Topics: Qur'an, Arabic language, Muhammad Pages: 3 (911 words) Published: May 5, 2013
Book Review: Mushaf
“Mushaf” is an excellent and marvelous piece of work by “Nimra Ahmad”. The novel is beautifully woven itself. The opening of this novel is full of suspense which draws the reader towards giving full attention and consideration till the end of the novel. The strings of the novel are not intermingled even at a single point and all the things are clear and well-defined throughout. As far as public inspiration is concerned, one can get a lot from it. Beauty of relationship, strength of love, character and love for Allah Almighty are all these described at the same time. While reading the novel, one can feel the extent to which the writer has researched in order to create each scene in the plot of her novel. We can even say that no one scholar can describe our relationship with Quran and Allah Almighty as effectively as she has done and conveyed it to the reader in thoroughly impressive way which is the best ever point of this novel. Mushaf means “Quran” and commonly used it for the Quran in the arabic countries. In Hadees-e-Quodsi

Aye ibne Adam!!!!!
Ik Teri Chahat Hai Or Ik Meri Chahat Hai
Ho ga Toh Wohi Jo Meri Chahat Hai
Haan Agar Tu nay Superd (hawale) Kar dia Khud Ko
Us kay Jo Meri Chahat hai
Toh Main Tujhe Woh Bhi Doon ga Jo Teri Chahat Hai...
Or Agar Tu nay Mukhalfat Ki Us ki Jo Meri Chahat Hai
Tu Main Thaka Doon ga Tujhe Us Main Jo Teri Chahat Hai
Phir Hoga Wohi Jo Meri Chahat Hai.....
The basic theme of this marvelous novel expresses by this Hadees beautifully, that’s I thought personally. One who puts his will for Allah, Allah bless him everything, as Allah has no difficulty for any work. As in Quran, “He just says, “Qun” (Do) then it will done” One who always wishes for the Allah and did his actions according to the teachings given by the Islam, will surely succeed in this world and also on the day of Judgement. People who got it (Mushaf), and understands it, succeeded in this world of illusion and on the Doomsday. As in...
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