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Nahjul Balagha Pro

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Nahjul Balagha Pro

◆ 1st on App Store, Nahjul Balagha Pro based on Nahj al Balagha (Arabic: نهج البلاغه), complete original Arabic script with translations in English and Urdu ◆

◆ Elegant Designed Quote Flyer to Save and Share
◆ Daily Quote
◆ iMessage App
◆ Apple Watch App
◆ Apple Mac App

Nahjul Balagha Pro as an app works on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, iMessage, Apple Watch and Mac.

Nahj al Balagha is an anthology of sayings and writings of Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (a.s.) compiled by al-Sayyid al-Radi in late 4th century AH.
"Nahj" means "clear path". Therefore, Nahj al Balagha means the "clear path of eloquence". In the preface of the book, al-Sayyid al-Radi said:
"Nahjul Balagha (Arabic), the pathway of rhetoric would be the appropriate title of the book, in that (nahjul balagha quotes) it would open the doors of eloquence for the reader and shorten its approach for him or her, the scholar and the student would meet their needs from it and the rhetoricians as well as the recluse would find their objectives in it. In this book will be found a wonderful discussion on Allah's Oneness, Justness and His being free from body and form, that will quench every thirst (for learning), provide a cure for every malady (of unbelief) and remove every doubt."

Throughout the sermons, Imam Ali quotes calls people to obey God's orders and abandon prohibitions and in his letters advises his agents to observe the rights of people. Kalimat al-qisar [short sayings] of Nahj al Balagha are a collection of wise sayings (Imam Ali quotes) stated at the peak of eloquence.

In his preface on Nahj al Balagha (Nahjul Balagha), al-Sayyid al-Radi writes in the categorization of topics that,
"In my view Imam Ali Amir Al-Muminin's utterances are divisible in three categories;
◆ Firstly Sermons and Decrees
◆ Secondly Letters and Communications and
◆ Thirdly Maxims and Counsels"
Syed Mohsin Raza