Long ago, a man in Banu Israil had a stunningly beautiful wife. The man loved him to madness. But she died soon. The man was so out of his senses that he stayed at her grave spending many days crying, wailing, weeping. One day Hazrat 'Isa عَلَيْهِ السَّلَامُ passed by the man. Seeing his unbearable distress, his torment and laments, Hazrat 'Isa stopped to enquire him about the cause of his travails.
Sunday, March 13, 2016
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Abdulah bin Sa'd bin Abi Sarh: A life of tremendous ups and downs that saw him in the exalted position of Wahy-writer, then as a Kafir -- no Salah, no Saum, not even iman in one Allah, and then at last: As salamu alikum wa rahmatullah!
Monday, May 6, 2013
Imäm Tirmizï had the answer for me:
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Shamsheere Beneyam (The Unsheathed Sword) is a two-volume Urdu novel by Inayatullah Altamash depicting the illustrious life and glorious achievements of the celebrated army general of Islamic history, Hazrat Khalid ibn Al Waleed ibn Al Mughirah ibn Abdullah ibn Umar ibn Makhzum Al Makhzumi (May Allah be pleased with him!).
Monday, October 8, 2012
Woh Jo Shairi Ka Sabab Hua (That which made me a poet) is an anthology of poems of various lengths by Janab Kaleem Aajiz Sb. The book begins with forewords by several eminent literati and a short life story of the poet himself. The life-story, written in lucid Urdu, touches the hearts of the readers and arouses more emotions that a well-planned novel would do. It is a tragedy and a heart-rending one at that. Sadly though, it is a real story.