This book brings the Qur'an to life through a detailed and meticulous survey of the geography of places mentioned and the various tribes and peoples who inhabited those places and served as examples for the Qur'an to bring to our attention. An invaluable resource for anyone who wishes for an in-depth understanding of the rich and diverse worlds painted by the Qur'an. This edition is a translation into Arabic, from the original Urdu, by Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi
About the author
Syed Sulaiman Nadwi was an eminent Indian historian, biographer, littérateur and scholar of Islam.
He graduated from Nadwatal Ulama in 1906, and in 1908 he was appointed instructor in Modern Arabic and Theology. Amongst his many important publications, was the completion and editing of his teacher's (Shibli Noumani) unfinished work Sirat-un-Nabi after the latter's death in 1914.
Publishers: Dar al-Qalam