New Book Release: “Aspire – Students of Knowledge” by Shaykh Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi

asSalaamu Alaikum,

Nadwi Foundation is pleased to announce the publication of Aspire – Students of Knowledge by Shaykh Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi. This book is inspirational reading for students of Islamic knowledge, Ulama and general readers alike.

In this collection of speeches, covering a twenty-year period, Shaykh Nadwī deploys his passion and eloquence to set out the importance of the Madrasah, and its role in the face of both the challenges and opportunities of modernity.

Topics Covered

The book consists of two major parts, students and madāris. Part one covers the role and characteristics of students who seek ʾIslāmic knowledge, the challenges they must face, the characteristics and qualities they must develop and key themes of their times and societies which they must challenge. Part two then discusses the role of madāris, the dynamic position and syllabus they should develop and adapt and the preparation of leaders of humanity that they are expected to produce. Shaykh ʾAbū al-Ḥasan’s experiences and directives on the central role of the Madrasah within society and its development alongside the advancement of the society come from his experience and strong leadership of Nadwah and the Muslim community in India.

Product Information Author: ShaykhʾAbū al-HasanʿAlī Nadwī

Format: Paperback

Pages: 128

ISBN: 978-0-9574029-1-1

For more information, please view the publications page on the Nadwi Foundation website: http://www.nadwifoundation.co.uk/publications/

 

 

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