Here is a wonderful poem by my favorite poet Majeed Amjad. It has nothing to do with the Global citizen Nargis Fakhri. Advertisements
Here are some excerpts from the book Qisas-ul-Anmbia by Ibn Kathir that I find interesting and important. These are often overlooked by Muslim Scholars and Maulanas.
Here are some excerpts from the book Seerat e Ameer Muawiyah (RA) by Maulana Muhammad Nafiah. The purpose is to highlight some pieces from Islamic history many Shia Muslims may not be knowing.
Some numbers have really curious properties! Below are 3 such 3-digit numbers. 196-Algorithm A palindromic number is a number (in some base b) that is the same when written forwards or backwards. Like 16461, for example, it is “symmetrical”. The term palindromic is derived from palindrome, which refers to a word (such as rotor or
Here are two pieces from early Islamic history that many Shia Muslims would not be knowing. I have taken it verbatim from an Urdu textbook on Islamic History by Dr Hameed-ud-Din.
Here is an interesting fact taken verbatim from the book “A Passion for Mathematics” by Clifford A Pickover. Question I quickly toss a number of marbles onto a pillow. You may stare at them for an instant to determine how many marbles are on the pillow. Obviously, if I were to toss just two marbles,
Managing schizophrenia is a significant challenge. The immediate people effected are the patient himself and his family. Though I do not consider myself to be 100% cured, yet I feel that I am content with my life. It is almost 10 years since I was admitted in hospital for my first break. I have learned
Schizophrenia is a complicated disease. It takes a considerable time to recover. I have never heard of it before. Though I have watched the Hollywood movie ‘A Beautiful Mind’ before my diagnosis, but I never bothered to know the name/pronunciation or nature of the disease. It was primarily my interest in Nobel prizes. It took