This book, with its simple yet profound dua and stories, set in the circumstances of our daily existence, expresses the joy and challenges of life. Reading these prayers and stories, children will come to know how ordinary incidents and day to day activities are such important subjects for prayer and why they should be thankful to Allah.
These charming stories and heart-warming prayers, enlivened by stunning and colourful illustrations, will become a wonderful accompaniment for children on their path to understanding the glory and kindness of Allah and will bring them closer to their Creator.
Favourite Tales from the Quran are timeless, treasured stories, specially chosen for young children. These stories, which have proved the best loved from one generation to the next, can be clearly understood and are fun to read, share and enjoy. Their texts are the perfect gateway to your children?s lifetime adventure of reading from the Quran. This Gift Box contains the following books: * Sleepers in the cave, Two Gardens * Two Sons of Adam, Travels of Ibrahim * The Iron Wall, The Queen of Egypt * In the Beginning, First Man and Woman * The Great Ark, The Beautiful Prayer * The Call to Hajj, The She-camel * The Wise King, The Story of Maryam * The Father's Love, The Two Dreams * Faith in Allah, The Beloved Son * The Army of Ants, The Powerful Jinn.
365 Days with the Prophet Muhammad is a unique storybook, which takes children on a fun-filled, day-by-day adventure throughout the life and times of the Prophet Muhammad . It provides a lively and chronological account of the Prophet as a person, whose life and teachings are loved, cherished and respected by people all over the world. Every day, children will find in it a new story enshrining the wisdom of the Prophet Muhammad , which they can apply in their daily lives.
Children will love the colourful illustrations and captivating stories, charmingly told in simple language. Along with the 365 stories, there is also a beautifully illustrated map to help children understand in the context of today the importance of the people, places and events which are mentioned in the stories.
This book, with its simple yet profound hadith and stories, set in the circumstances of our daily existence, expresses the joy and challenges of life. Reading these hadith and stories, children will come to know how ordinary incidents and day to day activities can be seen and better understood in the light of the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad.
These charming stories and heart-warming sayings of the Prophet, enlivened by stunning and colourful illustrations, will become a wonderful accompaniment for children on their path to understanding the life and message of the Prophet Muhammad, to appreciating the glory and kindness of Allah, and will bring them closer to their Prophet and Creator.
The author, a prolific writer of Books on Islam has presented an excellent dictionary of Islam, which would serve students and scholars alike. The words and topics dealt with are higher informative and interesting to read. The language is lucid and clear and the style arresting a must for every student of Islam.
"In this series, Maulana Wahiduddin Khan has presented the fundamental teachings of Islam in a simple way.
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan in A Case of Discovery has copied a lecture delivered by Dr. Nishikant Chattopadhyaye (b. 1904) to exemplify a case of discovery of Truth. One seeking Truth can emulate the path taken Dr. Nishikant Chattopadhyaye who studied religion and its related disciplines in detail, to finally become fully convinced of the veracity of Islam. Having found the answer to his quests he embraced the true faith. After his acceptance, he delivered a lecture on the 26th August 1904, at the historic Fateh Maidan in Hyderabad. This book gives this lecture which can serve as a guidance for true seekers. It explains that “Everyone is heading towards a fateful leap into the next world. Only those who can pass the divine test are the successful ones in this life and the next. This is the goal towards which people ought to strive.”(Qur’an 37:60)."