About of Ibn Battuta

 Ibn Battuta

In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

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Almighty Allah has said in Surah Al-An’am verse 11 in the Holy Qur’an: “Tell them to walk in the land and see what was the end of the deniers.” This is as if it is a permission for a purposeful entertainment. In the blessed lives of the prophets to Travel is mentioned. Hazrat Adam (PBUH) traveled from heaven to earth, Prophet Noah’s ark was on a water voyage for a while, Hazrat Ibrahim (PBUH) traveled from Iraq to Palestine and then several times to the Holy Hijaz. The details of the journey of Prophet Moses (peace be upon him) have been narrated in detail in the Holy Quran and the life of Khatam-ul-Anbiya Mohsin Insanitat has been filled with many blessings under the title of conditions of migration and conquests. The journey from this world to this world is the last that is necessary for every soul. Every living nation that wants to maintain its existence in the world wants to be aware of the conditions of the world. Tourism has always been the lifeblood of living nations.

Ibn Battuta is a great Muslim traveler. His name is Ibn Battuta. He was born on February 13, 1304 in the small town of Nangir in Morocco. He also wrote a famous travelogue “Rahala”.He has narrated the story of a journey of 75,000 miles. He traveled in the form of caravans and sometimes alone. During this time he visited all Islamic countries and also visited some parts of Smarta and China. Ibn Battuta is a scholar. He was the head of the family. 

His family belonged to the Qaza department. Most of the judges in the local area belonged to Ibn Battuta’s family. He also studied Islamic jurisprudence and Qaza in his childhood and early Shabab. At the age of 21, he started his journey by performing Hajj. 

During this time, he also learned from various Shafi’i jurists of Egypt, Syria and Hijaz and participated in the lectures of eminent scholars on this school of jurisprudence. Due to his efforts, he was well versed in the science of jurisprudence and jurisprudence and he was able to hold the important position of jurisprudence in any court.Due to his academic endeavors, he was well versed in the science of jurisprudence and jurisprudence and was able to hold an important position in any court.Due to his academic endeavors, he was well versed in the science of jurisprudence and jurisprudence and was able to hold an important position in any court.

He chose Egypt for the position of Qaza, but arrived there, but the tourist nature was ready to travel to Kosiro and, seeking knowledge and trade as a means to achieve the goal, set out on a journey across the country and decided in principle not to repeat the same route. During this journey he met kings, governors, sultans and rulers. The stories of his long travels were not without interest for the people of this ruling class. In these meetings Ibn Battuta where his He would present the detailed situation in a very pleasant manner and would also arrange for Zadra for the next trip there. Remember that in those days newspapers and other sources of information that are available today were not available and the conditions of other worlds were known only through the mouths of such tourists, so whenever a tourist arrived, the people, the rulers and the people all Jim Ghafir used to gather around them and the word of mouth of the country and the situation of the village.

For a long time he traveled in Africa, the Arabian Desert, and Central Asia. During this time, he traveled extensively in deserts, rivers, and seas. According to his writings, he traveled from the Gobi Desert to Genghis Khan. He also stayed in Hijaz for three years but once again tourism prevailed. Now he heard that a ruler named Muhammad bin Tughlaq is in power in Delhi. This king’s knowledge and friendliness was very famous then Ibn Battuta He set out for Delhi and dared to go to the court of this king. This time he chose new routes and via Turkey he crossed the Russian territories from Samarkandubakhara to Afghanistan and then crossed the Hindu Kush to the river. He entered South Asia via Sindh. When he was entering the Indian subcontinent, according to him, it was September 12, 1333. According to one estimate, he made such a long journey of one year.Decided in a short time.

Ibn Batuta’s city had already reached here before his arrival in Delhi. Shah Muhammad ibn Tughlaq came out of Delhi to receive Ibn Batuta and took him by the hand. Many gifts and presents were presented. The king praised Ibn Batuta’s virtue. 

Due to his knowledge, he was offered the post of Qaza of Delhi on which Ibn Battuta continued to perform his official duties for years. Shah Muhammad ibn Tughlaq was at the same time very compassionate and very cruel in his temperament. Forgiving enemies and hanging friends on the cross. Ibn Battuta was very much afraid of his nature. Once when the king sent Ibn Battuta as his ambassador to the kingdom of China, on the way the robbers surrounded his caravan. The gifts were looted. Fearing Ibn Batuta Sultan, the Maldives was repaired and remained hidden there for two years, but during this time the position of Qaza remained in his saucer. 

