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Books Section > by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Sahib of Qadian > A Complete List of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Sahib's Books > Summary of Nishan-i-Aasmani

Summary of Nishan-i-Aasmani:
26 May, 1892


Published on May 26, 1892, in this book Hazrat Mirza Sahib has recorded the prophecies made by various recipients of divine inspiration concerning his person. One such person was Saaeen Gulab Shah a mystic of Ludhiana, who announced that Jesus of Nazareth had died while the Promised Messiah had been born in the town of Qadian near Batala and his name was Ghulam Ahmad. Another significant prophecy was made by Shah Ni‘matullah Wali who has drawn a clear picture of the present age in his poetic verses and then mentioned the advent of the Promised Messiah whose name is given as Ahmad. Hazrat Mirza Sahib has explained this prophecy beautifully in this book, saying that as the Holy Prophet’s name Ahmad is a manifestation of the aspect of beauty in the Makkan period of his life, so is the Promised Messiah metaphorically called ‘Ahmad’ as he was to make the beauty of the teachings of Islam manifest by means of his profound knowledge and powerful arguments thus establishing the dominance of Islam over all other religions of the world. A detailed discussion can be found in the book itself. It is especially important to read this book because in later days, the maulvis have fabricated many Persian poems and attributed them to Shah Nimatullah Wali in an attempt to refute the prophecies he made about Hazrat Mirza Sahib. Couched as they are in very imperfect language, these poems are evidently the creation of a later date and are not to be credited with any historical value.


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