Muhammad Bin Qasim By Naseem Hijazi

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Naseem Hijazi was the creator of the book Muhammad Bin Qasim Novel. Another excellent historical work of Naseem Hijazi. Mohammad Ibn Qasam was an outstanding military commander. At the beginning of the reign of the Muslims, He was the leader of the war in Sindh. He was the nephew of Hajjaj bin Yousaf, head of the governorate of Iraq. Hajjaj was a highly popular military chief too. Muhammad Bin Qasim By Naseem Hijazi.

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Presenting a Hero from the past Muhammad Bin Qasim (Same Book Name) is a historical Urdu novel written by renowned Urdu writer Naseem Hijazi about The life of Muhammad Bin Qasim. It is a biography of the life of Muhammad Bin Qasim. The book seeks out numerous facts about Muhammad bin Qasim’s life.

Muhammad Bin Qasim By Naseem Hijazi

Muhammad bin Qasim biography

Naseem Hijazi is a renowned historical narrative writer who has written several books on subjects from the past.

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His writing style is so beautiful and smooth that it keeps the readers’ fascination throughout the narrative. He has written books on numerous historical events.

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Muhammad bin Qasim was born in the year 695 AD. He was a member of the Saqqafi tribe, which come out of Taif which is located in Arabia. He was raised in the maternal care of his mother. He soon became a source of income for Uncle Muhammad Ibn Yusuf, the governor of Yemen.

Muhammad bin Qasim achievements

His expertise, judgment, and expertise left many officers in the dust and forced the governor to make him a member of the department of state.

Muhammad bin Qasim death history in Urdu

Also, he was a relative and a close relative of Hajjaj bin Yousuf Due to Hajjaj’s influence. Hajjaj his son Muhammad bin Qasim was appointed the governor of Persia as a teenager He also quelled the rebels in the region.

Muhammad bin Qasim death reason

Additionally, there is a common tradition that depicts him as the son-in-law of Hajjaj bin Yousuf. He defeated and ruled the Sindh as well as the Punjab regions that lie along the Indus River to secure his Umayyad Caliphate.

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There are long- and short-term reasons for the conquering of India. Arabs were trading with India as well as Eastern Asia. Trade was carried out via sea routes; however, the route was not safe because of the plundering by pirates. Pirates of Sindh. Also, the Arab rebels also have sanctuary in Sindh. This is why the Umayyad were determined to consolidate their power as well as protect the trade battle. Under Hajjaj’s administration during the time of his governorship, during his time, the Mids of Debal (Pirates) took Ceylon’s gifts from its leader to Hijjaj and then attacked the ships of Arab which were carrying widows and orphans from Muslim soldiers who had died during the war in Sri Lanka. This gave the Umayyad Caliphate a legitimate cause that helped them gain a place in the Makran as well as Sindh regions.

Summary and Review:

The novel’s plot is set around the seventh century, which was in the sub-continent, the ruler was Raja Dahar. In the novel’s story, Raja Dahar’s military scolds the ships of travelers within the valley of Indus including Sindh. In such a tense situation there is a need for Umayyad commander Hajjaj bin Yusuf leads his son, Muhammad Bin Qasim, to save the travelers. After having won Sindh it was believed that he introduced Islam to South Asia, eliminated the unfair system of class, and recognized a system of society based on justice.

Book/Title Muhammad Bin Qasim
Author/Writer Naseem Hijazi
Pages 320
Category Novel
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