Muhammad Akbar

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Muhammad Akbar
Born 1954
Muzaffargarh, Punjab, Pakistan
Died 16 February 2000(2000-02-16) (aged 46)
Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Era 20th Century
Region Islamic philosophy
Main interests Quran, Tafseer,

Muhammad Akbar (Urdu: محمداکبر‎) was an Islamic Scholar from Muzaffargarh, Punjab, Pakistan. He wrote a book after research and thinking of many years on Quran with the name of “ALLAH” in Urdu. This book was published on September 1996. In his book, he included references only from Quran.


His formal education was only F.A. (Faculty of Arts) which is equal to A-Level.


He wrote on many subjects like

  • Baad az Marg (بعد از مرگ)(English:Life After death )
  • Nikkah[1](نکاح)(English:Wedding )
  • Talaq[2](طلاق)(English:Divorce )
  • Halal o Haram(حلال و حرام)(English:Clean and Prohibited Animals )
  • Faskh karny wali Ayat(فسخ کرنے والی آیات)(English:Verses That Abrogated Other Verses)
  • Bible(بائبل)(English:Bible)
  • Namaz(نماز)(English:Prayers)
  • Roza(روزہ)(English:Fast)
  • Wafat e Masah(وفات مسیح)(English:Death of Jesus)
  • Aamad e Masih(آمد مسیح)(English:Second Coming of Jesus)
  • Imam Mehdi(امام مہدی)
  • Wirasat(وراثت)(English:Inheritances)
  • Wasihat Ki Ahmiat(وصیت کی اہمیت)(English:Importance of Will)
  • Zulqarnain Kon?[3](ذوالقرنین کون؟)(English:Who is Dhul-Qarnayn?)
  • Zakat(زکوٰۃ)
  • Usar(عُشر)
  • Mi'raj Ki Haqiqat(معراج کی حقیقت)(English:Reality of ascending of Muhammad from earth to heaven)
  • Khilafat, Malukiat and Jamuriat(خلافت، بادشاہت اور جمہوریت)(English:Caliphate Kingdom and Democracy)
  • Islami Qanoon(اسلامی قانون)(English:Islamic Law)

Other than these articles he also wrote more than 100 articles.


He was died on February 16, 2000 he died due to Brain Hemorrhage at Nishtar Medical College, Multan.


  1. ^ Book: Nikkah O Talaq
  2. ^ Book: Nikkah O Talaq
  3. ^ Book: Zulqarnain Kon?

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