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The Essence of Islam volume 2

The Essence of Islam volume 2

Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya Volume 3

Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya Volume 3

Tadhkirah , English Translation

LANGUAGE: English
His are the most exalted attributes. He is the Lord of the throne. He causes His Word to descend on whomsoever of His servants He pleases that He may warn people of the Day of Meeting. [Holy Quran 40:16]

If he had fabricated any saying and attributed it to Us, We would surely have seized him by the right hand, and then surely We would have severed his large artery, and not one of you could have kept Us from it. [Holy Quran 69:45-48]

Divines and commentators agree that these verses furnish an irrefutable test of the truth of a claimant of the receipt of divine revelation. The principle deduced from these verses is that God will not permit one who falsely claims to be a recipient of divine revelation to flourish at all and such a claimant would not survive for a period equal to that of the Prophethood of the Holy Prophet, peace be on him. It is a well-known fact fully publicized that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad maintained his claim of being a recipient of divine revelation for more than 30 years right till the time of his death.

Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was born in February 1835 at Qadian, India and died at Lahore on May 26th 1908. By the time he published his first book Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya in 1880 he had become a recipient of revelation. The successive parts of Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya set forth many of his dreams and visions and the verbal revelations received by him. It became obvious to the readers of Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya that he was destined to be a great force in Islam. Under divine direction, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed to be the Messiah and the Mahdi whose advent had been foretold by the Holy Prophet of Islam (peace be on him).

These are English rendering of the dreams, visions and verbal revelations vouchsafed to Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah and Mahdi, over a period of more than 30 years. The original was compiled from various publications (books, journals and newspapers) in which the material was contemporaneously publicized. Some of the revelations were repeated many times. This was not at the choice of the recipient. Each time the revelation was vouchsafed afresh. This collection of revelations is replete with prophecies many of which have been fulfilled, some of them repeatedly and some await fulfilment.

Some of the verbal revelations are a repetition of verses of the Holy Quran. Their purpose is to emphasize some aspects of the connotation of the verses and their applicability to a particular set of circumstances. The revelation of a Quranic verse does not import any addition to the Holy Quran.

It is hoped that a rendering into English of all this material would be found most helpful by seekers after truth in this age and in succeeding ages who may not have, for lack of knowledge of the original, access to the actual words in which the revelation is expressed.

First Urdu Edition was printed in 1935 in Qadian, India

First English Translation by Sir Muhammad Zafrullah Khan, printed in UK in 1976

Present edition was revised by a team of members in USA headed by Munawar Ahmed Saeed Sahib and printed in UK in 2009
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His are the most exalted attributes. He is the Lord of the throne. He causes His Word to descend on whomsoever of His servants He pleases that He may warn people of the Day of Meeting. [Holy Quran 40:16]

If he had fabricated any saying and attributed it to Us, We would surely have seized him by the right hand, and then surely We would have severed his large artery, and not one of you could have kept Us from it. [Holy Quran 69:45-48]

Divines and commentators agree that these verses furnish an irrefutable test of the truth of a claimant of the receipt of divine revelation. The principle deduced from these verses is that God will not permit one who falsely claims to be a recipient of divine revelation to flourish at all and such a claimant would not survive for a period equal to that of the Prophethood of the Holy Prophet, peace be on him. It is a well-known fact fully publicized that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad maintained his claim of being a recipient of divine revelation for more than 30 years right till the time of his death.

Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was born in February 1835 at Qadian, India and died at Lahore on May 26th 1908. By the time he published his first book Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya in 1880 he had become a recipient of revelation. The successive parts of Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya set forth many of his dreams and visions and the verbal revelations received by him. It became obvious to the readers of Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya that he was destined to be a great force in Islam. Under divine direction, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed to be the Messiah and the Mahdi whose advent had been foretold by the Holy Prophet of Islam (peace be on him).

These are English rendering of the dreams, visions and verbal revelations vouchsafed to Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah and Mahdi, over a period of more than 30 years. The original was compiled from various publications (books, journals and newspapers) in which the material was contemporaneously publicized. Some of the revelations were repeated many times. This was not at the choice of the recipient. Each time the revelation was vouchsafed afresh. This collection of revelations is replete with prophecies many of which have been fulfilled, some of them repeatedly and some await fulfilment.

Some of the verbal revelations are a repetition of verses of the Holy Quran. Their purpose is to emphasize some aspects of the connotation of the verses and their applicability to a particular set of circumstances. The revelation of a Quranic verse does not import any addition to the Holy Quran.

It is hoped that a rendering into English of all this material would be found most helpful by seekers after truth in this age and in succeeding ages who may not have, for lack of knowledge of the original, access to the actual words in which the revelation is expressed.

First Urdu Edition was printed in 1935 in Qadian, India

First English Translation by Sir Muhammad Zafrullah Khan, printed in UK in 1976

Present edition was revised by a team of members in USA headed by Munawar Ahmed Saeed Sahib and printed in UK in 2009
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Language English