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His father was one of the greatest scholars in the lands of Islam. His father was a scholar who was living in Baghdad and was an important scholar of knowledge in the times of the Muslim Caliphate. His father was a scholar and a teacher of knowledge in the fields of history and Arabic language. His father taught the youth under him and was an authority on grammar and literature. The great scholars and historians, scholars of his times, members of the ‘Book of Right’ ( Sahih al-Kuran), many of the companions of the Prophet and the great companions of Hazrat Abu Musa al-Ashari (RA) read his works. The books of his father were very well-known and those books were highly in demand. His father kept on writing his books, even when he passed away. No one else had as much expertise as he had on the books of his father. He was totally knowledgeable about his father’s works. He was his son and he inherited all of his father’s authority, knowledge and experience.
Junaid e Baghdad in Urdu is written by Dr. Ali Hasan Abdul Qadir. The book contains complete biography of Junaid e Baghdadi r.a and provide comprehensive information about his life, thoughts and achievements. This book also includes reference to historical events.
Junaid Baghdadi in Urdu is written by Dr. Ali Hasan Abdul Qadir. The book contains complete biography of Junaid e Baghdadi r.a and provide comprehensive information about his life, thoughts and achievements. This book also includes reference to historical events.
Almas Ma [Almas Muhammad Ma] is a novelist and leading story writer of Urdu. Ma is famous for his novel Baghdad Jalta Raha.[ 1 ] He wrote numerous novels & stories published first in different digests in his writing career. Here you can download Baghdad Jalta Raha Novel pdf in Urdu, English and Arabic languages. Other categories include Bihishti, Saleems, Saleem Haidar and Saleem Haidar e Urdu.
Hafiz Syed Muhammad Jamaluddin Muhajir, poet, columnist, translator and author, passed away on September 16, at age 91. A native of New Delhi, he was a colonel in the Indian Army and a recipient of the Independence Medal. He was also president of the Delhi Union of Journalists. Published in Hindi, Urdu, Farsi and Spanish, his long career in literature is marked by his translations of modern Indian literature into Arabic as well as the farsi translation of his own poetry.
Hafiz Syed Mohammad Jamaluddin Muhajir passed away. As part of a quartet of Western Indian writers, he was known for his translations of Urdu and Punjabi classics into Hindi. A native of Delhi, he was a colonel in the Indian Army and a recipient of the Independence Medal. He was also president of the Delhi Union of Journalists.
The by-products of political revolution and economic growth have changed society around the world. The cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Lucknow, Hyderabad, and Bangalore, have a higher literacy rate than Baghdad and Cairo. Unlike Cairo or Damascus, Indian cities are modern, cosmopolitan and full of traffic, commerce and entertainment. They are centers of intellectual debates, and forces for change.
In Baghdad in the mid-nineteenth century, a scholar named Said al-Ramli wrote a dictionary of the Arabic words for domestic animals, describing such creatures as camels, donkeys, horses, and zebras. His book remained the standard reference work until the twentieth century, when it was largely superseded by a similar set of volumes produced in Arabic under the editorship of Henry Yule, published in London in 1869 and 1874.