Tamim Al-Ansari (Tameem ul-Ansari) is a Muslim saint and Sahabi (companion of the Prophet Muhammad). Born in Medina, he visited Asia and lived in Sindh, in today’s Pakistan, for 18 years, making him a beloved religious figure in the region. Today his tomb is situated in Kovalam, Tamil Nadu, in south-eastern India with many legends rotating about the posthumous travel of his body.
This rare pamphlet in Pashtu language was printed in Lahore, Pakistan, by a Nazeri Press in 1864.
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