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About the author:
Farzana Moon writes Sufi poetry, historical, biographical Moghul sagas and plays based on the stories from religion and folklore. Published works in the series of her Moghul sagas are: Babur, The First Moghul In India; The Moghul Exile; Divine Akbar and Holy India; The Moghul Hedonist: Glorious Taj and Beloved Immortal. Answers from Mount Hira-biography of Prophet Muhammad is published by Dreamcatcher Books. Holocaust of the East is published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Born and educated in Pakistan, now she is a US citizen.

Irem of the Crimson Desert
 

Authored by Farzana Moon

Irem of the Crimson Desert is a Zodiac splendor, sparkling like one dream-jewel while unveiling the Muslim Paradise built on earth by King Shedad. Destroyed by God's wrath this sacred and fabulous Garden became a dark hole inside the heart of the Arabian Desert. As mentioned in the Quran, Irem is the city of lofty towers, many-columned palaces and exquisite gardens. Lawrence of Arabia called it the Lost Atlantis of the Arabian Desert. Archeologists have discovered this dark hole and are still making discoveries amidst the ruins of the city of Ubar where many-columned Irem once boasted of its palaces grand and enchanting. All that grandeur of the past now comes alive in this single book of historic tides which has kept the city of Irem alive through the lips of the troubadours and storytellers. This book would surely stencil the glorious Irem over the hearts and minds of the bibliophiles while inspiring the archeologists to unearth this replica of Paradise.
Dost thou not consider how thy Lord dealt with many-columned Irem? The like of which was not created in the lands. And with the tribe of Thamud, who clove the rocks in the Valley. Quran 89:6-9


Publication Date:
2010-09-01
ISBN/EAN13:
098462161X / 9780984621613
Page Count:
212
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology




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