Kitab-ut-Tawheed wa Taqwiyat-ul-Iman (Urdu Language)
Author: Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab
Book Binding: Hardcover
Size: 8.7 x 5.8 x 0.6 inch
Publication year: 1997
About This Book:
A book in Urdu titled "Kitab-ut-Tawheed wa Taqwiyat-ul-Iman" concentrates on the ideas of Tawheed (Islamic monotheism) and bolstering one's faith (Iman). It is a collection of lectures and debates on the fundamental ideas of Islam and the significance of growing a firm and steadfast trust in Allah. The fundamental Tawheed principle of the Oneness of Allah in His lordship, worship, and qualities is highlighted in the book. It covers subjects including the acceptance of Allah's existence and oneness, His qualities, and the repercussions of departing from Tawheed as it investigates the numerous facets of Tawheed. "Kitab-ut-Tawheed wa Taqwiyat-ul-Iman" emphasises the need of enhancing one's faith (Iman) via knowledge of and adherence to Islamic principles. It addresses issues including the tenets of Iman, the significance of doing what is right, and the perils of scepticism or hypocrisy.
About The Author:
Arabian Peninsula-born Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab (1703–1792) was a theologian and scholar of Islam. The Wahhabi movement, an Islamic reform movement that began in the 18th century in the area that is now Saudi Arabia, bears the brunt of its fame. His teachings placed a strong emphasis on the value of absolute monotheism, the abolition of customs connected to praying to saints or other holy figures, and the rejection of idolatry and superstitious beliefs. The Qur'an and the genuine Sunnah (traditions) of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) were emphasized as the two main sources of guidance in Muhammad bin Abdul Wahhab's teachings.