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Al Khasais-ul-Kubra is a book written by Egyptian writer Jalaluddin Al-Suyuti (1445–1505 CE), a distinguished Islamic scholar. The book deals with the miracles attributed to Islamic prophet, Muhammad.[1][2]


The book is divided into two parts. The first part basically describes the various miraculous and extraordinary events related and attributed to Muhammad. These include events before his birth up to the Tabouk expedition. Notable among the miracles described in the first part of this book are:

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Urdu version online


  1. ^ Al-Khasais-ul-Kubra. Translated by Makbul Ahmed. Lahore: Ziaul Quran Publications. Retrieved 14 July 2013
  2. ^ "Bulletin of the New York Public Library, Volume 15". New York Public Library. 1911. p. 235. Retrieved 21 January 2015.