Tourism in the Maldives, Bengal and Assam and its conditions have also written in detail in his book. In these countries, he was also involved in politics, got married in the royal family, and also took part in wars. After a while, his interest in traveling to China stole him. They anchored at the port of Khartoum, where the local Muslim king helped them to travel to China by sea, and they also visited Beijing at that time. From there, they returned to Baghdad via Smarta, Malabar, and the Persian Gulf Arrived. From Baghdad to Syria and then through Egypt. In 1348, he performed the last Hajj of his life for which he congratulated the journey to the Holy Hijaz. He returned to Baghdad via Smarta, Malabar, and the Persian Gulf. From Baghdad to Syria, and then through Egypt, he performed the last Hajj of his life in 1348. He congratulated the journey to the Holy Hijaz. He returned to Baghdad via Smarta, Malabar, and the Persian Gulf. From Baghdad to Syria, and then through Egypt, he performed the last Hajj of his life in 1348. He congratulated the journey to the Holy Hijaz.

But so far he had not seen two Muslim countries, so around 1350 he set out for Granada, the last city in Muslim Spain. After that he reformed West Sudan. During this time he spent a year in the African country of Mali. His writings are the most authoritative source of the African situation of the time. Old age was knocking on his doorstep and youth was leaving with its energies and strengths. Returning to his homeland Morocco, he began penning his memoirs at the king’s request and at the same time performing the duties of Qaza. In his last years he lost his sight and in 1368 this great tourist was called to death. He was buried in his native village. ۔

His book “Rahla” is the only book of its kind. The historical, cultural and political conditions of his time are described in great detail in this book. Ibn Battuta met 60 kings, many ministers and governors and about two thousand people. There were those who had a personal relationship with Ibn Battuta. These people belonged to the whole Islamic world. Asia, Africa and some parts of Europe were trampled under his feet and how many waves of seas and rivers saw Ibn Battuta. His book lacks geographical knowledge because he was probably a man of law and a mere hobby made him a tourist. His book does not even mention the search for a new land.

Mohsin Insaniyat used to choose one way or the other for his return. This is a lesson for the Ummah to expand the habit of observation. By traveling, the secrets of other worlds are revealed to man. Taste increases. A person who travels learns about the history and geography of nations. As a result, where there is psychological confidence, there is an increase in leadership abilities, and whenever a person reaches a collective decision, the world of the past. The mysteries and experiences of humanity are before him and he can guide his country, nation and people in the right way. Above all, the conditions that are recorded after the journey are the trust of future generations and the days that have passed. The situation becomes the most important source of knowledge. Let the Muslim Ummah continue to generate purposeful tourists in the future as well as in its glorious past, Amen.

In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Almighty Allah has said in Surah Al-An’am verse 11 in the Holy Qur’an: “Tell them to walk in the land and see what was the end of the deniers.” This is as if it is a permission for a purposeful entertainment. In the blessed lives of the prophets too Travel is mentioned. Hazrat Adam (PBUH) traveled from heaven to earth, Prophet Noah’s ark was on a water voyage for a while, Hazrat Ibrahim (PBUH) traveled from Iraq to Palestine and then several times to the Holy Hijaz. The details of the journey of Prophet Moses (peace be upon him) have been narrated in detail in the Holy Quran and the life of Khatam-ul-Anbiya Mohsin Insanitat has been filled with many blessings under the title of conditions of migration and conquests. The journey from this world to this world is the last that is necessary for every soul. Every living nation that wants to maintain its existence in the world wants to be aware of the conditions of the world. Tourism has always been the lifeblood of living nations.

Ibn Battuta is a great Muslim traveler. His name is Ibn Battuta. He was born on February 13, 1304 in the small town of Nangir in Morocco. He also wrote a famous travelogue “Rahala”.He has narrated the story of a journey of 000 miles. He traveled in the form of caravans and sometimes alone. During this time he visited all the Islamic countries and also went to Smarta and some parts of China for tourism. Ibn Battuta is a scholar. 

He was the head of the family. His family belonged to the Qaza department. Most of the judges in the local area belonged to Ibn Batuta’s family. He also studied Islamic jurisprudence and Qaza in his childhood and early youth. At the age of 21, he started his journey by performing Hajj. During this time, he also learned from various Shafi’i jurists of Egypt, Syria and Hijaz and participated in the lectures of eminent scholars on this school of jurisprudence. Due to his efforts, he was well versed in the science of jurisprudence and jurisprudence and he was able to hold the important position of jurisprudence in any court.Due to his academic endeavors, he was well versed in the science of jurisprudence and jurisprudence and was able to hold an important position in any court.Due to his academic endeavors, he was well versed in the science of jurisprudence and jurisprudence and was able to hold an important position in any court.

