“As the era is changing people are looking the Qur’an through different lenses such the lens of poetry, literature, administration, science etc. Many scholars have worked a lot on the many aspects of the Qur’an. But in this book, it is discussed about the literary beauty,precision and its eloquence which Allah has used in the form of word, speech, sentence structure, its interconnections between different surahs and overall structure of the Qur’an All the discussions in this book are presented in the light of the Qur’anic ayaat and readers are encouraged to learn Allah’s speech and appreciate all of them. As the daily life of the ummah is so busy that we hardly get chance to read the Quran. Even if we read, we could not understand it. Even if we understand we can’t ponder over it. This book dive deep into the linguistic perspective of the Qur’an. It drives,inspires and triggers the readers to focus more and more on in-depth meanings in coherence with subtilities of the noble Qur’an.It also helps the reader to explore and reconnect with the Allah’s miraculous revelation of the Quran which is endowed on us as mercy.
Er. Tausique Ahmad Hashmi was born in 1988 in the village Baghtola, Hajipur, Bihar state of India. He started his initial studies from the village Madarsa and primary and secondary school studies from DAV Public school. Further he opted for the Engineering and completed his graduation in Electrical and Electronics Engineering in 2011. He started his professional career in year 2011 and worked for various MNCs companies till now. He was obsessed to learn and understand the Qur’an since young age. His hunger for writing an Islamic book was incepted in his heart in the earlier days itself. And finally, his quest and mission got accomplished in the form of this book.The focus of the author is in Allah’s revelation and appeal to the reader for reading, understanding and reflecting the linguistic miracles of the Qur’an which Allah has sent down on us as mercy.
Valmiki concludes Rama’s story with Yuddhakandam. As the name suggests, this kandam describes the war strategies and actual war between the monkey
army and Rakshasa army after Nala builds the Rama Sethu bridge with the help of monkeys to cross the ocean. Hanuman once again exhibits his heroics in bringing Sanjeevani hill to cure a seriously wounded Lakshmana. An important chapter is that of Adhithya Hrudayam in which the sage Agasthya blesses Rama. Ravana and Indrajit adopt deceptive methods in the war to kill Rama and Lakshmana. Finally, Rama kills Kumbakarna, Indrajit, Ravana, and all his army.
Sita is made to enter the pyre by Rama to prove her purity in the eyes of the public. Returning to Ayodhya, Rama is crowned as the king of Ayodhya with his Pattabhishekam and he rules the kingdom in an excellent manner for many years. Valmiki Ramayanam ends here.
Sanskrit is the source of Indian scriptures. It is the store-house of all that is benign and worthwhile. Most of us are not in a position to unlock the power and glory of our ancient heritage, being out of touch with this divine language. The Srimad Bhagavad Gita is a scripture of enduring and all-encompassing magnificence. Anyone in the entire planet can benefit from a few verses from The Bhagavad Gita. The core teachings of Lord Krishna in The Bhagavad Gita is that where there is virtue, there is the prospect of victory and glory and wherever there exists unrighteousness, injustice and immorality, there is destruction—physical, moral and spiritual .This book is an attempt to unlock the Sanskrit in The Bhagavad Gita using lucid commentary in English and expert grammatical analysis of verses in Devanagari. All the chapters are unique and portray the yoga of self-control, the yoga of meditation, and bhakti-yoga. Free-flowing and essential Sanskrit, Hindi, and English verses make the book useful for all. Well-formatted Anvaya, Prattaya, Samaas, Dhatu words, Pada-indexes, and Sandhi make this edition a useful work for scholars and academicians worldwide.