Kitab At-Tauhid By Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab (Urdu Language)
Author: Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab
Size: 8.8 x 5.8 x 0.6 inch
Publication Year: 0000
About This Book:
His most well-known composition is "Kitab At-Tauhid" (The Book of Monotheism). It explores the central tenet of Islam—that Allah (God) is one—as well as the significance of upholding orthodox monotheism. The book investigates a number of facets of Tauhid, such as its classifications, the acceptance of the attributes of Allah, and the repercussions of departing from the true understanding of monotheism. This significant work is now available to readers who know Urdu thanks to the translation of "Kitab At-Tauhid" into Urdu. The translation's goal is to translate the original Arabic material into Urdu so that a larger audience can gain from the lessons and insights the book offers.
About The Author:
A well-known theologian and scholar of Islam from the Arabian Peninsula, Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab lived from 1703 to 1792 CE. His contributions to the growth of the Wahhabi or Salafi movement in religion are what are most widely recognized about him. The teachings of Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab focused on the idea of Tauhid (monotheism) and the purifying of Islamic customs from what he saw as polytheistic or idolatrous aspects. He emphasised the need for strict observance of the monotheistic principles set forth in the Quran and Sunnah (the sayings and deeds of the Prophet Muhammad).