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One Hundred Ascetics and their Chief Muhammad

This book throws light into the lives of a hundred great men, the greatest of them being the Noble Prophet (S). It is a look into the ascetic aspects of their lives. In whatever they did, they sought Allah. They stayed away from sin and did not love the world. However they did not practise […]

  • Muhammad Siddiq al- Manshawi
  • Darul Ishaat
  • 2006
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One Hundred Ascetics and their Chief Muhammad
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    This book throws light into the lives of a hundred great men, the greatest of them being the Noble Prophet (S). It is a look into the ascetic aspects of their lives. In whatever they did, they sought Allah. They stayed away from sin and did not love the world. However they did not practise monasticism. These include Prophets, companions, the (tabi'oon) followers as well as those who followed them. It deals mainly with Zuhd Asceticism and Zahids Ascetics (doing-without), Taqwa and Tawakkal It covers short Biographies of • The Prophet Muhammad (S) • The Prophet Dawwud • Prophet Esa • The Four Khulafa • Many Sahahaba (Companions) • The Four Imams • Umar bin Abdul Aziz • Sani Saqati and many others

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    • Muhammad Siddiq al- Manshawi
    • Darul Ishaat
    • 2006
    • First
    • Karachi, Pakistan
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