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Encyclopaedia of Islam (25 Vols-Set)

M Mukarram Ahmed

ISBN 10: 8126123397 / ISBN 13: 9788126123391
Published by Anmol, New Delhi, 2005
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Contents Vol. I Introduction to Islam Preface. I. The backdrop 1. Pre Islamic beliefs. 2. Christian belief. II. Islam on the scene 3. Islamic belief. 4. Obligatory acts of worship. 5. Eternal sources. 6. The invitation. III. Holy model lives 7. Model for the world. 8. Holy mothers. 9. Pious Caliphs. 10. The chosen ones. IV. Social orientation 11. Islamic society. 12. Family life. 13. One community. 14. Women's status. 15. Restraints for women. V. The morality 16. The ethics. 17. Facets of morality. Bibliography. References. Index. Vol. II Fundamentals of Islam Preface. I. The beliefs 1. Concept and perception. 2. Fundamental beliefs. 3. Allah the almighty. 4. The prophet. 5. The faith. 6. The duties. 7. The foundations. 8. The unseen. 9. The gems. 10. The guidance. 11. The mysticism. 12. Earlier prophets. 13. Holy prophet. 14. Pious caliphs. 15. Great ladies. 16. Ideology of Islam. 17. Polity and society. 18. Essence of faith. II. Place of worship (Mosque) 19. Prayer in Islam. 20. Institution of mosque. 21. Religious significance. 22. Collective significance. 23. Significance of Khutba. 24. Literary and cultural significance. 25. Beautifying a mosque. Bibliography. References. Index. Vol. III Obligations in Islam Preface. I. Social life 1. Concept of social relations. 2. Social duties. 3. Parents rights. 4. Relatives rights and duties. 5. Children's rights. 6. Mutual responsibilities. 7. Ideal family. 8. Valuable practices. 9. Duty towards guests. 10. The friendship. II. The morality 11. Moral values. 12. Morality in life. 13. The ethics. 14. Significance of learning. 15. The brotherhood. 16. Independence from evils. 17. Divinely ordained system. 18. Moral philosophy. Bibliography. References. Index. Vol. IV Manners in Islam Preface. I. Routine etiquettes 1. The concept. 2. Routine etiquettes. 3. Safe life. 4. Respect and regards. 5. Routine manners. II. Faithful practice 6. Religious affairs. 7. Real worshipping. 8. The last journey. 9. Natural faith. 10. Reaction in different conditions. 11. Spreading the message. Bibliography. References. Index. Vol. V Islam's Message Preface. 1. Basic concept. 2. Message of faith. 3. Source of knowledge. 4. Fundamental ideology. 5. Practical teaching. 6. Historic charter. 7. Prophet's legacy. 8. Companions message. 9. Comparative study. Bibliography. References. Index. Vol. VI Islamic Wisdom Preface. I. The tradition 1. Tradition of intellect. 2. Divine law. 3. Holiest model. 4. The foundation. II. The perception 5. Philosophy and ideology. 6. Progressive thoughts. 7. Approach to science. III. Theory 8. Fundamental beliefs. 9. Basic ideology. 10. Religion as routine. 11. Practical aspects. 12. Other aspects. 13. Treatment in morality. 14. Economic conduct. IV. Perspective 15. Administrative principles. 16. Deteriorating civilization. V. Exposure 17. Western influence. 18. Welfare state. Bibliography. References. Index. Vol. VII Islam's Campaign Against Evil Preface. I. Concept and perceptions 1. Search for the right. 2. Prophets and revolutionaries. 3. Role of prophets. 4. Quranic perceptions. 5. Concept of universality. II. The crusade 6. Fight against evils. 6. Great proclamation. 8. Missions for liberation and salvation. III. Practical solution 9. Great revolution. 10. Consolidation of power. 11. Critical years. IV. System at work 12. Evolution of polity. 13. Total obedience. 14. Art of governance. 15. Islamic law. Bibliography. References. Index. Vol. VIII Rights and Liberties Under Islam Preface. 1. Fundamentals of justice. 2. Fundamental issues. 3. Perception in Islam. 4. Fundamental rights. 5. Rights and liberties. 6. Legal rights. 7. Legal protection. 8. Role of society. 9. Social orientation. 10. Modern interpretation. 11. The comparison. Bibliography. References. Index. Vol. IX Islam's Revolutionary Role Preface. 1. Magnanimity of Islam. 2. Social orientation. 3. Universal orientation. 4. Islam's impact. 5. Islam India combine. 6. Heritage of Islam. 7. Islam for peace. 8. Princip. Bookseller Inventory # 56340

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Title: Encyclopaedia of Islam (25 Vols-Set)

Publisher: Anmol, New Delhi

Publication Date: 2005

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