Sayyed Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi's "Sirat Khatim an-Nabiyeen (Arabic original of Muhammad the Last Prophet)" is a definite examination of the existence of the Mark of the Prophets, Prophet Muhammad (harmony arrive). Sheik Sayyed Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi winds around an energetic and exhaustive story of the Prophet's life in this enlightening work, offering Arabic-talking perusers with a significant information on his excursion, mission, and the continuous meaning of his heritage.
Detailed Prophetic Biography:
The book gives an inside and out and extensive story of Prophet Muhammad's life, including his introduction to the world, prophethood achievements, the Hijrah (movement), fights, and his withering days. Nadwi's clever encapsulates the Prophet's life, permitting perusers to connect profoundly with vital times in Islamic history.
Historical and Social Background:
Sheik Sayyed Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi contextualizes the Prophet's life in a verifiable and social setting, offering light on the circumstance of Middle Easterner social orders at that point. The book researches how the Prophet's message resolved contemporary issues and molded the development of Islamic civilization.
The Prophet's Importance in Islam:
The book dives into Prophet Muhammad's importance in Islam, portraying him as the Mark of the Prophets and a consideration to the world. It underlines the Islamic perspective on the Prophet as a definitive courier, stressing his job in finishing the monotheistic message and filling in as an aide for humankind.
Prophetic Ethics and Teachings:
Nadwi makes sense of Prophet Muhammad's lessons and moral statutes. The book centers around the ethical person of the Prophet and how his outstanding conduct fills in to act as an illustration for Muslims in all features of life.