Imam Ali's (AS) book translated into Tatar language published in Russia History
Moscow, April 1, IRNA – Some parts of Imam Ali's (AS) famous book, Nahj-ul Balagha, was translated into Tatar language for the first time and published in Russia, it was reported on Thursday.
Mohammad Alam Mostafa has made the translation into Tatar language.
Nahj-ul Balagha ('The Peak of Eloquence') is a collection of sermons, letters, tafsirs and narrations attributed to Imam Ali (AS), cousin and son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
The book was jointly translated by Institute for Islamic Studies in Russia in cooperation with the Religious Institute of Ikhlas (purification) and Ufa and Owais Qarni Wisdom institute.
The book narrates from Imam Ali (AS) on a wide variety of topics including metaphysics, theology, fiqh, tafsir, hadith, prophetology, imamate, ethics, social philosophy, history, politics, administration, civics, science, rhetoric, poetry and the creation of the World.
Translator of the book is Mohammad Alam Mostafa who is the praying leader of Ikhlas mosque in the city of Ufa, capital of Bashkiria.