He chose Egypt for the position of Qaza but arrived there, but the tourist nature was ready to travel to Kosiro and, seeking knowledge and trade as a means to achieve the goal, set out on a journey across the country and decided in principle not to repeat the same route. During this journey he met kings, governors, sultans and rulers. The stories of his long travels were not without interest for the people of this ruling class. In these meetings Ibn Battuta where his He would present the detailed situation in a very pleasant manner and would also arrange for Zadra for the next trip there. Remember that in those days newspapers and other sources of information that are available today were not available and the conditions of other worlds were known only through the mouths of such tourists, so whenever a tourist arrived, the people, the rulers and the people all Jim Ghafir used to gather around them and the word of mouth of the country and the situation of the village.

For a long time he traveled in Africa, the Arabian Desert, and Central Asia. During this time, he traveled extensively in deserts, rivers, and seas. According to his writings, he traveled from the Gobi Desert to Genghis Khan. He also stayed in Hijaz for three years but once again tourism prevailed. Now he heard that a ruler named Muhammad bin Tughlaq is in power in Delhi. This king’s knowledge and friendliness was very famous then Ibn Battuta He set out for Delhi and dared to go to the court of this king. This time he chose new routes and via Turkey he crossed the Russian territories from Samarkandubakhara to Afghanistan and then crossed the Hindu Kush to the river. He entered South Asia via Sindh. When he was entering the Indian subcontinent, according to him, it was September 12, 1333. According to one estimate, he made such a long journey of one year.Decided in a short time.

Ibn Batuta’s city had already reached here before his arrival in Delhi. Shah Muhammad ibn Tughlaq came out of Delhi to receive Ibn Batuta and took him by the hand. Many gifts and presents were presented. The king praised Ibn Batuta’s virtue. Due to his knowledge, he was offered the post of Qaza of Delhi on which Ibn Battuta continued to perform his official duties for years. Shah Muhammad ibn Tughlaq was at the same time very compassionate and very cruel in his temperament. Forgiving enemies and hanging friends on the cross. Ibn Battuta was very much afraid of his nature. Once when the king sent Ibn Battuta as his ambassador to the kingdom of China, on the way the robbers surrounded his caravan. The gifts were looted. 

Fearing Ibn Batuta Sultan, the Maldives was repaired and remained hidden there for two years, but during this time the position of Qaza remained in his saucer. Tourism in the Maldives, Bengal and Assam and its conditionsHe has also written in detail in his book. In these countries he was also involved in politics, got married in the royal family and also took part in wars. After a while, his interest in traveling to China stole him. They anchored at the port of Khartoum, where the local Muslim king helped them to travel to China by sea, and they also visited Beijing at that time. From there, they returned to Baghdad via Smarta, Malabar and the Persian Gulf Arrived. From Baghdad to Syria and then through Egypt. In 1348, he performed the last Hajj of his life for which he congratulated the journey to the Holy Hijaz.He returned to Baghdad via Smarta, Malabar, and the Persian Gulf. From Baghdad to Syria, and then through Egypt, he performed the last Hajj of his life in 1348. He congratulated the journey to the Holy Hijaz.He returned to Baghdad via Smarta, Malabar, and the Persian Gulf. From Baghdad to Syria, and then through Egypt, he performed the last Hajj of his life in 1348. He congratulated the journey to the Holy Hijaz.

But so far he had not seen two Muslim countries, so around 1350 he set out for Granada, the last city in Muslim Spain. After that he reformed West Sudan. During this time he spent a year in the African country of Mali. His writings are the most authoritative source of the African situation of the time. Old age was knocking on his doorstep and youth was leaving with its energies and strengths. Returning to his homeland Morocco, he began penning his memoirs at the king’s request and at the same time performing the duties of Qaza. In his last years he lost his sight and in 1368 this great tourist was called to death. He was buried in his native village. ۔

His book “Rahla” is the only book of its kind. The historical, cultural and political conditions of his time are described in great detail in this book. Ibn Battuta met 60 kings, many ministers and governors and about two thousand people. There were those who had a personal relationship with Ibn Battuta. These people belonged to the whole Islamic world. Asia, Africa and some parts of Europe were trampled under his feet and how many waves of seas and rivers saw Ibn Battuta. His book lacks geographical knowledge because he was probably a man of law and a mere hobby made him a tourist. His book does not even mention the search for a new land.

Mohsin Insaniyat used to choose one way or the other for his return. This is a lesson for the Ummah to expand the habit of observation. By traveling, the secrets of other worlds are revealed to man. Taste increases. A person who travels learns about the history and geography of nations. As a result, where there is psychological confidence, there is an increase in leadership abilities, and whenever a person reaches a collective decision, the world of the past. The mysteries and experiences of humanity are before him and he can guide his country, nation and people in the right way. Above all, the conditions that are recorded after the journey are the trust of future generations and the days that have passed. The situation becomes the most important source of knowledge. Let the Muslim Ummah continue to generate purposeful tourists in the future as well as in its glorious past, Amen.

 

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