Library & Book Store

This section would offer a wide selection of Islamic books, competitive prices, efficient and innovative payment systems, fast delivery at customers' doorsteps and a host of value added e-mail services.

 

  • The virtually unlimited online shelf space will enable us to offer more than a million titles, which can be accessed using a very efficient search and retrieval interface.
  • A unique subject browsing facility to empower a customer to view books by subject categories without any interference, so as to enable him to take a well-informed decision.

  • Customers can also look forward to fast delivery at their doorsteps as well as efficient payment systems.

  • The store would ensure complete ease and security of payments with the assurance of safety in delivery of goods.

  • We will committ ourselves to the highest degree of customer satisfaction and delivery of inspiring and personalised e-commerce experience.

  • We will also provide our visitors with e-mail service which enables the visitors to submit the list of the books they would want to buy from us in future.

  • All these features will be complemented with a compelling content that includes interviews, news, events, author profiles, book reviews and all interesting facts about authors and books.


     

 

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Washington Irving on Hazrat Ali

(1783-1859)  Well-known as the “first American man of letters”.

q       "He was one of the last and worthiest of the primitive Moslems, who imbibed his religious enthusiasm from companionship with the Prophet himself, and followed to the last the simplicity of his example.  He is honourably spoken of as the first Caliph who accorded some protection to Belles-Lettres.  He indulged in the poetic vein himself, and many of his maxims and proverbs are preserved, and have been translated in various languages.  His signet bore this inscription: 'The kingdom belongs to God'.  One of his sayings shows the little value he set upon the transitory glories of this world, 'Life is but the shadow of a cloud - the dream of a sleeper'."

[Lives of the Successors of Mahomet, London, 1850, pp. 187-8]