The ways and wont of Prophet Muhammad and his utterances from a living commentary on and a supplement to the Quran. First published in 1905, this volume contains some of the finest sayings of the Prophet and attracted the attention of minds widely removed from the ranks of orthodox Islam, including Count Leo Tolstoy, This booklet helps us to appraise the real personality of the Prophet, remove misconceptions as to the meaning and message of Islam particularly with regard to its tolerance and the status of women. M.K. Gandhi has described this collection as among the treasures of mankind, not merely Muslims.
Author: Sir Abdullah Suhrwardy