78eeb4e9f3296 Khutbaat-e-Nadeem is a book in Urdu language, written by Maulana Wahiduddin Khan. In this book Maulana Wahiduddin Khan has presented the thoughts of many Prophets and holy personalities in their complete forms.
The author has compiled quotes from what they said when they were happy, sad or in a difficult situation in order to provide input for times when we need guidance. The introduction of this book contains a summary of experiences narrated by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and his Companions - evidences which cannot be denied.
The book has been published by Idarah e Tahqeeqat, Mumbai. The book contains 13 chapters and each chapter is based upon the experiences of a particular Prophet and his companions. Every chapter begins with the name and nickname of the main character and also mentions his (Prophet) father's name, family life, place of birth, brothers and sisters. Next we read about the experience of this main character during childhood and how he began to address people – either as a child or as an adult. Then we find quotations from that Prophet about attaining happiness in life. Each chapter ends with a prayer that can be recited by the reader at any time when guidance is needed.
The book, Khutbaat-e-Nadeem is available in print and digital format. It is also available as audiobook format. The book has been published as an Urdu language book with Persian Translation added as an appendix called "Amir e Nadeem".
In 2018, a Hindi translation of the same book was published by Muazzin Madrassa from Mumbai under the title "Khutbat-e-Maulana Wahiduddin Khan.
It is the only book in the world of its kind, which is based on the experiences of all of Prophet Muhammad's companions.
The book is available in both Hindi and English languages. It has been published by Muazzin Madrassa. The Hindi version has been published under the title "Khutbat-e-Maulana Wahiduddin Khan".
Khutbaat-e-Nadeem originally started as a Ghazal poetry magazine by Maulana Wahiduddin Khan, one of the most prominent Muslims of his time, who was known for his rich knowledge in Arabic language. The magazine was named "Khatim e Madrasah" (Leader of the Madrasa). Maulana Wahiduddin Khan started this magazine with his own money. He was under the impression that only knowledge is important in religion. Khutbaat-e-Nadeem started in April 1999 and ended in 1999, but then it was re-started again in order to publish the book compiled from the articles of all its issues. The book contains 111 chapters, each chapter focuses on one incident of a chosen Prophet's life.
The magazines contained ghazals, which were amazing and so attractive to the followers of Islam that they kept asking for more copies.
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