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ePub Ninety-nine names of Allah: The beautiful names = [Asm̄aʼ al-ḥusná] (Harper colophon books ; CN621) download
Author:
Shems Friedlander
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978-0060906214
ISBN:
0060906219
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Harper & Row; 1st edition (1978)
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In fact, if you are looking for a book that sets out the principles and philosophies behind the Islamic faith then this isn't your book

In fact, if you are looking for a book that sets out the principles and philosophies behind the Islamic faith then this isn't your book. The title refers to the ninety-nine names of Allah found in the Koran.

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ISBN 10: 0060906219 ISBN 13: 9780060906214. Publisher: Harper & Row, 1978.

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Shems Friedlanders, al-Hajj Shaikh Muzaffereddin ; calligraphy, Hamid al-Amidi ; Arabic and Turkish translation, Tevfik Topuzoglu. Arabic (also in). Related Title. Harper Colophon Books ; CN621. New York : Harper & Row, 1978.

Download 99 Names of Allah. Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) said, Allah has ninety-nine names, . Sahih Muslim Book-48 Hadith-5). Download 99 Names of Allah. one-hundred minus one, and whoever knows them will go to Paradise. Sahih Bukhari 50:894). Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) as saying: There are ninety-nine names of Allah; he who commits them to memory would get into Paradise. 99 names of Allah – Meaning and Explanation.

com User, May 19, 2003. I am not a Muslim, but I love this book. Each page has one of the names of God, illlustrated in beautiful calligraphy, with a transliteration of the Arabic, and an English translation.

SAW said, Allah has ninety-nine names, . Through it, the speaker can effectively communicate the meaning to bring the listener’s understanding to an idea that is wanted. use this approach to convey an idea. one-hundred minus one, and whoever knows. them will go to Paradise. Sahih Al-Bukhari – Book 50 Hadith 894. Abu Huraira reported Prophet Muhammad. SAW as saying: Verily, there are ninety-nine. This study aims to examine the function of kinayah in the amthal of Rasulullah . as well as the idea that he built to convey an idea

Redirected from Ninety-nine names of God). According to a hadith, there are at least 99 Names of Allah, known as the ʾasmāʾu llāhi l-ḥusnā (Arabic: أسماء الله الحسنى‎ Beautiful Names of Allah).

Redirected from Ninety-nine names of God). The names are also called 99 Attributes of Allah. According to Sahih Bukhari Hadith: There's another Sahih Muslim Hadith: The Quran refers to God's Most Beautiful Names (al-ʾasmāʾ al-ḥusná) in several Surahs

Meditation on and repetition of the names of Allah as a mantra is the basis for any serious study of Islamic mysticism. This book offers the translations, meanings and meditations for 99 names found in the Qu'ran. With both Arabic and English translations, this illustrated book offers the essence of Sufi teachings and practice.
  • Excellent book in very good condition, reasonably priced, fast shipping, good customer service. Had a copy when it was first published in early 80s which became so worn it fell apart. Excellent calligraphy and inspiring. Recommended!

  • I am not a Muslim, but I love this book. Each page has one of the names of God, illlustrated in beautiful calligraphy, with a transliteration of the Arabic, and an English translation. For example, "Al-Hakim, The Wise, He who has wisdom in all orders and actions." Then it has a brief word of advice about praying this name and the beneficial results of that prayer. This is not a book to READ about Islam or about God, but a book to PRAY. I have bought several copies and given them as gifts to Muslim friends. It's a shame that it's out of print.

  • The content is fabulous. I've owned several copies. This one was written in. I wish I had known that.

  • This book is a reap off. Mr. Shems Friedlander should not have lend his name to such a bad book.

    I was expecting deep and meaningful insight in holy names of Allah instead what I got was name of Allah reduced to Magic Spells ( If you recite this 10 times, this or that will happen. Give me a break!!!)

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  • It is exactly what I was looking for. It has the names and the meanings.It is recommended for anyone who would love to know the meaning of the Almighty's names.

  • NINETY-NINE NAMES OF ALLAH is not a lengthy treatise or a historical account of Allah and Islam. In fact, if you are looking for a book that sets out the principles and philosophies behind the Islamic faith then this isn't your book. This book was written for the purpose of meditation, to assist in further contemplating the glory and ineffable splendor of Allah.
    The title refers to the ninety-nine names of Allah found in the Koran. Allah is said to have 3000 names: 1,000 known strictly by angels, 1,000 known only by the prophets; the 300 of the Torah (Old Testament of the Bible); the 300 of the Psalms of David; the 300 of the New Testament; the 99 of the Koran; and, the 3000th name, the greatest name, said to have been hidden by Allah.
    The book itself is short, totaling a little over one-hundred pages excluding the preface. Each page contains one of the 99 names with a very brief explanation of its meaning, instruction on how to invoke its power, and the effect of doing so. And, without oversimplifying it, that's it.
    You can look at this book in two ways: the first, a cute little book that would be a welcomed, though probably brief, talking piece and addition to the coffee table; and, the second, a vehicle "to find the One who is named," in which case no one can ever speculate and tell you of its potential value and rewards.
    --ross saciuk

  • This is a nice little book that is supposedly for meditation. On each page, it has arabic calligraphy of a particular name of God, its transliteration, its translation, and a few short words on the effects of meditating (or remembering Allah through this name, called "dhikr") using this name.
    It is based on the teachings of the Sufis. Although the importance of dhikr is universally acknowledged within Islam, this is the first time I have seen someone say that remembering God through these names will produce these particular results. For example: Al-Wali, one who remembers Allah through this is likely to become a Waliullah. It does not explain from where these beliefs are derived. A nice, short, interesting piece nontheless