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Naseer Ahmad Nasir

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Naseer Ahmad Nasir (Urdu: نصیر احمد ناصر) was an Islamic scholar and philosopher from Pakistan, born in 1910. He wrote a biography of Muhammad, Paighambar e Azam O Aakhir.[1]

Aesthetics and Quran[edit]

Nasir researched aesthetics and its foundations in the Quran.[citation needed] This work eventually was published in a book, Jamaliaat Quran e Hakeem Ki Roshani Mai ("Aesthetics in the Light of the Quran").


  • Hussan e Quran. Part 1 (Surat 1-16)
  • Hussan e Quran. Part 2 (Surat 17-114)
  • A unique completely comprehensible, self explanatory and revolutionary translation of the Holy Quran in the URDU language-1996
  • Aakhri Tamana ("Final Desire")
  • Arzoo e Hussan ("The Desire of beauty")
  • Falsafa Tauheed ("The Philosophy of Tauheed")
  • Falsfa Hussan ("The Philosophy of beauty")
  • Hareef e Adam ("The Enemy of Adam")
  • Hussan e Inkalaab ("The Beautiful Revolution")
  • Islami Moashray Ki Tameer e Nau ("The Reconstruction of Islamic Society")
  • Jamaliaat Quran e Hakeem Ki Roshani Mai ("Aesthetics in the Light of the Quran")
  • Kitab i Zindagi ("The Book of Life")
  • Paighambar e Azam O Aakhir ("The greatest and final Prophet")
  • Rudad i Safar i Hijaz ("The account of the journey to Hijaz")
  • Quran O Insaan Falsafa Akhirat ("Quran and Man: the Philosophy of Judgment Day")
  • Quran O Insan Falsafa Risalat ("Quran and Man, the philosophy of Prophethood")
  • Shaitan Ka Jamaliati Faraib ("The Aesthatic Attack of Satan")
  • Sir Guzshat e Falsafa (I) ("The Story of Philosophy, Part 1")
  • Sir Guzshat e Falsafa (II) ("The Story of Philosophy, Part 2")
  • Soach ("Thinking")
  • Tarb O Karab ("The Suffering and Pain")
  • Tareekh e Jamaliaat (Jild Awal) ("The Story of Aesthetics, Vol. I")
  • Tareekh e Jamaliaat (Jild Doaim) ("The Story of Aesthetics, Vol. II")



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