, 371 pages

Islamic World in the Tenth Century

The Greatest Tumult of the Tenth Century

Akbars’ Rule: Contrasting Climaxes

Mujaddid Alf Thani

Mujaddid As a Spiritual Guide

The Core of the Mujaddid’s Movement

Unity of Being Vs Unity of Manifestations

From Akbar to Jahangir

Notable Adversaries of Sheikh Ahmed

Growth and Development of Mujaddiyah Order

The Works of Sheikh Ahmed Mujaddid Sirhindi

Volume 4, 332 pages (It’s all about Hakimul Islam, Shah Waliullah)

Islamic World in the Twelfth Century

India

Ancestors of Shah Waliullah

A Biographical Sketch

Reformative Endeavour of Shah Waliullah

Propagation of Hadeeth and Coordination of Hadeeth and Fiqh

Exposition of the Rationale of Shariah and Hadeeth

Khilafah – Caliphate

Statesmanship of Shah Waliullah During the Period of Political Instability

Reformatory Endeavours – A Distinctive Feature of the Shah

Sons, Disciples and Eminent Contemporaries of Shah Waliullah

Writings of Shah Waliullah

Download these books, InshaaAllah:

Saviours of Islamic Spirit, Vol 1

Saviours of Islamic Spirit, Vol 2

Saviours of Islamic Spirit, Vol 3

Saviours of Islamic Spirit, Vol 4

Baarakallaahu Feekum.

May Allah forgive the sins of this great scholar and grant him the highest place in Al Firdouse al ‘Ala.

Sal-lal-laahu Ala Muhammad, Sal-lal-laahu-alaihi-wa-Sallam.

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6 Comments »

  1. jazakallah khair Brother, I like to read about ISlamic History and all these great scholars and Awlia, Thanks for sharing🙂

    Comment by khansana1000 | January 4, 2016 | Reply

    • Barakallahu feek. You are welcome, sister.

      Comment by MuQeet | January 4, 2016 | Reply

  2. great work sir Jazak Allah Khair
    May Almighty guide us all to the right path Ameen

    Comment by Mohammed | January 4, 2016 | Reply

    • Baarakallahu feekum dear Mohammed. Thank you for your support. jazakallah khayr.

      Comment by MuQeet | January 4, 2016 | Reply

  3. Wow
    Jazakallah forr this. I’ll try to look this up. Very interesting stuff.

    Comment by revels1 | January 4, 2016 | Reply

    • Thank you. May Allah bless you.

      Comment by MuQeet | January 5, 2016 | Reply


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