Islamic Books in Pakistan - Islamic Books in Urdu and English

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Islamic Books in Pakistan

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Allah Loves by Omar Suleiman


Bridge to the Soul: Journeys Into the Music and Silence of the Heart

By Rumi, Coleman Barks (Translator)

Divine Speech by Nouman Ali Khan, Sharif Randhawa

by Nouman Ali Khan, Sharif Randhawa

Revive Your Heart: Putting Life in Perspective


Teachings of Rumi

By Rumi, Andrew Harvey.

The Essential Rumi

By Rumi, Coleman Barks.

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Islamic Books in Pakistan:

Pakistan is an Islamic country "Islamic Republic of Pakistan".

As a Muslim country their is a huge audience who loved to read Islamic Books in both English and اردو Language.

One of the best Islamic Book is the Seerat of Muhammad PBUH which is written by multiple Islamic scholars 

Seerat Un Nabi (SAW) by Dr. Israr Ahmed, Seerat un Nabi / سیرۃ النبی ص by Shibli NomaniSayyid Sulaiman Nadvi and many others.

If we talk about Islamic Novels in English people in Pakistan love to read the novels of Nouman Ali Khan

Divine Speech and Revive your Heart are two most selling books of Nouman Ali Khan.

At the heart of the discipline of Islamic studies are the languages of that world and the investigation of Islam as a faith and a practical guide for everyday life.

This involves close study of the Qur’an and the sayings of Muhammad.

Beyond that, wide perspectives beckon, such as the workings of Islamic law, Sufism (Islamic mysticism), political thought,

the major divisions of the faith (Sunnis and Shi‘ites),

Arab, Persian and Turkish literature and the role of women.

Islamic art produced carpets, luxury ceramics, precious miniature paintings and buildings of world renown like the Alhambra and the Taj Mahal.

The grand sweep of Islamic history ,told by its own chroniclers,

takes students from the rise of Islam and the life of the Prophet Muhammad, through to the first Arab dynasties and then further afield;

to the later interplay between Arabs, Turks and Persians, to the Crusades, in which Muslims

(here Saladin is the charismatic figure) and Crusaders co-existed, often harmoniously,

and learned from each other in unexpected ways, and to the gunpowder empires of the early modern period –

the Turkish Ottomans, the Persian Safavids and the Indian Mughals.

The story is taken into modern times by studying how Muslims responded to the military and cultural encroachment of the West,

achieving independence, and the roles they play in today’s globally interconnected world.




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