The Prophet's Pond ﷺ By Zaheer Khatri
Author: Zaheer Khatri
Book Binding: Hardcover
Size: 11.4 x 8.5 x 0.2 inches
Publication Year: 2015
About This Book:
Zaheer Khatri's "The Prophet's Pond " is a perfectly composed and interesting book that takes perusers on a profound excursion into the core of Islam. This enrapturing story is a painstakingly woven account that winds around together history, otherworldliness, and never-ending insight.
The plot spins around a small child named Safi, who sets out on a journey to become familiar with reality with regard to the renowned Prophet's Lake. As Safi's process is created, perusers are moved to a perfectly represented climate where they experience the Prophet Muhammad's (tranquility) tremendous effect on the existence of people around him.
Zaheer Khatri skillfully consolidates verifiable fiction and otherworldly consideration, empowering perusers, everything being equal, to ponder the characteristics of sympathy, compassion, and solidarity. Perusers get a superior handle of the Prophet's lessons and the need to carry on with a daily existence directed by adoration and nobility because of Safi's undertakings.
"The Prophet's Pond " is a great and edifying book that engages, instructs, and moves. It fills in as a sign of the Prophet Muhammad's immortal insight and the never-ending pertinence of his lessons in this day and age. This book is fundamental perusing for anyone hoping to interface with Islam's significant lessons and embrace a way of graciousness, resilience, and understanding.